Our Glazed Thin Brick does it again, instilling the perfect amount of texture to Jessica Davis’s midcentury modern home. Just two rows of Norman Brick in charcoal Absaroka grounds the kitchenette with rustic elegance.
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More zen, please. We love how the warm tones of this modern kitchen’s wood beams and floor play against the textural backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in sky-blue Allegheny to create an invitingly organic environment.
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.
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.
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.
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!).
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.
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.
To show off their pre-assembled cabinets, the BOXI team featured our Glazed Thin Brick in white Lewis Range and Glass Tile in soft pink Rosy Finch Matte on twin backsplashes in their New York showroom.
Combining our textured Glazed Thin Brick in three colors with a tight grout space lends this commercial office kitchen backsplash a modern, zellige tile look.
Clad in our White Mountains Glazed Thin Brick, this classic kitchen is a perfect illustration of Lauren Bradshaw's modern meets historic design style.
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.
This outdoor hardscape is hard to beat. Glazed Thin Brick in Bitterroot makes for a bold backsplash surrounding a striking Argentine grill and cement counters. With a backyard BBQ like this, you might forget there’s a kitchen inside!
This spacious kitchen calls for neutrals you’ll notice. 8x8 Tile in matte Magnetite covers the floors to contrast the bright whites, while a backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in sandy Elk, finished with long and short Glazed Edge Trim, warms the palette with an organic texture against the smooth marble and contemporary cabinets.
Playing with heavy contrast and our Black Hills Brick (ships quick!), this backsplash by designer Nichole Roe commands attention in its clean contemporary kitchen setting.
Designed by Claire Thomas, this thoughtfully appointed kitchen's main feature is its organic-inspired thin brick backsplash with subtle green undertones.
Highlighting its farm-to-table fare, Mercury Inn's black thin Brick kitchen backsplash goes hand-in-hand with the bed and breakfast's focus on sustainability.
A trio of tile patterns beautifully inhabit this great room. An island clad with handmade hex tile is complemented by white kitchen tile, while fireplace tiles in our right and left Scalene Triangles anchor the living room.