Chelsea BrickToday, Chelsea Brick s characterized as one of the most eclectic and stylish neighborhoods in New York City. Past and present, its renaissance has been distinguished by incredible Architecture, famous resident Artists, along with notable Restaurants and Gallery’s that are unabashedly individualistic.Brick as building material has been used, through out history, to create walls, paving and other aspects of masonry. Typically, the word brick referred to a unit composed of clay. However, today it may be used anecdotally to indicate rectangular items set in mortar. As such, brick can be composed of clay-bearing soil, sand, and lime, or concrete materials.The diversity of our Chelsea Brick Collection will appeal to anyone’s innate desire to express themselves personally; 31 artisanal glazes available in Rustic, Plain or Striated profiles. Made in the USA artisanal hand glazed bricks.Please download Brick Blends PDF.
Forte Brick TerracottaWe never tire of creating new iterations of this authentic, substantial, original form of baked earth. Forte Brick is a tile that's sophisticated yet feels grounded, combining the sleek and the tactile, the cool and the casual, the urban and the agrarian.In a just-right proportion of 2 1/4"x7 7/8"x3/8" these terra cotta tiles gleam with a high-gloss glaze, perfectly tempered by dynamic mottled colorations that we've kept close to nature. An almost imperceptibly undulating flat surface that's just right for classic, country or contemporary interiors.
Las Palmas Glazed Tile
Palma Glazed Tile collection is inspired from Majorca area of Spain and the basis for our Las Palmas Glazed Tile Collection . The city rises atop hues of apricot, honey and henna colored stone from the broad waters of the Badia de Palma. It is also known as Palma de Mallorca and is the capital and major of the Balearic Islands.
In Mediterranean alleys, alongside terra cotta colored balconied homes, you will find beautifully glazed terra cotta accents on the exteriors and entryways that simply enchant! Our Las Palmas Tile Collection is rendered in 7 historically inspired patterns and lustrously glazed in over 30 different colors. Popular shapes of this collection is square and rectangular tiles, as well as arabesque, fan, and chevron.