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.
With a style that’s distinctively Sara, this bathroom created by Sara Simon, the designer behind Handsome Salt, is at once retro, futuristic, and right on time. 3x12 Glass Tile in Rosy Finch Matte and Pheasant Gloss gives a tonal glow to the bathroom walls with clean 3x9 Tile in Limestone lining the floor.
This Portland homeowner tells a Pacific Northwest story in her contemporary bathroom with Glazed Thin Brick in contrasting Olympic and Elk rising to the timbers and mossy Eucalyptus Tile finishing off the shower floor.
Playing off her client's love for dark rooms with plenty of natural light, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel incorporated custom checkerboard mosaic floor tiles with a matching border for Vanessa Carlton's dormer bathroom in her Nashville home.
Content creator Claire Thomas does fresh cottage style best, playfully pairing up golden and white bathroom tiles to create an inviting, suite escape.
Breezy details and organic accents come together with checkered bathroom floor tiles in a softly subtle grey and white.
Creating thoughtful symmetry between the shower and the backsplash, these Slate Blue bathroom tiles are complemented with a White Wash floor tiles.
Built by mid-century architect William Krisel, this bold Palm Springs home designed by Danielle Nagel of Dazey LA amps up its retro roots with vibrant handmade floor tiles in orange and white. The best part? The Dazey Desert House is available to rent on AirBnB.
Non-slip bathroom floor tiles in our favorite Star-and-Cross pattern lead to a spacious walk-in shower, featuring a tiled shelf to keep essentials within arm's reach.
Inspired by the owner's whimsical vintage sconces, this bathroom by Nystrom Design features green subway shower tiles and an eye-catching 6" triangle tile blend.
Clad in handpainted half moon floor tile and a warm white backsplash, blogger Mallory Fletchall's charming galley kitchen carves out an open yet intimate space in her Brooklyn home.
By sticking to a clean palette of blue and white tile, design firm Banner Day Interiors plays with scale and pattern to create a satisfyingly seamless space.