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.
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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.
Like pennies in a fountain, this bathroom floor will have you wishing for a remodel. 8” Hexagon Tile in satin Antique features varying hues of copper that bring warmth and rich color to this clean white bathroom with natural wood accents.
Soak in the colors of the desert in this dramatic bathroom designed by Anne Sage. Art Deco arches are brought into the contemporary era with Straight Set 1x6 Mosaic Tile in Sand Dune abutting handmade 6x12 Tile in Adobe with both colors echoed across the Hexagon Tile floor.
Step inside the Harding House and this charming traditional bathroom by Claire Thomas, full of timeless tilework. 4” Hexagon Tile in Antique fills the floor in varied browns while 4x4 Tile with Quarter Round Trim in leafy Rosemary finishes the tub surround with a built-in shampoo niche.
Designer and Photographer Elana Jadallah brings the outdoors in with an organic color palette inspired by the environment of her Downeast Maine home. Her stunning bathroom remodel features handmade Rosemary wall tiles for her spacious shower and beachy Sand Dune floor tiles.
Using our best-selling, reduced-priced tile from our Foundations Collection, this classic-inspired bathroom features handmade hexagon floor tiles and a baseboard tile border.