With a clear vision and pink-and-green color palette, Bryce Dallas Howard created a deeply meaningful home for herself and her family. Keeping the exterior on the green side of Bryce’s chosen palette, designer Claire Thomas clad Bryce’s home with extra-long Norman Glazed Thin Brick in soothing Ozark that exudes easygoing California vibes, especially in this peaceful patio.
Known for her role in Jurassic World, it’s no wonder Bryce Dallas Howard’s primary bathroom is cretaceous-chic. Designer Claire Thomas used Glazed Thin Brick in pink Saguaro to achieve an organic watercolor effect, which is beautifully paired with a luxe green soaking tub to stay true to the pink-and-green color scheme found throughout Bryce’s home.
On her blog The Effortless Chic, former Hollywood Stylist Jen Pinkston shares her everyday style and interior design projects–like this stunning black fireplace. Jen gave the fireplace a dark modern edge using Glazed Thin Brick in Bitterroot, which delivers high drama paired with a lush teal wall.
Makeover specialist Bobby Berk along with vacation interiors expert, Paula Oblen took this bathroom from meh to memorable with a showstopping combination of black brick and tile. Wainscoting of Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills throughout the room contrasts beautifully with textured white walls, while the shower features walls fully clad in Black Hills Brick with a complementing pan of 4” Ceramic Hexagon Tile in Basalt.
Shavonda Gardner created the cottage bungalow kitchen of her dreams (and ours!) with exposed brick throughout. The showstopping floor is made from Glazed Thin Brick in Adirondack laid in a classic parquet pattern, while the backsplash of straight-set Glazed Thin Brick in Sierra Nevada balances out the space with a subtle contemporary touch.
It’s all about the clean lines in this modern kitchen. A straight-set installation of Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau creates an eye-catching backsplash with a subtly rustic appeal.
Nothing says contemporary luxury quite like a statement fireplace. In this open living space, two complementing colors of Glazed Thin Brick, Brooks and Rocky Mountains, blend together in one hip hearth.
Pattern play with contrasting colors helped tie two distinct design styles together on the HGTV show Mash-Up Our Home. Designers Kele Dobrinski and Christina Valencia used Glazed Thin Brick in White Mountains and Columbia Plateau on the kitchen backsplash to marry the Mission and Tudor styles, for a uniquely inviting result.
Thin brick, high impact. This kitchen gets a textural makeover courtesy of designer Kim Wolfe, host of HGTV’s ‘Why The Heck Did I Buy This House?’, who grounded the airy space of her recently revived 1929 home with an earthy-pink backsplash made from Glazed Thin Brick in Zion.
Beautiful from every angle, the mid-century fireplace is an eye-catching focal point in this Los Angeles home respectfully renovated by designer Claire Thomas. Glazed Thin Brick in glossy Columbia Plateau pays homage to the post-and-beam treehouse’s 1959 roots with a timeless stacked tile installation that exudes minimalist magnificence throughout the open concept house.
Designer Camille Lai made magic happen with this galley kitchen transformation. Out went the bulky cabinetry, in came open shelves and walls clad with Glazed Thin Brick in glossy white Lewis Range to create a bright and open space with no shortage of visual interest.
Find your zen in this light-filled bathroom. The spa-like backsplash of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in matte Eucalyptus combined with Glazed Thin Brick in blue-green San Gabriel across the floor creates a two-toned color story that takes this space to another level of serenity.