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Fireclay On Pattern: Star & Cross

Fireclay On Pattern: Star & Cross

Featuring an interlocking eight-pointed star and cross design, our Star & Cross pattern takes from Spanish colonial architecture and sumptuous Moroccan salons.  Embracing both the traditional and the exotic, this geometric design is sure to add a graphic touch to your decor.

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Get Runway Ready with Fashion-Inspired Tile

Get Runway Ready with Fashion-Inspired Tile

Inspired by fashion, Austin-based designer, Kelly Laplante dressed up our Tile with a collection that celebrates some of the most classic elements in men and women's clothing.  From the tried and true houndstooth pattern to metal links found in vintage watches, these bold patterns are straight off the runway, and will add a stunning graphic element to your interior.

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Paseo: A Curvy New Classic

Paseo: A Curvy New Classic

Ever wonder how our Paseo shape came to be?  Defined as a "leisurely walk or stroll" our Paseo shape was designed to be a contemporary twist on a Moroccan favorite.

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Herringbone: The Wild Side of a Classic Shape

Herringbone: The Wild Side of a Classic Shape

Herringbone, the beloved pattern named after its resemblance to the skeleton of a herring, is undoubtedly a classic, spanning all the way back to the Roman Empire, where its conception stemmed from the construction of an enormous road system called the Viae Publicae.

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Parquet: A Simple Twist on a Classic Favorite

Parquet: A Simple Twist on a Classic Favorite

Parquetry, a wood inlay technique dating back to 17th century France, was first introduced at the Palace of Versailles in 1684. Originally, this technique of assembling geometric patterns of wood, was used to replace marble flooring in the palace which was prone to water seepage, resulting in the degradation of subfloor joists.

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Tile Trivia: An Ogee History

Tile Trivia: An Ogee History

Did you know the ogee design can trace its ancestry all the way back to ancient Persia and the Tomb of Cyrus the Great? The design itself stems from the ancient "cyma reversa" which is literally broken up into two Latin terms, cyma (or moulding) and reversa (or returned).

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Walk the Runway

Walk the Runway

The Runway Collection is perfect for the non conformist, or the traditionalist with a secret wild side. Keep it simple by choosing a neutral color, or add some impact with bold glaze choices and contrasting grout lines. 

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Jason’s “Crush”

Jason’s “Crush”

If you read the previous post, you may believe that you have a good understanding about Jason and his role at Fireclay.  Before transferring to Aromas, Jason worked in the glass factory in San Jose.

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Inspirational Fireclay Tile Shapes and Colors!

Inspirational Fireclay Tile Shapes and Colors!

We love when our exclusive Fireclay Tile dealers come up with their own creative ways of displaying tile designs. Today, we received some photos from one of our favorite showrooms, Urban Archaeology. Without further delay...

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Product Highlight: Cuerda Seca Decorative Tiles

Product Highlight: Cuerda Seca Decorative Tiles

Fireclay Tile has been making handpainted decorative Cuerda Seca tiles for over 15 years. Beyond our natural, lead-free glazes, we paint our cuerda secas onto our recycled Debris Series clay body, creating what we believe is the highest quality, most sustainable decorative tile available anywhere in the world.

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Remodeling and Home Design

Welcome to Fireclay Tile’s Design Blog, dedicated to sustainable and beautiful design for people + the planet. We have invited several of our staff + friends to share their stories and inspirations with us. Do you have a Fireclay Story you’d like to share? We’d love to hear from you.

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