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Meet the Dream Team: Lindsey Bourcier

A bit about me...

Even though I live in locally in San Francisco, I actually found out about Fireclay Tile through Instagram! I'm a big Emily Henderson follower, so when she posted photos of her dreamy
Crater Lake Ogee Drop bathroom, I had to learn more (Thanks Emily!). As someone who's always been passionate about design, I feel really fortunate to be able to work with such beautiful, handcrafted products each day. I've been enjoying helping clients from all over the country create the spaces of their dreams. 
(Note: in case you were wondering, that adorable pup is Lindsey's dog, Peach).

My style is...
Minimalist, Comfortable and Curated. I'm a minimalist at heart and would say that I'm most influenced by Mid-Century, Japanese and Scandinavian design.
(See more of Lindsey's personal style by visiting her Pinterest Board).



My favorite Fireclay products...


2" Hexagons in Blue Spruce -- Though I'm keen on all of our hexagon sizes, the two-inch "baby hex" is a new one for us. I love designing with hexagons not only because it's a preferred shape in nature (go honeybees!), but also because they're so fun to arrange in an infinite number of patterns and styles. 

4 x 4s in White Gloss  -- You can't ever go wrong with a bright white 4 x 4 in a straight-stack set. This classic size and shape feels timeless in both bathrooms and kitchens alike. 

Mini Star and Cross in Loch Ness -- Not enough customers take advantage of this beautifully moody color. The high variation of Loch Ness glaze would look amazing on our Mini Star and Cross--especially on the floor of a mudroom, entryway, or atrium. 

My favorite Fireclay Projects...
Kasbah Trellis Kitchen -- Major props to our hand painting team and the meticulously crafted pieces they create. I love how the Kasbah has hard geometric lines, yet remains casual and light in the Neutral Motif. By using a sanded black grout, you can continue the look of the black dryline pattern to get an overall well-blended layout. The grout lines actually become a part of the design--who doesn't love that! 


Tile Shown: Kasbah Trellis handpainted tile in White Motif.

Cotton Brick Laundry Room -- I love how unexpected the look of our Cotton Thin Brick is on this laundry room floor. Cotton is one of those colors that tends to change throughout the day depending on the light. A client of mine in Japan recently installed Cotton Brick in her studio, and said that she's been having a lot of fun watching the color subtly change from white to blue to violet to grey as the light changes throughout the day. Our thin brick looks great in both commercial and residential spaces. 


Tile Shown: Thin Glazed Brick in Cotton.
Fireclay SF Showroom -- Can I cheat a little here and pick our own San Francisco Showroom? From our rainbow array of sample chips to the large-scale pattern wall, this space is seriously impressive. If any Fireclay fans are ever in our neighborhood, I strongly suggest you stop by and check it out. You'll be greeted by warm, welcoming faces -- of both the human and canine variety ;-) 


Image: Our San Francisco showroom.

Do you like any of Lindsey's picks? Order color samples online now. Need some help? Simply call, chat, or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented design consultants will get back to you shortly.

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