This Arts and Crafts green fireplace with leaf accents was is one of three projects Clay Squared did for the Thene family. When remodeling their bungalow house the couple wanted to keep with the period of the home. Using Avocado Green matches much of the matte greens used in the early 1900's and Clay Squared leaf tiles as accents really made this fireplace come alive.
Commissioned by McDill's family this is one of three projects done for their house in Grand Junction, Colorado. This fireplace is a great example of simple field tile turned on point and great color choices to make a fireplace stand out. A project like this is under $200!
Fireplaces are unique spaces in a home that allow homeowners to add character and style to their enviroment. This Medieval inspired fireplace just beckons you to come closer and read some books from a time long ago. There is a colaboration of handmade tiles and commercial tiles being utilzed in this installation. Josh made the trim that looks like branches and the arched trim around the accent tiles creating the winding framing in and out of the round accents. The white is accually all grout made by master tile setter Jan Hohn of Hohn & Hohn Inc. who does a number of our installations for clients.
A beautiful mixture of three shades of green 4" x 4" tiles, turned on point, can make a dramatic presence to any fireplace. Using the variation of the three colors, the clients arranged the tiles to draw the viewer's eye throughout the piece. Colors choosen, Avocado, Copper Patina and Pesto
This one-of-a-kind fireplace was a collaboration between Josh Blanc and Sheryl Tuorila. Sheryl made her signature Zen mosaics that weave through the fireplace. Josh made the Gingersnaps field tiles that were cut while the clay was wet to fit around Sheryl's puzzle mosaics. Talented tile setter Brad King, a recent transplant from San Francisco, set the tiles.