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.
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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.
Talk about a powder room with personality! The wainscot pops under a splash of blue wallpaper thanks to interlocking Chaine Homme Tile in melon pink Desert Bloom topped off with matching 1x6 Flat Liner Trim, while an 8” Hexagon Tile Floor in White Wash balances out the bright walls.
The world–or in this case, your bathroom–is your oyster with our lustrous Pearl glaze from our budget-friendly Essentials line. Quick-shipping 3x9 Ceramic Tile in Pearl shines on the walls of this modern bathroom, with 6” Hexagon Tile in Flagstone providing a beautiful contrast across the floor for a luxurious look.
Our Handpainted Dot Dash Tile plays well with our standard Field Tile. Not only is Dot Dash capable of dozens of configurations on its own, but paired with a solid field tile, like this backsplash combining Dot Dash's Plein Aire Motif with 6x6 Tile in White Wash from our budget-friendly Foundations Collection makes the design options truly endless (but we wouldn't blame you for recreating this one down to the tile!).
You'll be seeing stars when you walk into comedian and actress Lauren Lapkus' kitchen. A backsplash of Mini Star and Cross Tile in Magnolia and 8" Hexagon Tile in Antique across the floor provides the perfect palette for this warm and welcoming Hollywood home.
This historic San Francisco Craftsman gets a contemporary upgrade with a kitchen Ceramic Tile and Glazed Thin Brick. A floor of 6" Hexagon Tiles in Antique carries the richness of the home's woodwork into the kitchen while the Glazed Thin Brick wall in White Mountains adds light tones to match the modern countertops and appliances.
Skillful grayscale covers this brightly lit bathroom by Taylor and Taylor. Radiant Daisy in 2” Sheeted Hexagon leads to the subdued 2x6 Shower Tile in glossy Mist, putting the finishing touches on this stunning full bathroom.
Our 6” hexagon wall tiles come together with an asymmetrical ombre pattern and raw edge to create a fun and futuristic kitchen backsplash that celebrates this client’s clean aesthetic and bold originality.
Our handmade tile trim adds architectural distinction to this classic-inspired bath, featuring green bathroom tiles in a timeless subway pattern.
A palette of neutrals in a trio of patterns seamlessly blend these white and grey bathroom tiles together.
Fireclay Tile's very own Senior Graphic Designer gives her craftsman kitchen a refreshed, lived-in look with a handmade 4x4 subway tile backsplash and a rustic hexagon tile floor.
A trio of tile patterns beautifully inhabit this great room. An island clad with handmade hex tile is complemented by white kitchen tile, while fireplace tiles in our right and left Scalene Triangles anchor the living room.
Classic details and eclectic touches are brought together seamlessly thanks to this kitchen's counter-to-ceiling white hexagon backsplash and Woodharbor custom cabinetry.
Samantha Wennerstrom of Could I Have That opted for minimalist details like all white tile and a sleek gray vanity to enhance her guest suite's natural lighting.
To expand and brighten their master bathroom, Samantha Wennerstrom of Could I Have That opted for floor-to-ceiling and geometric floor tile in a refreshing blend of white.
A colorful gradient of red, yellow, gray, and white hexagon tile gives this eclectic bathroom an artistic edge.