Raise a glass to this knockout kitchen by Claire Thomas for the Harding House in Los Angeles. This stunning open-concept kitchen features an expansive backsplash of handpainted Alameda tiles in a custom colorway for a truly one-of-a-kind space to gather and celebrate. Bordered by Mini Star and Cross in Flagstone with 1x6 Flat Liner Trim.
Skillful grayscale covers this brightly lit bathroom by Taylor and Taylor. Radiant Daisy in 2” Sheeted Hexagon leads to the subdued 2x6 Shower Tile in glossy Mist, putting the finishing touches on this stunning full bathroom.
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.
Both welcoming and wear-resistant, these 4x4 Straight Set Tiles featured in Driftwood and Nickel were the perfect choice for common areas of this Los Angeles coworking space, Common Grounds.
Looking to create an at-home spa escape? Our green bathroom tiles soothe and inspire with their handmade color variation.
Anchored by our warm Sunflower yellow, a playful accent tile shower features triangles in a thoughtfully coordinated color blend that extends into the rest of the space.
Pairing the historic legacy of Encinitas, CA with contemporary design, this wonderfully inviting restaurant highlights its coastal cuisine with herringbone restaurant kitchen tile and a wall of warmly glazed thin brick.
Available in our budget-friendly Foundations Collection, our 2x6 Tile in French Linen maximizes style, square footage, and value in this chic NYC apartment kitchen.
Our Loch Ness Tile in a vertical Straight Set pattern strikes just the right balance between urban and artisanal in this beautifully moody master bathroom.
Looking for Loch Ness? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Loch Ness has been discontinued. Closest color match is Tempest on our Recycled Tile Body.
To expand and brighten their master bathroom, Samantha Wennerstrom of Could I Have That opted for floor-to-ceiling and geometric floor tile in a refreshing blend of white.
Could I Have That's Samantha Wennerstrom gives her daughter a playful bathroom she can also grow into using geometric floor tile in Blue Spruce paired with shower tile in the same timeless hue.
Looking for Blue Spruce? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Blue Spruce has been discontinued. Closest color match is Eucalyptus on our Recycled Tile Body.
Coolly contrasting with warm wood cabinetry, a stacked tile backsplash in Gypsum helps this streamlined kitchen stay true to its midcentury roots.