Reviving her husband's 19th-century multi-story family home, Lonny Magazine's editorial director Angela Tafoya gives her open concept kitchen a modern Mediterranean twist with a custom Handpainted Palmera pattern using Carbon, Daisy, and Gypsum glazes.
A colorful gradient of red, yellow, gray, and white hexagon tile gives this eclectic bathroom an artistic edge.
Thanks to owners Nick Spain and Michael Bolognino, a stacked blue backsplash shows this 1850s Italianate mansion's kitchen some modern love.
The designers at OLA Austin meld black, yellow, blue, and white triangle tile into a striking abstract installation for their office bathroom.
With the help of interior designer Lynn K. Leonidas and our custom Color-It! Tool, Sunset Magazine Editor-in-Chief Irene Edwards transforms her 1878 Victorian kitchen into a storied retreat.
We can't get enough of this plaid-inspired tile floor, dreamed up by interior designer and self-proclaimed color enthusiast Jessica Lynn Williams.
Style by Emily Henderson designer Ginny Macdonald uses our subway tile in Blue Spruce to tie the elements of this colorful kitchen together.
Love Handpainted tile? This bright transitional kitchen is right on point when pairing Persian Star and Sintra in contrasting neutral palettes.
Builder: Carolina Classic Builders
Our Handpainted Tile in Diamond Contour beautifully demarcates this master bathroom's shower and backsplash. Its striking geometric design echoes the angles found in the herringbone marble flooring and artfully complements the bathroom's luxe surfaces.