Shower yourself in the rosy glow of Adobe. 4x4 Ceramic Tile in the glossy desert-inspired glaze covers the walls, ceiling, and built-in niche of this modern curbless shower, creating a space that’s both refined and refreshing.
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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.
Featuring an unforgettable archway framed in classic Round Liner Medium 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.
Take a deep breath in this bathroom with Subway Tile that’s got nothing to do with rush hour. 3x6 Tile in calming Rosemary with contrasting grout casts a jade hue across the surround of the built-in bathtub, complete with a niche for self-care essentials.
This dapper bathroom is a tale of two moods. The classic offset 3x6 Subway Tile in White Wash gives way to mermaid-inspired fish scale Ogee Drop Tile in tonal Halite, White Wash, and Tusk for a splash of character and an unforgettable accent.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
Featuring our best-selling, reduced-priced tile from our Foundations Collection, this bathroom's light grey shower tile is fresh and timeless.
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.