Tiles With Texture: Reimagining the Ordinary

Tiles are a necessary element of any kitchen or bathroom remodel. They don’t have to be straight, left-to-right boring white! Here are some subtle ways to make your tiling unique to your own style.

The use of layering the same white, high-gloss subway tiles from our project in Attleboro adds a subtle but interesting focal point using the same materials.

Our designers of this project in Chatham, MA paired multicolored slate-gradient tiles with a matching island and white cabinets, giving the kitchen immediate added layers.

Our designers used the Claridge pattern from Artistic Tile for this powder room remodel in Attleboro, MA. The interlocking swirl pattern paired with the gold-colored appliances gives the room a very regal feel. 

The Hex-Taro tiles from Red Rock Tileworks are inspired by the giant leaves of the taro plant, and are painted with watercolor on porcelain. The geometric tiles are bold and work well alongside a neutral palette, which lets them be the star of the show.