Lux Patterned Tile to Lust After Shopper's Guide Cuban Tropical Tile You can't get much more luxurious than richly patterned tile. Used on floors, walls, and sometimes even ceilings, these patterns make a space stand out. Cuban Tropical Tile: Headquartered in Miami, they make all of their cement tile by hand using traditional techniques. Trend: This Italian company makes recycled glass tile in mesh-backed "wallpaper" patterns. Shown: Platonic Tile from the Academic Wallpaper Collection. Heath Ceramics: A small California company, they make ceramic dimensional tile that's hand-glazed, giving it really rich color and variation. Mosaic House: This New York-based retailer sells Moroccan cement tile in some drop-dead gorgeous patterns. Novoceram: A French company that specializes in elaborately patterned tiles, Novoceram is known for its romantic wallpaper-like patterns. Emery and Cie: A European retailer of romantic tile, furniture, and fixtures, Emery and Cie stocks a few striking variations of mirror scale tiles. Ann Sacks: Owned by Wisconsin-based Kohler, this company has a huge range of collections by famous and lesser-known designers. Shown: Abyssinian Dimensional Tile. Fillmore Clark: Located in West Hollywood, California, this small business is owned and operated by Lee Nicholson, a woman committed to championing handcrafted, locally made tiles. Shown: Encaustic Tiles from the Patterson Collection. Granada Tile: This tile shop derives its name from the city of Granada in Nicaragua. Their cement tiles are hand-poured and painted. Shown: Echo Collection. Bisazza: This Italian company does a ton of high-profile architectural projects, and their Mosaico Collection is used in luxury spas, hotels, and homes around the world.