Design Showcase

Bathroom Tile Design

The newest trend in modern design is using 12 x 24 tile with clean crisp lines. This is glass tile used as bold-colored accents and then set in a brick pattern in order to add character to the design.

Kitchen Backsplash Design

Glass tile mosaics come in a variety of patterns. Shown here is a 5/8 x 5/8 stone and glass mosaic. Glass and stone mosaics can be installed as an overall design component or they can be used as accents with a more neutral tile.

Kitchen Tile Design

Natural stone will always be a wise investment. Homeowners now have more choices than ever in patterns and textures in traditional stones. More exotic stone is being imported every year and we’re also seeing new stone enter the market all the time. This back splash is a great example of natural stone adding a flourish of style to a more traditional kitchen.

Bathroom Tile Design

This tile combination uses modern elements like reflective glass with a more rustic, tumbled stone to provide an elegant look. Added chair rails and pencil liners create depth and texture to the shower design, which incorporates 3 x 6 tumbled stone in a brick setting with 1×1 glass tile set straight, causing a juxtaposition of styles that makes it more aesthetically pleasing.


This back splash features 1×2 mosaic split-face travertine. It creates a highly textured look, adding a rustic flair to any modern kitchen design.

Living Space

This living room features 20×20 porcelain tile, placed on a diagonal. This particular style mimics the look of a Terra Cotta natural stone floor. Porcelain tile achieves the look of natural stone, but tends to be a less expensive, lower maintenance option.


This shower design consists of handmade 3×6 Italian porcelain tiles laid in a Herringbone pattern. Below that, see the design accented with a yellow onyx mosaic band.