Stop in for plant-based desserts with a side of beautiful design at Portland-based Kate’s Ice Cream shop, featuring a supersweet ice cream bar clad with 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed, Desert Bloom, and (fittingly) Sorbet.
It’s all about elevated neutrals in this serene restaurant bathroom at Austin eatery Paperboy. 3x3 Ceramic Tile in glossy Sand Dune is beautifully complemented by the natural light of a skylight that allows the high variation of Sand Dune to shine.
If flat white describes your drink of choice and not your design style, you'll love this idyllic coffee shop. A bar of Block Shop x Fireclay Dot Dash Tile surrounded by Desert Collection Painted Sky and Red Rock wall and floor tile sets this space apart from cookie-cutter coffee spots with a look as good as its grounds.
Enjoy a little Art Deco on your dinner date at Saint Paul's new neighborhood spot Myriel 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.
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.
Thatch Miami offers sunny inspiration for restaurant kitchen tile. Arranged in an earthy ombre pattern, square 4 inch tile warmly highlights Thatch's hostess counter and bar.