The vacation vibes start as soon as you walk through the breezeway at Austin’s Canopy by Hilton, with a dreamy blend of Glazed Thin Brick in Allegheny and Beartooth welcoming visitors ready to explore the city or simply soak in the skyline views from the hotel’s pool terrace.
Modern meets rustic in this gorgeous bathroom. Glazed Thin Brick in Green Mountains with Glazed Long Edge Trim clads the walk-in shower, with a coordinating row above the countertop creating a sweet, petite backsplash.
Talk about a bathroom glow-up! Jen Cambell of Green Wedding Shoes took this space from stale to swoon-worthy, with extra-long Norman Glazed Thin Brick in Joshua Tree showing off its delectable texture and stunning color variation across the backsplash.
Glazed Thin Brick brings character to this midcentury kitchen. Walls of brick in luminous white Lewis Range feature a classic offset pattern finished with a vertical straight-set border and expertly mitered corners, pairing perfectly with utilitarian Kerf cabinets and open shelves designed by Matt Herlocker.
Gourmet groceries and drinks deserve beautiful design, and Montreal’s boutique Super Condiments more than delivers. The counter clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau provides the perfect place to grab an aperitif in the upscale Outremont neighborhood.
Pink brick turns the page on this 1909 Craftsman kitchen. Hung in a modern straight set pattern, this backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in desert-inspired Saguaro is expertly matched with green cabinets, setting the scene for years of meals and memories to come.
This performing arts center in Buena Park, CA is a work of art itself. Glazed Thin Brick in Aleutian, Beartooth, Allegheny, Appalachian, Blue Ridge, and Lewis Range form a mesmerizing pattern of blues across the exterior that ripple like sound waves while providing a beautiful space for Buena Park Junior High’s growing theater, choir, and band programs.
Colors inspired by Michigan sunsets adorn Detroit Achievement Academy’s admin bathroom, with 6x6 Ceramic Tile in light pink Dawn across the floor and wainscoting of Glazed Thin Brick in lilac Badlands trimmed by a border of Sedona.
Enveloped in texture and color, this midcentury-inspired bathroom by Design Bitches is both carefully crafted and instantly comfortable. Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel shows off its beautiful variation across the shower and bathroom walls, while the alluring turquoise hue complements the copper soaking tub that invites you to sit back and soak it all in.
Beautifully approachable design reigns in this brick-filled midcentury home. The kitchen backsplash and sprawling turquoise floor, made of Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel, infuse an organic textural feel throughout the home while a centrally-placed fireplace clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills provides a modern focal point that begs you to sit down and enjoy the view.
With a color story inspired by Michigan sunsets, Detroit Achievement Academy clad their staff bathroom with Thin Glazed Brick in dusky Badlands accented by a border of Sedona along the top and 6” Hexagon Tile in light pink, non-slip Dawn on the floor to tie in the natural beauty of the local landscape.
Making it a priority to have bright and colorful spaces throughout the entire building, Detroit Achievement Academy used a cool blue combination of Norman Thin Glazed Brick in Great Smoky along the walls and 6x12 Ceramic Tile in slip-resistant Morning Thaw across the floors to infuse joy into the 4th and 5th grade bathrooms.
Every space in Detroit Achievement Academy is intended to feel calming and homey, and in the dedicated Mothers Room that intention rings true thanks to soothing wainscoting of Glazed Thin Brick in Arches and Sedona and a floor of 6x6 Ceramic Tile in whisper-pink Dawn.
Step into Bryce Dallas Howard’s kitchen and you’ll be tickled pink. Designer Claire Thomas knew a backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in Antelope Canyon would add the perfect glossy pop, appealing to both Bryce’s love of pink and her commitment to honoring the planet (1% of all Brick sales are donated to National Parks Conservation Association!).
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.
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.
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.