Pretty in pink, this bathroom showcases desert hues in a delectably fresh way. A 90-degree herringbone installation of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Mesa, Painted Sky, and Adobe across the walls adds dimension thanks to a confetti-inspired arrangement, while the floor of 6x12 Ceramic Tile in Halite balances out the room beautifully.
Orange tile is on point in this modern Craftsman kitchen. A backsplash featuring a 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Bryce Canyon adds a glossy pop of color that feels fresh yet right at home.
Handmade tile is the perfect backdrop to this restaurant bathroom's brassy Art Deco accents. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in glossy blush-colored Mesa makes for a memorable moment of rest at San Antonio seafood spot Up Scale located in a historic Streamline Moderne building.
If flat white describes your drink of choice and not your design style, you'll love this idyllic coffee shop. A bar of Block Shop x Fireclay Dot Dash Tile surrounded by Desert Collection Painted Sky and Red Rock wall and floor tile sets this space apart from cookie-cutter coffee spots with a look as good as its grounds.
We're sold on these stripes! A backsplash of 3x12 Glass Tile in Barn Swallow Matte and Dove Matte gives this bathroom a nautical design pop while Large Star and Cross Ceramic Tile in Navy Blue decorate the floor in a matching motif.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
Our handmade mosaic tiles cover nearly 25,000 square feet of LaGuardia Airport's newly renovated Terminal B. Designed by critically acclaimed painter Laura Owens, this monumental ceramic tile mosaic, titled I 🍕NY, features 80 iconic references that capture the spirit of NYC, including the Apollo Theater, the Stonewall Inn, a MetroCard, and of course, pizza.
Laura Owens, I 🍕NY, 2020
Handmade glazed ceramic tiles & grout.
Commissioned by LaGuardia Gateway Partners in partnership with Public Art Fund for LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B.
All images courtesy of the artist; Sadie Coles HQ, London; and Galerie Gisela Capitan, Cologne.