This eclectic, family-friendly kitchen makes waves. Island tile in the same vibrant hue divides the kitchen and dining areas.
Please note: We have reconfigured our Prussian Blue glaze and it is now called Boundary Waters. For a look like this, try Fluorite.
Wave bar tile in Frost echoes Lemon Press's chic, organic inspired interior while complementing luxe details sprinkled throughout the space.
Maximizing form and function, interior designer Julia Goodwin used our Wave Tile in Nautical to make over this petite San Francisco bathroom.
Going for classic, clean lines and comfort too, designer Tera Janelle hit all her marks (and more) with a fresh spin in her client's kitchen, with our Wave in Silver Haze.
To perfect the refreshed-meets-rustic look, textile and graphic designer Mili Suleman chose Celadon in Wave to tie her beautiful kitchen reonvation together.
A wall of Wave Tile in Naples Blue makes a surprising splash in this bright contemporary kitchen.
With the help of our color department, Stephanie Walker of Pennington Studios got just the right shade of gray she wanted for our red clay body Wave pattern.
Warm and welcoming, this kitchen's sunny Wave Tile backsplash beautifully stands out against sleek and modern cabinetry.
The Perennial's owners chose our elegant Wave pattern for the entryway, collaborating with our designers to develop a rustic custom color blend. Achieve a similar look with Antique. Read more.
Natural and neutral this contemporary kitchen creates subtle sophistication with our Wave shape in Sand Dune.
A hint of blue plus a playful pattern is all you need to wake up a neutral. Blue on its own can easily overwhelm a space, but when de-saturated, it becomes a classic, near-neutral that will feel modern, fresh and current.
Slender lantern-like contours gently ripple along our Wave silhouette. Arrange it horizontally for a softly swelling tidal effect, or vertically for an underwater feel.