It’s all about the details in this Miami bathroom. 2x6 Tile in petrol blue Caribbean features a high contrast grout to accentuate the brick pattern as well as long and short edge trim, while elegant Spanish-inspired Paseo Tile in Calcite turns a simple white floor into something spectacular.
Clean 2x8 White Wash Tiles play a strong supporting role for this walk-in shower featuring handmade Paseo Tiles in soft green Kelp that steal the show in this spacious Joshua Tree bathroom.
A stripe of orange-red patterned kitchen tiles add a joyous jolt of color to this playfully eclectic kitchen.
With food blogger and chef Kaity Farrell's eclectic curation of accents, appliances, and serveware on display, her airy Nantucket kitchen's main feature is a dreamy Aegean Sea backsplash in our sinuous Paseo pattern.
Inspired by their mother's favorite color, sisters Justina and Faith Blakeney took their parent's kitchen to new heights with a show stopping Mediterranean-inspired backsplash in Sea Foam.
Looking for Sea Foam? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Sea Foam has been discontinued. Closest color match is Amalfi Coast on our Recycled Tile Body.
Highlighted by gray grout, our handmade Paseo Tile lends a playful perspective to this bright, open, and family-friendly kitchen.
Designed by Sara and Rich Combs of The Joshua Tree House, a dreamy entryway lined with Paseo floor tile transports members of wellness studio The Assembly to an om-filled space.
Paseo Tile in our vibrant Azurine glaze adds a splash of cool color to this industrial-inspired San Francisco cafe.
Looking for Azurine? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Azurine has been discontinued. Closest color match is Naples Blue on our Recycled Clay Body.
Suggesting hints of industrial style, this Clean & Contemporary San Francisco Kitchen designed by EAG Studio gets a bohemian touch with our Paseo tile.
We've gotton in touch with Moroccan style's softer side. Simple, sophisticated, and refined, our Moroccan shapes pair beautifully with soft and subtle neutral hues without losing their exotic flavor.
A sophisticated midcentury modern aesthetic defines this San Antonio kitchen imagined by DeWitt Architects. Defined by sleek lines and rich cabinetry, our Paseo tile in Spruce infuses organic appeal.
Simple, sophisticated and refined, Moroccan shapes in neutral hues can still add a splash of exotic flavor without going out of style.