Cool neutrals in timeless patterns like hexagon bridge the gap between classic, Victorian-era design and modern-day elegance.
The Secret Garden may be a childhood classic, but this Story’s timeless colors can translate into even the most contemporary designs.
Take New Shape
Give the Story a fresh take with chic, design-forward patterns like Chaine Homme—we love it in this eclectic kitchen and paired with sage cabinetry.
Minty green glazes like Kiwi feature high color variation and crackled detail, lending it an antiqued and artisanal look.
Picket to Perfection
Emulating falling leaves, this mesmerizing take on our Picket Tile pattern in Sea Glass makes for a unexpectedly elegant kitchen backsplash.
Garden-inspired style gets a tropical twist with a sinuous Ogee Drop Tile floor in Sea Green, featured in Coastal Living’s 2016 showhouse.
Green Thumb Goals
Going green takes on a whole new meaning. Layering warm and cool undertones can create alluring dimension, echoing lush overgrowth and leafy foliage.
Spa Day, Garden Style
Spa day, anyone? Large 4x8 and 8x8 tiles in Limon and Sea Green envelope this bathroom, transforming it into an expansive and soothing escape.
Our Secret Garden palette has the power to transport, not only to the English Countryside but to dreamy haciendas like The Joshua Tree House.
Try It with Blue
Instead of green, you can use blue as a base to layer on greenery and lush accents to build up your garden style.
Pave the Way
Make way for a graphic take on hexagon. Our Hexite shape in Flagstone offers up a contemporary alternative to the classic pattern.
An almost-neutral glaze like Nautical in a timeless Hexagon pattern is the perfect foundation for swapping out ever-evolving decor and color palettes.
Keeping It Fresh
Megan Gilger of The Fresh Exchange expertly blends moody blue-green tones and modern patterns for her bathroom floor and shower tile.
This interior designer’s studio cottage kitchen defies convention with vibrant orange walls and a splash of our Ogee Drop Tile.
Want to double up on colors? Blue and green make a perfect match. Use similar tones like a light tint so that the two hues blend seamlessly together.
Subway Tile Steps Up
This colorful bathroom puts a fresh new spin on classic subway tile thanks to Kelp’s organic-inspired color variation.
Mister Jiu’s: Bar Tile
Parquet may have been around for a while, but this mesmerizing bar in Sea Green shows us that it’s a pattern that never gets old.
Cottage Goes Eclectic
Love cottage style? Mix in some mediterranean flair with a Star and Cross pattern in warm and earthy Vintage Leather.