Veranda Red Hex Floor
Our most requested floor tile options we represent is our Flat Edge unglazed porcelain mosaic floor tiles are iconic for homes built from the 1890s to the 1950s. Found in bathrooms, entryways, verandas and kitchen floors. Hexagon, squares and penny rounds were used. If you are looking to recreate the original look, color and patterns from the period homes. It is possible to recreate or repair the style original to the period your home was built.
Classic Flat Edge Subway and Hexagon Tile
Our Flat Edge Collection of subway tile and hexagon ceramic porcelain floor tile are reproduction architectural tile matches of 1890s-1930s. These vintage wall tile are 3/8″ thick with a flat surface and square edges. They are traditional subway and square wall tile, moldings, and accessories by Subway Ceramics that will look original to Victorian and Bungalow homes. Our Flat Edge Collection of tile colors are true to these architectural periods.
We also represent unglazed porcelain mosaic floor tiles that come mesh mounted. When wet, they do not get slippery and are great for bathrooms, entry ways, and kitchens. Great examples of this type of tile are in the book Bungalow Bathrooms by author Jane Powell and photographer Linda Svendsen.