Black Hills Brick Wood Stove Backdrop
Our handmade best-sellers ship in 5 days or less. Shop Quick Ship now!
We’ve been working directly with the trade since 1986. Whatever the size of your project, you can expect dedicated service from one of our experienced tile experts. Want to learn more and enroll? Contact us today at 800.773.2226.
We charge sales tax in some states. If you have a Tax Exempt Number, please download the appropriate form here.
2x8 in Basalt
2nd Truth Photography
Drawing on classic silhouettes and sophisticated colors, interior designer Jennifer Jorgensen uses black tile to help transform a young family's bungalow kitchen.
TRG Home Concepts
Ogee Drops in Moonstone
A tub surround adorned with Ogee Drop Tile in Moonstone is sure to give anyone's morning routine a welcome uplift.
Bonnie Wu Design
Ann Arbor, MI
3x12 in Gypsum
Leslie Murchie Cascino
Coolly contrasting with warm wood cabinetry, a stacked tile backsplash in Gypsum helps this streamlined kitchen stay true to its midcentury roots.
Monaca Brown Design Co.
Joshua Tree, CA
Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau
Looking for an escape? This Joshua Tree AirBnB is open to guests looking for a Southwestern respite (plus a rustic glazed Thin Brick fireplace to warm up to).
Sarah Sherman Samuel
Palm Springs, CA
6" Hexagons in Calcite
Sarah Sherman Samuel
Carving out her very own spa-inspired retreat, Sarah Sherman Samuel adorns her chic A-frame cabin bathroom with 6" Hexagon Tile in the matte white glaze, Calcite.
The Joshua Tree House
Joshua Tree, CA
6" Triangles in Sand Dune and Milky Way
Sara Combs and Rich Combs
Inspired by the contrast between mountain and sky, our 6" Triangle swimming pool tiles complement The Joshua Tree House's desert landscape.
Sabrina grew up in Connecticut, but moved to California a several years ago to San Luis Obispo, where she studied Interior Design. In her free time, she enjoys playing the guitar and songwriting.
Favorite thing about Fireclay: Seeing all the creative tile ideas designers, architects, and homeowners come up with.
A Southern California native, Kristina found her home in San Francisco when she moved up here for college. She holds degrees in both Journalism & Culinary Arts and has a background as a food and culture writer, cook, & events coordinator. Her proclivity for interior design, patterns, and color led her to pursue a job with Fireclay. From writing to cooking to design, Kristina has always allowed her creative passions to be the driving force behind her career path, but one thing has always remained consistent - her desire to genuinely connect with the folks she interacts with in a meaningful way.
Outside of work, you can find her tending to her houseplants, cuddling her two cats, experimenting in the kitchen, traveling, learning a new craft, and reading anything she can get her hands on.
Favorite Thing About Fireclay: The focus on innovative design and sustainability, our commitment to treading lightly on the earth, and the endless color combinations to find inspiration through!
Brittany’s background in Art History at UC Santa Cruz helped her discover a vast archive of diverse architectural elements and art movements that have become influences in her own life. Her post-graduate education in Interior Design at FIDM and professional experience with sales and design consultant services contributes to her awareness for the design and installation processes. Brittany values personal connections and collaboration with clients while creating long lasting and unique designs using Fireclay tile. Brittany enjoys the yogi-lifestyle, singing/ playing guitar, & anything outdoors.
Favorite thing about Fireclay: Fireclay's company culture & dedication to sustainability.
Emily hails from sunny Southern California and moved to San Francisco to study Interior Design. After design school she worked in a local furniture showroom where she developed her skills in color coordination and spacial planning. From there she started a small real estate staging company before joining Fireclay. On the weekends you can find Emily at the beach, baking, reading, or hanging out with her cute dog, Bosley. Emily can be reached at [email protected]
Favorite thing about Fireclay: The people. My fellow design consultants and coworkers are among some of my favorite people in the world. We all care deeply about what we do.
Oakland native Tiffannie White comes to Fireclay with an extensive background in Culinary Arts where she started a company specializing in film catering. With her mother and grandmother's eye for interior design and entrepreneurial spirit embedded in her, Tiffannie studied Architecture and became a Design Consultant with Fireclay Tile. Connecting with people and providing meaningful experiences is her strong suit. Outside of Fireclay, you can catch Tiffannie creating memories with her family, enjoying the outdoors, trying Pinterest recipes, freelancing design projects, and dancing with her kids.
Favorite thing about Fireclay: Getting the opportunity to help a client's design vision come to life, and all the wonderful connections made with both clients and colleagues.
A San Francisco native, Terapan graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Integrative Biology and worked in healthcare, sustainability, and visual merchandising before breaking into the interior design industry. He eventually started his own Home Organizing & Design business which introduced him to Fireclay Tile. At Fireclay, he has found a love for the sustainable production process and enjoys guiding clients to thoughtfully manifest their tile dreams. In his free time, you'll find him researching new organizational hacks, planning his next vacation, or looking for new restaurants & bars in SF to explore.
Favorite thing about Fireclay: All the friendly faces. We're all real people who just really love tile.
Members of our Trade Program are eligible for free color and shape samples. We'll even cover shipping! Simply reach out to your designated Residential/Commercial rep and we'll send them your way.
Join our email list for a weekly dose of design inspiration, pro tips and tricks, plus a first look at new products!