New Trims for 2015

Our new Trim Collection gives you many elegant options to finish your tile designs with finesse. Available in Washes and Metallic Glazes in 6″ and 8″ length, regular ends or Mitred Corner Sets for finished corners. There are 2 Chair Rail designs, Several Half Rounds in two heights, Quarter Rounds, a Double and Single Pencil and two Fillets with angled bottoms for versitility in finishing edges and corners.

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Chair Rail in Nori Wash with Mitred Corner Sets.

 

 

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Trim Collection

 

 

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Chair Rail at top, Double Pencil above & below the Medallions in Dark Chai.

 

Kaloscopeo Mosaic

Kaloscopeo Mosaic contributes old world charm to bath in southern California. 24″ x 24″ square. Handmade porcelain medallions with natural  Rock Crystal. We made a coordinating border to be installed above the vanity. Shown before installation, on mesh, without grout.

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Medallion Mosaic

Medallion Mosaic with hand-thrown round tile adds colorful zing to Asheville, NC kitchen. 24″ high x 48″ wide. We made a group of mini-mosaics just the size of the field tile to be installed across the kitchen. See photos below…

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Anemone Mosaic

Anemone Mosaic for a kitchen in an airy modern river view home in western North Carolina.  18″ high x 26″ wide. Handmade porcelain tile and frame with metallic glazes and natural Carnelian gemstones.

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Architectural Digest Home Design Show 2014

Click on the Art Tile Mosaic Gallery to see close-up photos of each mosaic we exhibited.

Click VIDEO! for a window into our creative process. It was filmed and produced by our son, Elienne, as we created mosaics for the show.

The Architectural Digest Home Design Show was a beautiful and inspiring place to be. We met designers and makers- creative and engaged people from all over the world who love their work: making their visions real. We saw interesting work in many materials: wood, glass, metal, clay, photography, works of and on paper, stone, fiber, leather and many hybrids.

We want to thank everyone who came to see us!

We welcome inquiries, Contact Us for more info.

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