This Portland homeowner tells a Pacific Northwest story in her contemporary bathroom with Glazed Thin Brick in contrasting Olympic and Elk rising to the timbers and mossy Eucalyptus Tile finishing off the shower floor.
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!
With a quick turnaround and a tight budget, Valeria Jacobs of the home decor shop Rebecca & Genevieve used our glazed thin Brick from our Quick Ship Collection to renovate her laundry room and guest bathroom.
Welcoming patrons to try its modern Texan cuisine, Billy Can Can's glazed thin Brick exterior frames the restaurant's Old West-inspired saloon.
A seamlessly merging classic and craftsman styles, these cool grey-blue fireplace tiles and trim capture the spirit of this revived home.
Accented with green, this black and white tile bathroom gets a bold pop of pattern with our 4" Triangle pattern and contrasting grout.
Fireclay Tile's very own Senior Graphic Designer gives her craftsman kitchen a refreshed, lived-in look with a handmade 4x4 subway tile backsplash and a rustic hexagon tile floor.
Anchored by our warm Sunflower yellow, a playful accent tile shower features triangles in a thoughtfully coordinated color blend that extends into the rest of the space.
Nestled inside California's tallest open-air observation deck, the OUE Skyspace cafe's mosaic tiles feature a colorblocked triangle pattern with leaf-like tendrils cascading down its walls.
Making room for a freestanding fireplace? This living room uses our dark grey and blue wave tile to carve out a cozy and multi-functional corner for its vintage-inspired hearth.
Bedecked from top to bottom, this lush bathroom's Evergreen Tile has us green with envy with its mesmerizing blend of hexagon tile floors, a herringbone shower, and an out-of-this-world tiled ceiling.
Anchored by an intricately designed behind-the-stove backsplash, this kitchen's blend of Handpainted and Star-and-Cross Tile serves up Spanish Colonial-inspired vibes.