Customer Installations

Have you transformed any of your living spaces with new tile? We love to see what you’ve done!

These are all photos sent in by our customers. If you have photos to share, please email them to Kristen.

  • Himalaya Installation
    Himalaya Installation
    Himalaya Annapurna used in an entryway, kitchen, and dining room to bring a beach house up to date.
  • Antique Labrador Countertops
    Antique Labrador Countertops
    This kitchen got a refresh with new Antique Labrador granite countertops and Pietre Travertine floor tiles
  • Bathroom – Aqua & Bronze
    Bathroom – Aqua & Bronze
    This customer's bathroom features Piemme Newstone Onda on the walls (24x24), Broadway Bronzo on the floors, and Roman Growing Grass mosaic on the shower pan.
  • Shower – Renaissance and Calabash
    Shower – Renaissance and Calabash
    This shower uses Renaissance Crema for the walls (10x13) and shower pan (2x2) with a Calabash Multiblue accent.
  • Shower – Calacatta, Basketweave, and Kingswood
    Shower – Calacatta, Basketweave, and Kingswood
    This bathroom features our wood-look tile Kingswood Oxid on the floors, Calacatta porcelain on the shower walls, and a basketweave mosaic with Calacatta and pistachio green accents on the shower pan.
  • Bathroom – Beige Square Tiles
    Bathroom – Beige Square Tiles
    This bathroom shows a neutral tile countertop with a rope detail liner and sink cap framing the edges.
  • Kitchen – Green granite, decorative and solid beige backsplash
    Kitchen – Green granite, decorative and solid beige backsplash
    This kitchen has polished green granite countertops with a beige backsplash, made a little more unique with a decorative border at the bottom and a thin liner midway up.
  • Bathroom – Gold
    Bathroom – Gold
    Gold travertine tile in a bathroom
  • Fireplace – Marble Surround
    Fireplace – Marble Surround
    A marble surrounds adds some lovely pattern and shine to this fireplace.
  • Exterior Entryway – Slate
    Exterior Entryway – Slate
    Slate was used on this exterior entryway to provide color and visual interest for anyone walking up to the home.