• 2x4 Olive Classic Field and 2x4 Opaque White tiles at Farmshop Marin, in the Larkspur Landing.

    Design: Commune
    Photo: Mariko Reed

  • 2x4 Olive Classic Field tiles at Farmshop Marin, in the Larkspur Landing.

    Design: Commune
    Photo: Mariko Reed

  • Private residence using 2x12 tile from the Classic Field collection in Island Blue and Jensen/Kokoris Custom Island Blue

    Design: Jensen Architects
    Photo: Cesar Rubio

  • Master bath at the East Bay Margarido House using 2x9 tile from the Classic Field collection in Crystal Blue

    Designer: Medium Plenty
    Photo: Melissa Kaseman

  • Master bath in the 2007 San Francisco Sunset Idea House featuring 2x12 field tile in New Olive Gloss from the Classic Field collection

  • Sava pool in San Francisco using 3x12 tile from the Classic Field collection in Opal Blue

    Design: Paulett Taggart & Mark Cavagnero
    Photo: Time Griffith

  • Bath wall using 3x9 tile from the Classic Field collection in Sand Rutile

    Architect: Five Design
    Photo: Five Design

  • Guest bath at the Margarido Residence using 2x6 field tile in Jade and Seafoam from the Classic Field collection

    Designer: Medium Plenty
    Photo: Melissa Kaseman

  • Clear Creek Spa using 2x12 field tile in Meadow Green, Jade Green and Seafoam from the Classic Field collection

    Design: Meredith Boswell
    Photo: Meredith Baird

  • Classic Field in Opal Pacific.

    Architect: Project M Plus / McShane Murnane, AIA
    Photo Credit: Peter Wintersteller

  • Outdoor bench using 2x9 tile from the Classic Field collection in Honey

    Architect: Antonia Bava
    Photo: Tom Story for Sunset Magazine

  • Architect: Project M Plus / McShane Murnane, AIA
    Photo Credit: Peter Wintersteller

  • Kitchen using tile from the Classic Field collection in Opal Pacific

    Architect: Alan Wanzenberg

  • Bath in Jade and Seafoam tile from the Classic Field collection

    Photo: Tom Story for Sunset Magazine

  • Bath using tile from the Classic Field collection in Eucalyptus

    Architect: Malcolm Davis Architecture