Step inside a bathroom with color block done right– and bright! Hexite Tile in Flagstone adds geometric elegance across the floor, complete with matching Cove Base Trim, while the shower lends the room a burst of energy with 6x12 Ceramic Tile in Koi and Halite on the walls, 1x6 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in Koi in the shower pan, and a built-in niche trimmed with 1x6 Quarter Rounds in Halite.
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A balance of checkered and solid tile in an elegantly restrained colorway offers gorgeous contrast in this bathroom. Checkered 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Feldspar and Dolomite covers the floor and rises up the shower walls, meeting 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Tusk for an elevated and alluring look.
Our Place’s Melrose Avenue location in LA is infused with the cozy feeling of home thanks to artful installations of Fireclay Tile. Vignettes, arched niches, and terraced displays are clad with jewel-toned 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Ivory, Clover, Dusty Blue, Tumbleweed, and Adobe that complement the brand’s iconic cookware line.
With clean lines and classic colors, this bathroom encapsulates modern design style beautifully. 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Tempest highlighted by contrasting grout adorns the walls, complemented by a classic floor of 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Antique with matching 2x2 Sheeted Mosaic Tile in the shower pan.
Retro pink, but make it modern. This bathroom nods to the 1950s trend while keeping it firmly in the 21st century thanks to 2x6 Ceramic Tile in soft pink Dawn (including three built-in shower niches!) and plenty of black accents.
Subtly feminine and supremely sophisticated, this Before and After by Say Yes's Liz Stanley is a sight for sore eyes. An outdated shower insert and green carpet gets swapped for a tub surround of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in soft pink Adobe from our Desert Collection and a floor of 2x8 Ceramic in clean White Wash for a modern makeover that has us saying, well, "Yes!"