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.
Elegant from every angle, this bathroom by design firm Taylor and Taylor is awash in bright neutral details. Glazed Thin Brick in Elk leads off on the shower walls, with sheeted 2” mosaic Hexagons in Daisy decorating the shower floor. Stepping out, grab a towel and take in handpainted Summit Tiles in White Motif that cap off this masterful bath.
The Brownstone Boys outdid themselves on this dapper bathroom. Dark Carbon Hexagon Tiles contrast against bright 6x6 Calcite squares, which pay homage to the history of their Brooklyn brownstone with refreshingly contemporary results.
Drenched in drama, our Tempest bathroom tiles look oh-so-tempting in entrepreneur Jaclyn Johnson's main bath. Designed by Ginny Macdonald.
A tiled shower niche ingeniously functions as a focal point for this glazed thin brick guest bathroom, designed by Claire Thomas of The Kitchy Kitchen. Thick bands of grout lend the space an architectural feel.
This modern bathroom's small triangles were the perfect way to add pattern and a little extra friction to its shower floor tile. Its matching shower niche ties it all together.
Colorblocked in shades of blue, this bathroom's glazed thin Brick tile wall lends an eye-catching contrast to its graphic floral wallpaper.
Our geometric Picket pattern makes for beautifully multifaceted grey shower tile and highlights Mists's handmade color variation.
Featuring our multifaceted Kite pattern, this geometric shower wall tile in blue, white, and grey makes for a playfully color-coordinated palette.
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.
A palette of neutrals in a trio of patterns seamlessly blend these white and grey bathroom tiles together.
This two-toned bathroom features grey-green and white subway tile. Contrasting grout adds textured definition to the white bathroom tile.