A sunny Star and Cross tile backsplash brightens up this modern kitchen. Glossy yellow Tuolumne Meadows' noticeable color variation impresses on the Mini Star and Cross pattern (with equally impressive install work around the existing stone).
In LA’s trendy Silver Lake neighborhood, Erewhon Market’s Cafe provides delicious organic food while cocooned in the earthy glow of Glazed Thin Brick in Sierra Nevada with custom matching 6x6 Cove Base Trim (for a similar look, try Cardamom).
This kitchen will leave you starstruck. On their HGTV show Renovation Goldmine, Meg and Joe Piercy of MegMade designed a kitchen that fit its family’s personality thanks to a show-stealing backsplash of Large Star & Cross Tile in Evergreen outlined in contrasting grout.
This contemporary kitchen proves you don’t need a big backsplash to make a big impression. Glazed Thin Brick in Lewis Range infuses the perfect dose of texture into this charming space, creating an eye-catching organic focal point with only 4 rows of brick.
We’ve got heart eyes for this hearth. Framed by an offset pattern of coordinating 2x8 Ceramic Tile, 6” Hexagon Tile in satiny green Flagstone provides the perfect perch for the woodstove in this cozy Michigan home.
When Jennifer and Chris bought their Packwood Mountain House near Mount Rainier, it was missing a critical cabin component: a fireplace! One DIY renovation later, their new wood stove crackles merrily atop a coordinating hearth pad made of Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills.
It’s impossible not to be charmed by Elana Loo’s renovated kitchen. From the sage green cabinets to the reclaimed wood shelving, every detail is inviting–but our favorite is the textured backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in glossy white Olympic that brightens up the space with a rustic touch.
The Joshua Tree House took this homestead cabin from dreary to dreamy with the help of handmade hexagons. Across the floor, 8” Ceramic Hexagon Tile in Tumbleweed subtly echoes the look of the original stone fireplace while providing a cool base to walk on in the desert heat.
Nobody does modern desert style better than The Joshua Tree House. Case in point: their Tucson studio, where Glazed Thin Brick in desert-neutral Mojave is laid in a herringbone pattern to create a floor that’s beautiful from every angle.
A thoughtfully designed woodland getaway? Sign us up. The Vermont A-Frame created a modern rustic focal point in the full bathroom with a shower surround of Glazed Thin Brick in evergreen Cascade, mimicking the Green Mountain National Forest outside the A-Frame’s doors.
Farmhouse meets traditional in this stunning kitchen by Emily Starr Alfano. Adding a rustic touch, the backsplash of Glazed Thin Brick in grey-green Elk looks deliciously dreamy paired with creamy ivory cabinets and a black granite countertop.
Glazed Thin Brick in light grey Klamath creates an understated backsplash that perfectly complements this well-appointed bathroom vanity. Even better? We donate 1% of all Brick sales to National Parks Conservation Association, so you can feel as good as your Brick installations look.
Colors inspired by Michigan sunsets adorn Detroit Achievement Academy’s admin bathroom, with 6x6 Ceramic Tile in light pink Dawn across the floor and wainscoting of Glazed Thin Brick in lilac Badlands trimmed by a border of Sedona.
SIN Ceramics is a maker of beautiful things, so it’s no surprise that their HQ is gasp-worthy. In the inviting kitchenette, a backsplash of our California-made Glazed Thin Brick in Elk is the perfect canvas to showcase their Brooklyn-made ceramics.
The perfect perch for an inviting soaking tub, this primary bathroom floor designed by the Brownstone Boys features an eye-catching blend of 2x6, 3x6, and 6x6 Ceramic Field Tile in earthy Clover that gives bathtime a beautiful view in every direction.
Enveloped in texture and color, this midcentury-inspired bathroom by Design Bitches is both carefully crafted and instantly comfortable. Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel shows off its beautiful variation across the shower and bathroom walls, while the alluring turquoise hue complements the copper soaking tub that invites you to sit back and soak it all in.
Designed with an eye for detail, this contemporary bathroom is rich with timeless elements. Mini Star and Cross Tile in Antique covers the sunlit floor with a light-colored grout to accentuate the shapes and varying shades of brown.
Beautifully approachable design reigns in this brick-filled midcentury home. The kitchen backsplash and sprawling turquoise floor, made of Glazed Thin Brick in San Gabriel, infuse an organic textural feel throughout the home while a centrally-placed fireplace clad with Glazed Thin Brick in Black Hills provides a modern focal point that begs you to sit down and enjoy the view.