We know that you want your space to be a reflection of you: your style, your vibe, your values. We love to partner with companies that share that mission, which is why we are so excited about Fireclay Tile. Of course we adore their swoon-worthy style, but we’re also pretty big fans of the way they go about making their tile. Founded on a family tradition that dates back to the 1920s, Fireclay Tile continues to stand on its original principals by maintaining sustainable manufacturing practices, working with recycled materials, and caring for their people, all while putting the customers first. Each tile is made by hand with you in mind (this is our favorite part).
We’re always excited to see Fireclay Tile nestled up against our Semihandmade cabinet fronts and floating shelves. Here are some of our favorite renovations that include Semihandmade cabinet fronts and handcrafted Fireclay tile.
“From a design standpoint, I love the unique characteristics you can find in every piece, something only seen in natural materials. The durability of tile, plus the fact that it immediately elevates the style of any room when installed, makes it a winner in my book.”
— Mallory Fletchall, Reserve Home.
PICTURED: Supermatte Agave Slab PAIRED WITH Feldspar 2x6 and Fallow
IMAGE: Reserve Home
The smoky wood grain cupboards play with the matte gray tones in the floor tiles and white matte counters, as well as the glazed brick backsplash, which is “quite multidimensional, with tones ranging from glowing white to pale ash.”
— Shea McGee, Studio McGee
IMAGE: Studio McGee
“When I first started planning out the kitchen I knew I wanted to use Semihandmade (again). I loved the whole process last time and being such a color freak I like being able to pick my exact hue by going with their unfinished line of doors and drawer fronts and painting them myself… From there my must haves started rolling right in, brass fixtures, floating shelves... a Fireclay tile backsplash that goes right up the whole wall, and brass sconces over the floating shelves.”
PICTURED: SSS Juniper Beaded PAIRED WITH Calcite 2x6
IMAGE: Sarah Sherman Samuel
“We had a lot of people who advised us to keep it neutral for the sake of resell value. Their advice teetered from don't paint the kitchen cabinets a bold color to don't install patterned flooring. Well, we did BOTH (together), and we couldn't be happier. Ultimately, we wanted a space that felt really unique and the methods we used really helped us get there.”
— Angela Tafoya, Lonny
PICTURED: DIY Shaker PAIRED WITH Palmera
IMAGE: Angela Tafoya
For more beautiful images and design inspiration for your upcoming renovation, head over to our Past Projects.