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Home remodeler shares 20 favorite tile finds for shower, kitchen and wet bar
Brooke Chamblee Interiors
Since I am in the middle of a big house renovation, I've been doing a lot of research on tile. There are so many options: mosaics, large tiles, stone, glass, metal. Here are a few of my favorites that I've found and a few that I plan to use in my house. — Brooke from Blueprint Bliss
Glass Mosaic Tiles
Glass tile mosaics add just that perfect amount of contemporary to a traditional space. I would love to use these on the walls surrounding a shower.
Kindred Herringbone Tile
This has been one of my favorite finds while on the hunt for the perfect backsplash. I think this is the winner for my wet bar. Love the pattern and the colors.
Bianco Carrara (White Carrera) Marble Tile Herringbone Mosaic Polish - $11.95
Love the simple, subtle herringbone made of marble. I am considering this for my kitchen backsplash. A pattern — but not too busy.
Custom Saltillo Tiles
Mexican pavers have been around forever and I feel they are here to stay. This would look great on a kitchen floor or a covered back patio.
Art Strip Tiles
Simple, clean line patterned tile. I love how the color resembles concrete. This would look great on a wet bar backsplash or the walls in a shower.
Waverly Mosaic Tile
Honed marble mixed with a bit of polished? In a gray and white colorway? Yes, please. This is perfection in my book!
Sunflower Marble Mosaic Tiles
I'm considering this marble mosaic for a small bathroom floor, but I also think it would look great as a kitchen backsplash. It's the perfect color combo to make the design interesting yet subtle.
"Brick Field" Ceramic Tile
This has been a favorite tile of mine ever since I was introduced to Walker Zanger in college. I love the beautiful, classic look of this crackled subway tile.
Castile Grande Mosaic Tile
Such a unique mosaic tile, and I adore the lines that make up this pattern. A definite eye-catcher that would look great on a bathroom floor.
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Palm Egyptian Glass Tile
The perfect tile to get that spa-like effect in your bathroom. This pattern would look great on the walls surrounding your tub or shower.
"I See The Moon" Porcelain Stone Tile
If you want concrete floors but your slab isn't in the best condition, this is your best option: Beautiful porcelain tile that has the look of scored concrete.
White Marble Cambered Honed Brick Tile
Need some texture added to your space? Then this is the tile for you. Simple yet dramatic, with the arched tile bringing in texture.
Sprout Kimona Silk Tile
It's hard to see in the photo, so you need to see this tile in person — but it's beautiful and has the look of linen. This would look great in a large room.
Deep Blue Penny Round Savoy Tile
Oh, how I love a penny round! A tiny little tile that will add such character to a space. Would love to use these on one of my bathroom floors.
Symmetry Metal Tiles
Tile has come a long way. They're not the least expensive item on the market, but metal tiles make such a statement. Use just a few mixed with a plain ceramic to bring in a great design.
Waterfall Mosaic Tiles
These beautiful slate mosaics will add just the perfect touch of rustic to a clean design. Love the colors; you can go with either a warm or cool scheme with this tile.
Sienna Silver Travertine Tile
The one tile that I am saving my pennies for. It is beautiful — even more so in person. I would love to use it on my floors, both in our entryway and master bathroom. A beautiful travertine!
Nova Blue Stone Tile
This is a top contender for the floor tile in my master bathroom. Love the color of this stone — it would look great on the floor paired with a white marble countertop.