12 lovely looks.
Three-dimensional Oval tiles take center stage in this textural kitchen.
Lotus Bleu packed plenty of personality into a diminutive master bathroom with fanciful wallpaper, glossy mosaic tile and unexpected accessories.
In it’s raw state, cold-tolled steel is an unusual decorative element. It’s often buried under paint or laquer. In this living room, however, it provides a regal backdrop in the form of custom-designed unfinished tiles.
The soft combination of green-hues tiles help emphasize the lovely view in this bathroom
Although the functionality is there, it’s made to look like a nightclub.
By using a vertical pattern of Heath tiles in the same color family, this bathroom becomes lively, but not overwhelming.
They instilled a retro beachy vibe into this kitchen by using brown, gray and mustard-yellow Heath tiles and a low bar set with rattan stools covered in bright floral fabric.
Pump Up the Volume
A kitchen painted entirely in Benjamin Moore’s “Wrought Iron” is given a dose of light thanks to reflective tiles used along the backsplash.
This kitchen is a blend of old and new: The enormous central island is illuminated with backlit Panelite while classic subway tiles lend the space a retro feel.
A Blue Note
They take center stage in the room’s design.
Blended traditional nickel-plated fixtures and modern glass tile for a look that’s completely of the moment.
The kitchen is given subtle interest thanks to the curving shape of this tile.