Cheers to commercial bars with an ambiance so fabulous you'll never want to go home. We've been lucky enough to have our tile featured in some of the most gorgeous bar spaces we've seen. Paired with stunning interior design, our tile can help your space shine. From amplifying a sophisticated, modern, or fun aesthetic - our tile will help you create your dream bar. Plus, it's always helpful to have that easy-to-clean ceramic surface around after a long night of drinks!
These 5 commercial bar tile ideas can be helpful for home bar inspiration, but if you want to see smaller-scale bar examples that are residential, this blog is for you: "8 Bar Design Tiled Backsplash Ideas"
1. Art Deco Black Bar Tile
This swanky oyster bar can be found at the Roxy Hotel in Tribeca. The sophisticated Art Deco style gets a modern twist by pairing black decor with gold accents. The bar backslash features our scalloped shape, Moroccan Fish Scales, which are perfectly suited for an oyster bar. This design include two distinctive black glaze colors, only separated by their finish. The matte finish of 366 Satin Black pairs beautifully with the glossy 613 Black creating depth and character. By organically mixing these two glazes, this bar backsplash shimmers like the ocean waves on a sunny day.
See more pictures and learn more about this install with our blog "The Roxy Oyster Bar - Black Moroccan Fish Scales"
2. Deep Green Herringbone Bar Tile
This dreamy bar can be found at the Crowne Plaza in North Augusta. The sophisticated deep green hues of our herringbone tile worked perfectly with their design inspiration for the space. According to the talented photographer, @simspatrickstudio, their color palette was inspired by the lush banks of the Savannah River and their neighboring baseball team, the Augusta Green Jackets. We love when tile can bring a place, story, and concept to life!
Loving this deep green hue? There's more where that came from. See projects that sport similar colors with our blog "Our Most Popular Glossy Green Glazes"
3. Carefree & Coastal Teal Bar Tile
Let the good times roll at the Saltie Girl Bar in Boston! This vibrant bar space is a maximalist dream featuring bold hues and patterns throughout. To match the carefree and coastal style of the bar, we used our teal Moroccan Fish Scales, but added a twist- for this install the tiles are oriented sideways, for a fun take on our most popular tile.
There are a bunch of ways to make this scalloped shape your own. Get more ideas with our blog "How to Choose Moroccan Fish Scale Tile"
4. Branded Bar Tile
For commercial tile projects, we love to meld your company's branding into the tile, like this project at Fish Cheeks in NYC. The tile on this bar is mirrored in their logo and awning as you walk into the door. Matching decor throughout the restaurant takes this cohesive look to the next level! It's polished, fun, and looks like the perfect place to wind down after a long day.
See more projects that show off our commercial tile chops. We have a whole category of our blogs that you can browse here: "Commercial Design"
5. Indoor/Outdoor Bar Tile
Last but certainly not least is this indoor/outdoor bar at Bluestone Lane in West Hollywood. This awe-inspiring installation is covered floor-to-ceiling in our favorite teal tile glazes. Although this project is somewhat sheltered from the elements, we have special tile that's made specifically for the outdoors. If you're looking for a durable outdoor tile option for your bar, we've got your back!
Learn more about this project with our blog "Bluestone Lane Floor to Ceiling Tile Entry"
Slanted Top of Soffit: Large Moroccan Fish Scales in Wave - 12 Blue Bell, 32 Canton Jade, 1065 Mint Julep.
Photo by @bluestonelane
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