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Chelsea Brick Collection

Chelsea Brick

Our Chelsea Brick Collection is an homage to the rich cultural history of the Chelsea neighborhood in New York City. Past and present, Chelsea is one of NYC's most eclectic and stylish locations. Its renaissance has been distinguished by incredible architecture that is unabashedly individualistic.The ceramic tiles of this collection mimic the classic brick buildings of Chelsea. Available in 31 artisanal glazes in rustic, plain, or striated profiles, the collection is ideal for chic and stylish residential and commercial interiors. From rustic kitchen backsplashes to trendy café walls, it's the perfect statement wall.The diversity of our Chelsea Brick Collection will appeal to anyone’s innate desire to express themselves personally.For more information and design inspiration, download our Brick Blends PDF.
Las Palmas Glazed Tile Collection

Las Palmas Glazed Tile

The Spanish island of Majorca inspired the exquisite ceramic tiles of our Las Palmas Glazed Tile Collection. The island is bejeweled with apricot, honey, and henna-colored stone from the broad waters of the Badia de Palma. Also known as Palma de Mallorca, the island is the capital of the Balearic Islands.Terracotta balconies with glazed tile accents are a common sight along Mediterranean alleys. This collection references the region's rich artistry in 7 historic patterns and lustrous glazes in over 30 different colors.Popular shapes from this collection include classic square and rectangular tiles, as well as arabesque, fan, and chevron shapes as well. Bar liners and moldings add finishing touches to complete the collection.Our Las Palmas Glazed Tile Collection is truly enchanting. It's applicable for both vertical and horizontal application in residential and commercial properties.
Wagara Ceramic Collection

Wagara Ceramic

The Wagara Ceramic Collection takes inspiration from the eponymous traditional Japanese patterns. Country Floors exclusively developed and reinterpreted this intriguing dialect of designs.The tradition of Wagara originated in the eighth-century Heian period in Japan. Artists drew inspiration from brush calligraphy, mimicking natural motifs to form geometric patterns with classic Japanese color schemes.These 6-inch square tiles are available in eight different Wagara patterns in a choice of seven colors on a clean, white background. The floral, sinuous, and geometric motifs are as beautiful today as they were in 8th-century Japan, ensuring a truly timeless, artful and beautiful interior.The Wagara Ceramic Collection is suitable for vertical interior applications.