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Art Deco Kitchen photo

Art Deco Kitchen

In the hey day of building bungalows from the 1890's to the 1930's home owners had a variety of design options as they do today to tile their home. The home owners of this bunglow were inspired by the bathroom tile that was an original art deco green with a 1" x 2" in their bathroom and wanted to continue the theme of the home with green patterns and a nod to the 1"x2" tiles for a trim in the kitchen. Colors used Copper Patina and Wasabi

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Spring Fresh Kitchen photo

Spring Fresh Kitchen

Kitchens are a place to showcase your personal side both in cooking and in design. While it is currently popular in magizines to see white kitchens many people really desire rich bold colors to work in while cooking and entertaining. This home owner used Medieval Floral tiles in a semi random pattern in a blend of spring like colors and shapes to create this wonderful kitchen. 

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Arts & Crafts award winning kitchen project photo

Arts & Crafts award winning kitchen project

This kitchen project project was part of a CotY award from National Association of The Remodeling Industry. Ohana Construction brought their client to Clay Squared to help them find a tile that matched the time period of their home. They chose a 2"x 6" field tile in Truffle and Pesto trim. Stone Hollow Tile was used for the insert behind the stove. Using classic sizes and earthy colors the tiles work wonderfully with the woodwork and all of the elements of the kitchen. 

Retro red kitchen with Blue Fog subway tiles photo

Retro red kitchen with Blue Fog subway tiles

The Mid-century look is coming back. Lots of great nostalgic appliances are available with bright rich colors. This family knew they had lots of countertop appliances like coffee makers, toasters and teapots to contend with while designing their kitchen. Using a trim as their decorative design it allows the homeowners to always see accents where ever they place their countertop items. They chose Blue Fog in 3" x 6" subway tile and 1" x 1" mosaics in Blue Fog and Red.  

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European Style Backsplash Multi Mix 6 photo

European Style Backsplash Multi Mix 6

The European tile experience tends to be very modern or very historic. This kitchen backsplash is located in Norway and hits the mark of high impact design where the action takes place behind the kitchen stove and behind the sink. Six colors are used in three different sizes. field tile - 1"x1" , 1" x 2" and 2" x 2". Colors chosen  OatmealPestoJade MossNutmegCoco Moon and North Shore.

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Full tilt mosaic kitchen tile project photo

Full tilt mosaic kitchen tile project

Mosaicing is really about personality. Some people like simple clean lines others like the expressive options. This super multi mix of colors, shapes and sizes comes together in a wonderful pattern. Josh has lots of experience helping people design and choose color and sizes to make your mosaic one of a kind. Ask us how we can help you design your mosaic.

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Arts and Crafts Kitchen with Medieval Floral Tiles photo

Arts and Crafts Kitchen with Medieval Floral Tiles

The Arts & Crafts Revival is alive and well. Using only two colors Copper Patina and Wasabi this couple worked off a pattern we had in our showroom to create this seemingly random design into a well structured design. Using our Medieval Floral Design they placed the decos in groupings that would enjoy the most of every day.

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Subway Tile With Cosmic Spot Kitchen photo

Subway Tile With Cosmic Spot Kitchen

This warm and inviting kitchen tile project made up of 3"x 6" subway field tile in Frosted Malt mixed with 57 Cosmic Spots. They did the layout of the running bond with 3" spots randomly spaced through out the kitchen giving the space a dynamic look.

 

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Modern Retro Cosmic Spot Kitchen Tile photo

Modern Retro Cosmic Spot Kitchen Tile

This Ultra modern Cosmic Spot kitchen beckens the Jetsons to stop in and have breakfast at your home. The home owner did not want a centralized design. She wanted her eyes to be bounce around and explore new facets of the tiles each day.  Full of random 4" and 8" Cosmic Spots in a field of Deepest BlueContact Josh to explore ideas on how to make your kitchen one of a kind.

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