What can a little color bring to your bathroom remodel? 3x6 Subway Tile in minty Salton Sea freshens up this apartment bathroom with pops of color on the wainscoting, tub surround, and bathroom backsplash.
With no detail overlooked in Gray Malin's beach house overlooking Lake Michigan, standard Subway Tile just wouldn’t do for this remodeled bathroom. Instead, Designer Kate Lester went with 4x4 Tile in Daisy stacked against 3x6 Subway Tile in White Wash for a clever combination to make a simple white wall something to admire.
Like the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan outside photographer Gray Malin’s reinvented retreat, this bathroom floor is a study in the hues of blue. A custom Motif of our hand painted Grange Tile decorates the floor in a varying patchwork of Peacock, Navy Blue, Morning Thaw, Basalt, and Blue Velvet, with 2x6 Tile in Daisy coming in clean on the refinished bath.
Mom and maverick known to the internet as Oh Joy! gives her daughters a joyous place to start their day with handmade Glass Tile in Rosy Finch finished with a contrasting Carolina Wren niche detail.
Need an instant pick-me-up? Handmade ceramic tiles in a rainbow array of colors bring all the smiles to this cheery striped bathroom. Bonus? All colors are made from our Recycled Clay!
Interior designer Will Taylor, creator of Bright Bazaar, gives his beach house guest bath a getaway-worthy upgrade with white and blue bathroom tiles in an eclectically patterned blend.
Featuring a blend of 3x3's and 3x6's, this main bath's white bathroom tiles are a thoughtful alternative to classic subway tile.
Anchored by a neutral palette, this shower pairs grey subway tile with a splash of modern mosaic bathroom floor tiles in cool blue Glacier Bay.
Inspired by the owner's whimsical vintage sconces, this bathroom by Nystrom Design features green subway shower tiles and an eye-catching 6" triangle tile blend.
With no shortage of drama, Shavonda Gardner's scene-stealing bathroom sets the stage with gorgeous black subway tile and a herringbone floor.
Designing for her sons' bathroom, Aimee Lago of Hygge & West pairs traditional bathroom tiles like handmade tile trim with rich pops of color and playful accents.
Seedling's minty blue-green glaze adds just the right amount of pop to this classic-inspired bathroom designed by Banner Day Interiors.