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The Kitchen is the Where the Action Happens

People tell us that installations using our handmade tile feel original to their home, or that they anchor their newer home into a distinct time and place. Handmade tile has an authenticity and character that adds value to your home and enhances the time you spend in it. Below are many examples of tiled back splashes featuring our tile, Enjoy.

Aquila Pattern Kitchen photo

Aquila Pattern Kitchen

Mid-Century Modern design has two standard design signatures: monochromatic and "multi-mix" (patterns or colors) usually in rich, bold colors. The homeowners used our Aquila pattern to create a dynamic, muiltimix design for their kitchen. With no focal point, it allows the cook, and dinner guests, lots of prolific visuals to enjoy. The homeowners knew they would have lots of accessories in daily use (coffee makers, toaster ovens, spices and cookbooks) and needed a look that allowed them to see the tiles from anywhere in the kitchen. 

The Aquila design pattern is made up of four sizes of tiles:  4x4", 2x4", 2x6" and 1x1" as well as a 4x4" accent tile. Colors chosen:  Wasabi, Copper Patina, and Andromeda Cosmic Clouds. 

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Atomic Bond Mid-century Modern Kitchen photo

Atomic Bond Mid-century Modern Kitchen

Mid-century Modern design is about bold colors and fun design. The homeowners wanted to embellish their original cabinets and hardware of their kitchen. Using Flat Edges' new Atomic Series they chose six colors and intermixed them into this show-stopping kitchen backsplash.  Colors chose included Gunmetal Blue, Chartreuse, Mango, Moonshine, Satin Black and Atomic (orange).  All have a satin matte finish.

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The Walden Northshore Kitchen photo

The Walden Northshore Kitchen

An Idyllic kitchen remodel to evoke the past while making it funtional for the present. Using a 2x8" subway handmade tile in our Northshore glaze that offers lots of beautiful variations. Northshore ranges from deep blues to a stoney grey and a mixes in between. It is a nod to the Arts & Crafts era philosphy that cherishes the material for what it is and all of its nuances. Castle Building and Remodeling did a marvelous job with the entire remodel.

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The Vermont

This Arts & Crafts monochromatic Pesto matte green kitchen is a classic less is more design. Choosing a single color is a bold way to design your kitchen backsplash.  Use a variety of sizes to add texture to the space, allowing the subtle details of the variations in the glazes to add character. The monochromatic running bone tile backdrop is a fitting complement to this Arts & Crafts kitchen, natural cabinets and ceramics collection.

Installation by Hohn & Hohn Inc
Photography by Sarah Whiting Photography

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The Broadway Kitchen photo

The Broadway Kitchen

Using one color, in this case Oatmeal, in a single size can provide a lot of visual interest, creating a very stunning space. These homeowners chose a running bond pattern for the main field, while using the same tiles in an angled, herringbone pattern, resulting in a fun look, behind the stove. To add some color they chose the Broadway border pattern, tying everything together. 

Installation by Hohn & Hohn Inc

Photography by Sarah Whiting Photography.

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Tile Mural Behind Stove photo

Tile Mural Behind Stove

Choosing a decorative tile to feature in a kitchen sets the stage for how you envision one of your home's most used spaces. We recommend choosing colors, patterns and designs you have always loved to ensure you will never tire of the features you choose. Tiles behind the stove should not only be durable but also beautiful, adding character to any kitchen. This image shows 2" x 8" tiles in our Northshore glaze, with Coco Moon liners. The mural features a beautifully hand-painted Stone Hollow Tile surrounded by 3" x 3" field tiles. 

Photography by Sarah Whiting Photography

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Modern Bungalow Random Mix in Subway Tile photo

Modern Bungalow Random Mix in Subway Tile

Updating a kitchen with the bones of a 1904 Bungalow is a very rewarding task. The homeowners created a space that was more welcoming and functional with updated electrical outlets and lighting and handmade features throughout the space. They choose 2x4" Oatmeal field tiles with random accents of both Cosmic Spots and colored field tile to create a multi-mix random pattern. 

Photography by Sarah Whiting Photography

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On Point Mid Century Kitchen photo

On Point Mid Century Kitchen

Remember when kitchens were fun? Mid-century homes were full of bright rich colors. Americans were looking to create more function kitchen spaces. This newly renovated Mid-century kitchen hits all the right notes for a small kitchen lots of storage, cool lighting, work space and dynamic tiles for the backsplash. 

Photo by Sarah Whiting Photography

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