The Forge House knows how to lay the foundation for a beautiful bathroom: handmade tile. Coolly contrasting the original stonework and wood beams, 3x12 Ceramic Tile in Rosemary adds visual interest across the floor and shower curb with 2” Hexagons in Daisy in the shower pan (both left over from another project in the 1830s estate!).
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Step inside a bathroom that exudes elegance in every detail. Vertically stacked 2x6 Ceramic Tile in blue-green Tempest gracefully wraps around the backsplash, shower walls and niches with matching 2" Hexagon Tile in the shower pan complemented by a floor of 8” Hexagons in Salt Creek Satin.
This historic hotel needed tile that emulated the original lobby floor, and found exactly what they were looking for thanks to the Fireclay Gives initiative. A blend of 4” Hexagon Tile in Pyrite, Basalt, and Sunflower bordered by 4x4 Ceramic Tile in Clover welcomes Portland’s vulnerable residents into new, thoughtfully designed affordable housing.
Detroit Achievement Academy’s school building is joyful, bright, and filled with memories–and handmade tile. This sweet bathroom is adorned with walls of 3x9 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed and a playful 6” Hexagon Tile in Tumbleweed & Sorbet floor.
A backsplash of Ogee Drop Tile in Magnolia and Handpainted River Rock Tile in Neutral motif on the island radiate flowing lines and soothing energy throughout this kitchen. And don’t miss the 6” Hexagon Tile in Antique on the floor leading out of the space!
Handmade tile took this bathroom from tired to top-tier. From the use of classic 2” and 8” Hexagon Tile in Tusk across the floor and shower pan to the soothing 3x9 Ceramic Tile in soft mint Sea Glass on the walls, the transformed space exudes modern tranquility.
An eclectic backsplash brought this 1970s kitchen into modern times. Design firm Destination Eichler used a cascading blend of 4” Hexagon Tile in Feldspar, Cardamom, and Blue Velvet to put a fresh spin on the retro character of the home.
Step inside a midcentury dream that's all white and green. From the geometric backsplash adorned with Scalene Triangle in Palm Tree to the 4” Hexagon Tile floor in Tusk dotted with Palm Tree to the shower covered in matching 3x6 Subway Tile (complete with Bullnose Trim around the built-in niche!), this adorable bathroom boasts attention to detail in every corner.
The bar at Chicago’s historic Studebaker exudes sophistication in Hunter Green. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of 4” Hexagon and 2x8 Ceramic Tile in this opulent matte glaze across the bar front and arched alcove to nod to the theater’s 19th-century roots while bringing it firmly into the modern age.
If you could bottle the sun at golden hour, it would probably feel like David Quarles IV’s kitchen. Drenched in natural light, every detail comes together flawlessly from the counter-to-ceiling 2x6 Ceramic Tile in flora-forward Palm Tree complementing the walnut shelves to a floor of 8” Hexagons in Sunflower playing beautifully with the wallpaper David designed himself.
Check out the elegant color variation on this dusty mauve bathroom in Ariel Gordon Jewelry's Berkeley office, juxtaposed by the floor in beautiful Blue Velvet Mosaic Hexagon tiles.
With crisp lines and a classic color combination, this bathroom leaves a lasting impression. Walls of Hexite Tile in Calcite and Aegean Sea, grout lines perfectly aligned as the color changes, are matched by mosaic 3” Hexagon Tile on the floor. 3x12 and 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Calcite with long glazed edge round out the space–and don’t miss that beautiful shower niche!
Sometimes chasing rainbows works out. This bathroom went from bland to bright thanks to an installation of 8” Hexagon Tile in Lichen, Desert Bloom, Turquoise, Daffodil, Lemon Cream, Ember, and Koi along the floor with coordinating 3x6 Ceramic Subway Tile in Lichen and Desert Bloom in the shower and built-in niche.
Both pretty in pink and dapper in green, this bathroom Drew Scott designed for the Property Brothers’ show Brother vs Brother on Discovery+ has a one-of-a-kind vintage atmosphere thanks to walls and a shower curb of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Tumbleweed paired with 4” Hexagon Tile in Hunter Green along the floor.
This bathroom vanity hits the right notes of classic and modern thanks to its floor-to-ceiling backsplash of 2” Mosaic Hexagon Tile in matte Dusty Blue, outlined contrasting white grout for a truly timeless look.
Anita Yokota transformed this primary bathroom into a serene space thanks to a timeless blue and white color combination. Norman Glazed Thin Brick in soothing blue Great Smoky clads the shower walls, wainscoting around the soaking tub, and built-in niches, complemented by classic 6” Hexagon Tile across the floor with matching 3” Hexagons in the shower pan.
In the heart of Napa Valley, Hoopes Vineyard’s luxurious guest house is filled with design as good as its premium wine–like this bathroom! 3x12 Ceramic Tile in lilac Evening Glow clads the walls in an attractive herringbone pattern, complete with coordinating 2” Sheeted Mosaic Hexagon Tile across the floor.
This kitchen is black and white and hex all over thanks to a beautiful backsplash of handmade 4” Hexagon Tile in matte black Basalt outlined in contrasting white grout.