House of Hamburger’s Lake Michigan cottage gets a taste of the desert with handmade tile from our Desert Collection. 2x2 Ceramic Mosaic Tile in Adobe punctuated by a border of Tusk adorns the floor as a pink trifecta of 1x6 Mosaic Sheeted Tile in Red Rock, Adobe, and Mesa surrounding the tub, with both surfaces accented by 1x6 in Tusk.
A hint of purple does the trick in this modern bathroom. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of Glazed Thin Brick in Sedona in the shower and 6” Hexagon Tile in Evening Glow across the floor to subtly infuse this space with the allure of a desert sunset.
Pink tile feels right at home in this Spanish Revival’s primary bathroom. Outlined with contrasting brown grout, 4x4 and 2x6 Ceramic Tile in champagne-pink Tumbleweed set the scene for a soothing shower, complete with built-in shower niche.
The Sill Founder Eliza Blank designed a pink tile bathroom with a modern edge in her barn-turned-retreat renovation, with plenty of room for indoor plants of course! The modern shower is perfectly pastel with two walls clad in 2x6 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed, while 2x6 and 4x8 Ceramic Tile in Tusk with a bullnose long edge trim provide warm coverage across the floor.
Come for the ornate sconces, but stay for the 3x3 checkerboard tile floor in Cardamom and Mist and a custom shower in matching 2x8 subway tiles. This Art Deco-inspired powder room designed by Claire Thomas for Harding House is truly one for the books.
Color blocked in a pair of neutral hues, this stacked tile tub surround adds a modern touch to a charming farmhouse-inspired bathroom.