This traditional tile pattern goes by various names, and has been listed on our site as both Roseton and Bayahibe in the past. This is a popular, old pattern.
The popular coffee house group in Toronto, Balzac's Coffee Roasters used our tile for a new location in Niagara on the Lake. We worked with them on various color combinations until the final colorway was chosen. See the photos and images below.
We currently have two colorways of this pattern available as fast in-stock tile (though you may order any combination of over 60 colors as a custom order).
Another recent installation of our tile was featured in our blog post on The Barber of Hell's Bottom, a beautiful new high-end barbershop in Washington, D.C.
Check out our blog post for more images of this installation.
Recently we made custom tile for a coffee shop in Canada.
The finished design is shown in these photos. The colors in the exterior of this popular coffee shop, Balzac's Coffee Roasters, are reflected in the finished floors.
In the process of deciding what pattern the owner wanted, we made several variations.
Here is a line drawing to play around with in Photoshop or a similar program. You can right click on it and 'save as' to your hard drive. Or go to our Tile Design Tool and use 8" tile pattern "Roseton".