This spacious kitchen calls for neutrals you’ll notice. 8x8 Tile in non-slip Steel 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.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
This two-toned bathroom features grey-green and white subway tile. Contrasting grout adds textured definition to the white bathroom tile.
Fireclay Tile's very own Senior Graphic Designer gives her craftsman kitchen a refreshed, lived-in look with a handmade 4x4 subway tile backsplash and a rustic hexagon tile floor.
Blending inspiration from the old and the new, this sunny subway tiled kitchen reflects the owner's love of color and playfully eclectic aesthetic.
Mirrored columns framed with white subway tile and black and white trim help to anchor Rochambeau's lively and eclectic-meets-old school style. Designed by Home Studios.
With six weeks to tackle the One Room Challenge, designer and photographer Erin Kestenbaum knew our 2x8 Tile in Shell would perfectly complement her Connecticut home's historical roots.
A lacy fretwork of stars outline our Handpainted Padma Tile, giving this spacious kitchen a graphic splash of pattern. French Linen subway tile grounds the space with a classic touch.
Our neutral Feldspar tile lends a balanced middle ground to this kitchen's contrasting color palette, beautifully curated by interior designer Kristen Peña.
Taking cues from coastal surroundings, design firm Bungalow 56 gives this condo kitchen a breezy update with a Sand Dune tile backsplash.