Ready to get the party started? This basement lounge sure is! Cladding the full bar, handmade 3x9 Ceramic Tile in yellow Mustard Seed adds the perfect retro-tinged vibe to the modern and playful Long Island home.
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Any way you look at it, this kitchen backsplash is a work of art. Stripes of 4x4 Handpainted Signal Tile in Wood Motif from our Block Shop x Fireclay Tile collaboration provide a vibrant sense of motion complemented by 4x4 Ceramic Tile in warm white Tusk from our budget-friendly Foundations collection.
Vintage vibes with a fresh feel. 2x6 Tile in Mustard Seed gives this backsplash a buff shade of yellow to go with the retro aesthetic of this brightly lit kitchen.
Lifestyle and fashion photographer María del Río tells her story of culture and heritage with this Oakland mid-century remodel. A kitchen floor of 8” Hexagons in Antique celebrates her Mexican birthplace while Glazed Thin Brick in turquoise San Gabriel highlights her childhood in Santa Fe. Combined, del Río writes a new chapter in California with her partner Jason, son Teotl, and dog Blue.
Aker Interiors makes this compact kitchen pop! Taking cues from festive terrazzo countertops, 3x3 Mosaic Tiles stacked in Mandarin, Milky Way, Tuolumne Meadows, and Sorbet set a tone in this hip Los Angeles home that’s anything but boring.
Featuring kitchen tiles from our Desert Collection, Jaclyn Johnson's gorgeous, sun-kissed champagne backsplash offers a blushing backdrop that's perfect for entertaining.
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.
Coolly contrasting with warm wood cabinetry, a stacked tile backsplash in Gypsum helps this streamlined kitchen stay true to its midcentury roots.