Rounding out their bathroom renovation feature in Darling Magazine, Sarah Dubbeldam and her husband outfitted their shower with a contemporary Hexite pattern in Halite with deep Caspian Sea Hexagon Tiles that appear to spill out of the shower and across the bathroom floor.
Designer and Photographer Elana Jadallah brings the outdoors in with an organic color palette inspired by the environment of her Downeast Maine home. Her stunning bathroom remodel features handmade Rosemary wall tiles for her spacious shower and beachy Sand Dune floor tiles.
Our 6” hexagon wall tiles come together with an asymmetrical ombre pattern and raw edge to create a fun and futuristic kitchen backsplash that celebrates this client’s clean aesthetic and bold originality.
Mom and Designer Amanda Walker uses three colors from our new Desert Collection to create an artistic ombre floor design that mimics the light in her adorable sunroom.
A bright matte blue glaze makes these patterned bathroom floor tiles pop!
Featuring our commercial grade tile in City Lights, this colorful office tile backsplash invites Detroit Prep teachers to recharge and prepare for their next class.
Detroit Prep's artfully retro style extends into the bathroom, where our Non-Slip bathroom tiles colorfully welcome students on break and between classes.
Telegraphing warm and inviting retro vibes, this ADA-compliant bathroom strikes just the right balance between form and function thanks to our Non Slip Tiles.
Paired with a bright orange stove and hood, this kitchen's patterned kitchen tiles in a cool blue glaze feel akin to a tropical retreat.
Making the most of a small space, this soothing green hexagon tile bathroom seamlessly transitions between the floor and the shower for spa-inspired appeal.
Highlighting our signature handmade color variation, this blue hexagon tile backsplash adds cool coastal flair to a modern kitchen.
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.