This pet-friendly apartment community comes complete with beautiful common areas lined with handmade Tile. Our Navy Tiles make a statement in the main lounge area, while custom tile carves out the perfect "hole in the wall spot" for residents working from home or simply enjoying the view (Closest color match: Sea Glass).
Setting the stage for their iconic bakes and more, an expansive backsplash of triangle tiles and white brick welcome patrons of the bustling Tartine Manufactory.
Highlighting its farm-to-table fare, Mercury Inn's black thin Brick kitchen backsplash goes hand-in-hand with the bed and breakfast's focus on sustainability.
Featuring picks from our best-selling, reduced-priced handmade ceramic tiles, this Los Angeles clubhouse bathroom gives members a space to relax and refresh.
This bathroom's boldly saturated green ceiling both complements and contrasts with our Rosemary glaze's handmade crackled texture and color variation.
A ceiling painted in deep mauve brings out our Mushroom Tile's earthy pink undertones. Its high color variation is all the more eye-catching next to the neighboring bathroom's cool Oyster Shell Tile.
Looking for Mushroom? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Mushroom has been discontinued. For a look like this, try Painted Sky on our Recycled Tile Body.
Oyster Shell's green undertones are accentuated by this bathroom's teal ceiling. It also offers up a cool contrast to the neighboring bathroom lined in earthy Mushroom Tile.
Looking for Mushroom? In an effort towards Zero Waste manufacturing, Mushroom has been discontinued. Closest color match is Alpaca on our Recycled Tile Body.
Thoughtfully layered textures like light wood finishes and rustic glazed thin Brick lend this Palo Alto coffee shop an earthy yet ever-so-airy atmosphere.
Farm-to-table restaurant Dot x Ott keeps their space as fresh as their fare with a floor-to-ceiling White Mountains Brick wall.
Balancing out the aesthetic of the new creative studio Light Lab, designer Sarah Sherman Samuel used our white Triangle tiles around the kitchen island to add the pattern it needed to make it pop.