Artistic Sustainable Tiles

Debris Series Recycled Ceramic Tile Wave pattern by Fireclay Tile via AtticmagFireclay Tiles expands its recycled tile series with two new designs inspired by everyday patterns.

Are you looking for a tile that reflects the beauty in everyday patterns?  Then look no further than the sustainable tiles design by Fireclay Tile.  The lean curves of the Wave pattern, shown in Cyclone, imaginatively recreates the movement of the ocean’s surface.

Fireclay Debris Series Recycled Ceramic Tile content via AtticmagThe American-crafted Debris Series Recycled Ceramic Tile features over 70% recycled content, sourced within 200 miles of the San Jose, California factory.  The material list is impressive – recycled waste glass, granite dust, spent abrasives and post consumer plumbing fixtures destined for the nearby landfill.  The series features recycled clay base and unique lead-free glazes that are mixed in-house.

Debris Series Recycled Ceramic Tile Picket pattern by Fireclay Tile via AtticmagThe iconic picket fence pattern, shown in Fossil, was transformed into a geometric tile shape, aptly named Picket.  Fireclay Tiles continues to utilize time honored techniques, mixed with modern technology and proud American craftsmanship in their NorCal factories. With a palette of 80 glaze colors in gloss or subtle satin matte finishes, there is sure to be a match for your kitchen, bath or outdoor fountain.

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3 Responses to “Artistic Sustainable Tiles”

  1. cat_mom October 24, 2013 at 10:51 am #

    Gorgeous tile! You and Jane find such beautiful things to share with us!

    • Allison October 24, 2013 at 1:57 pm #

      I need a “like” button! Thanks, Cat!

  2. cat_mom October 25, 2013 at 1:38 pm #

    I was thinking the same thing as I typed in my comment! LOL

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