Understated décor in the master bedroom lets the floor tiles in this Barcelona flat fully pop. A pendant lamp designed in 1957 by Spanish modernist architect José Antonio hangs above the bed.
In this 1940s Mt. Washington home in Los Angeles, a guest bathroom illustrates the power of contrast, juxtaposing its brightly colored Moroccan cement mosaic floor tiles against the room's ultra-light neutral shades.
A home in Sicily's ancient city of Cefalu is tiled throughout, adding a vibrant texture that's paired with a layered, wooden staircase and white walls.
The simple black and white tiles in the guest bathroom of this Austin farmhouse provide instant visual appeal.
In the dining room of this Barcelona flat, which opens to the backyard terrace, original tilework on the floors and walls complement modern furniture, such as the original 1938 Butterfly chair by Antonio Bonet.