Romantic cottage vibes abound in this ensuite bathroom thanks to a pink tile floor that features two different tile shapes. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Red Rock is bisected with a section of 3” Triangle Ceramic Tile in the same glaze color for a result that cleverly differentiates the walk-in shower and soaking tub zones in a downright delightful way.
This historic San Francisco Craftsman gets a contemporary upgrade with a kitchen Ceramic Tile and Glazed Thin Brick. A floor of 6" Hexagon Tiles in Antique carries the richness of the home's woodwork into the kitchen while the Glazed Thin Brick wall in White Mountains adds light tones to match the modern countertops and appliances.
Featuring an unforgettable archway framed in classic trim pieces, thoughtful details abound in this historic Tudor renovation designed by Lauren Bradshaw. The glossy warm-toned wall tile in Sand Dune is beautifully complimented by wood and marble finishes, along with our Glazed Thin Brick in Olympic on the floor.
Enjoy a little Art Deco on your dinner date at Saint Paul's new neighborhood spot Myrial Restaurant. Designed by Madelynn Furlong, this private bathroom features a rustic checkerboard floor of 8x8 Tile in Red Rock and Antique and wainscoting of Tumbleweed 2x8 Tile elegantly finished with cove base and quarter round trim.
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.
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.
Laid-back luxury defines this elevated yet inviting main bath, featuring cool blue-grey bathroom tiles paired with earthy thin brick floors.
This bathroom's clean-cut black and white palette lends two classic tile patterns, subway and hexagon, a contemporary perspective.
In this "jewel box" powder room, 2x4 Salton Sea subway tiles are cleverly paired with 6" Tusk Hexagons to create a spatial and optical illusion. The same 4x4 space that used to feel tight and odd, now feels wide, tall, airy, and invigorating.