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These Bouroullec-designed tiles are strikingly different and can create various modern combinations depending on how they're used.
Falken Reynolds Interiors designed a new window display for a Vancouver design shop using a tile you might just recognize.
A tile lets you play around with the design simply by rotating the it.
A series of geometric, wooden tiles that celebrate Brazilian history.
Stay cool this week with some of our favorite links from architecture to tile to tattoos...
Subway tile from Mission Stone & Tile that uses texture, pattern and color to create a modern take on a classic design.
Ceramic tiles that appear to almost vibrate with the help of electric colors added to the sides.
A pop art inspired collection of ceramic tiles that will make your walls says WOW!
A line of graphic, muted tiles that can be used indoors or out, and on the floors or walls.
Lithos Design aims to change the way you think of stone inlay design with their modern interpretations.
A new pattern series of tile in six different glazes to create a multidimensional, mind-tripping pattern.
Concrete wall tiles that will punch up any wall surface and can even function as wall art.
In 2014, we rounded up everything from essential travel tech accessories to creative tile backsplashes. Take a look back.
A graphic porcelain tile collection designed by Italian architects that creates an op-art effect for your floor.
Padded felt rhomboid elements that join together to create custom headboards or rugs.