This midcentury bathroom dreamed up by West Elm is right on trend. Modern 3x12 Ceramic Tile in chalk white Calcite decorates the uncluttered walls while a creative checkerboard floor of Glazed Thin Brick in Big Horn and Columbia Plateau meets the moment with unmatched style.
This bathroom looks on the pink side of life. With Glazed Thin Brick in soft pink Mojave cladding the shower surround and petite backsplash, 2x2 Sheeted Tile in Milky Way in the shower pan, and a cheerful terrazzo floor, this modern space designed by Rae Rockwell is a sunny spot to start or end your day in style.
SIN Ceramics is a maker of beautiful things, so it’s no surprise that their HQ is gasp-worthy. In the inviting kitchenette, a backsplash of our California-made Glazed Thin Brick in Elk is the perfect canvas to showcase their Brooklyn-made ceramics.
This Scandinavian-inspired rental home features sustainably made products from California makers Fireclay Tile and RAD Furniture throughout. A softly gridded backsplash of 3x3 Ceramic Tile in Daisy is complemented by Norman Brick in Saguaro laid in a double herringbone pattern across the floor of the kitchen, while the table and chairs by RAD keep the Scandi vibes going through the dining room.
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.
Lifestyle and fashion photographer María del Río tells her story of culture and heritage with this Oakland mid-century remodel. A kitchen floor of 8” Hexagons in Antique celebrates her Mexican birthplace while Glazed Thin Brick in turquoise San Gabriel highlights her childhood in Santa Fe. Combined, del Río writes a new chapter in California with her partner Jason, son Teotl, and dog Blue.