Bathrooms are one of the most used spaces in a home. Ceramic tiles have been a favorite for bathrooms for thousands of years, not only for their functional use and easy to clean properties, but also for the sense of style and character they offer. Water, serenity, color, pattern and other themes play a part in bathroom design. Below are some great examples of what homeowners have done with our tile. Contact us if you have questions; we will help you achieve your dream bathroom.
Art Deco style is typically full of rich and contrasting colors. This bathroom showcases historic colors (Kiwi and Black) and sizes from the Mid-Century series by B & W Tiles. Using a running bond pattern, instead of a stacked design, makes this space more dynamic. The framed shower niche is a great addition to any bathroom space. Click here to read the homeowner's testimonal.
People tell us that installations using our handmade tile feel original to their home, or that they anchor their newer home into a distinct time and place. Handmade tile has an authenticity and character that adds value to your home and enhances the time you spend in it. Below are many examples of tiled back splashes featuring our tile, Enjoy.
Besides being the heart of the home, the fireplace is considered one of the home’s major interior architectural features and can set both the mood and the style of the room. Whether starting from scratch or modifying an existing fireplace, taking the time to learn about fireplaces, both past and present, will give you the guidance to determine what style will best fit your home and you.
We worked with a home's original accents and design elements in this fireplace restoration. The family loved their stainglass windows and wanted to emulate the glass's prairie flowers with our custom tile. Josh worked with Spaces into Places, Lynne Stryker and Clay Borne Tile to create this Arts & Crafts fireplace splendor.
Colors chosen: Pesto 4x6"
Hearth - Jade Moss and trim
Prairie Flowers - Truffle, Gingersnaps and Jade Moss
Mid-Century Modern design has two standard design signatures: monochromatic and "multi-mix" (patterns or colors) usually in rich, bold colors. The homeowners used our Aquila pattern to create a dynamic, muiltimix design for their kitchen. With no focal point, it allows the cook, and dinner guests, lots of prolific visuals to enjoy. The homeowners knew they would have lots of accessories in daily use (coffee makers, toaster ovens, spices and cookbooks) and needed a look that allowed them to see the tiles from anywhere in the kitchen.
Choosing a decorative tile to feature in a kitchen sets the stage for how you envision one of your home's most used spaces. We recommend choosing colors, patterns and designs you have always loved to ensure you will never tire of the features you choose. Tiles behind the stove should not only be durable but also beautiful, adding character to any kitchen. This image shows 2" x 8" tiles in our Northshore glaze, with Coco Moon liners. The mural features a beautifully hand-painted Stone Hollow Tile surrounded by 3" x 3" field tiles.
Photography by Sarah Whiting Photography
Deep color creates a very soothing atmosphere. This Blueberry subway shower from our historic Mid-Century tile series, with accents of our handmade 2" tiles en pointe, showcase how rich a space can be. This small bathroom was well thought out, adding to the functional needs of the shower with the incorporation of a niche and safety grab bar. The floor is made up of 2" unglazed porcelain hex tiles with random accents of blue throughout the space. Small accents can turn the ordinary into extraordinary!
Using deep captivating color in a bathroom will put a smile on your face every day. Variation in the glazes gives the eye lots of enjoyment. The field tile used was Robins Egg in 3" x 6" subway tiles. Josh created Cosmic Cloud Planets using circle cookie cutters to make the striking focal points. Placement of accent tiles are key to a successful design. The Cosmic Planets are positioned in areas that the homeowner can't miss: behind the sink, at eye level in the shower and scattered carefully to draw the eye around the bathroom, adding more fun to the space.
Installation by Hohn & Hohn Inc