Handmade Artisan Tile

Below are a list of vendors with which Art Tile has connections. Select a vendor's logo to visit their web page. 


  Arto Brick:  The handcrafted elegance of ARTO products is complemented by their rugged durability and unmatched versatility for Walls, Floors and Hardscapes. Tiles, brick veneer, pavers, wall caps, pier caps, pool coping, balustrades, and more are offered in a wide variety of colors and textures to create your own look.

 

Arto Brick:  The handcrafted elegance of ARTO products is complemented by their rugged durability and unmatched versatility for Walls, Floors and Hardscapes. Tiles, brick veneer, pavers, wall caps, pier caps, pool coping, balustrades, and more are offered in a wide variety of colors and textures to create your own look.

 
  Status Ceramics:  Over the last two decades we have found the elements of our artistry that distinguish us. Our glazes are a unique palette of colors and textures that defy replication. To highlight our palette, we use white clay for the body of the tile, just as a painter applies gesso to the canvas as a substrate. Over the years numerous artists have worked in our studio, all of whom have contributed to our vision of producing functional art tile.

 

Status Ceramics:  Over the last two decades we have found the elements of our artistry that distinguish us. Our glazes are a unique palette of colors and textures that defy replication. To highlight our palette, we use white clay for the body of the tile, just as a painter applies gesso to the canvas as a substrate. Over the years numerous artists have worked in our studio, all of whom have contributed to our vision of producing functional art tile.

McIntyre Tile:  Based in the heart of California wine country, McIntyre Tile designs and produces handmade artisan tile for residential and commercial applications. Since 1972, we have developed a variety of innovative and high-quality product lines that are fashionable, versatile and unlike any other tile available on the market.

McIntyre Tile:  Based in the heart of California wine country, McIntyre Tile designs and produces handmade artisan tile for residential and commercial applications. Since 1972, we have developed a variety of innovative and high-quality product lines that are fashionable, versatile and unlike any other tile available on the market.

  Marin Designworks: We hand-build glass tile in America and take pride in giving you what you want in a quality, handmade product. Our in-house waterjet cuts our tile to exact dimensions and designs.  It's CAD driven, so we can cut glass, stone, metal or acrylic/plastic sheets into your vision. 

 

Marin Designworks: We hand-build glass tile in America and take pride in giving you what you want in a quality, handmade product. Our in-house waterjet cuts our tile to exact dimensions and designs.  It's CAD driven, so we can cut glass, stone, metal or acrylic/plastic sheets into your vision. 

  Granada Tile: Our designs reflect a global influence. We draw ideas from Spain, France, Morocco, Nicaragua to name just a few. We also create motifs from our own imaginings. That’s why our cement tiles work so beautifully in any environment—from traditional to modern, our clients’ choices are many. Add to that our options for customization, and the architects, designers and homeowners who use our tiles can craft nearly unlimited environments with tile. Inside and out, our cement tiles can make any space more beautiful.

 

Granada TileOur designs reflect a global influence. We draw ideas from Spain, France, Morocco, Nicaragua to name just a few. We also create motifs from our own imaginings. That’s why our cement tiles work so beautifully in any environment—from traditional to modern, our clients’ choices are many. Add to that our options for customization, and the architects, designers and homeowners who use our tiles can craft nearly unlimited environments with tile. Inside and out, our cement tiles can make any space more beautiful.

 
  The Restoration Center  is a small tile company in Seattle, Washington dedicated to producing historically accurate reproductions of American Arts & Crafts tile makers such as Ernest Batchelder and Claycraft. We have also created dozens of new designs in the Arts & Crafts style to complement those historical images that we faithfully reproduce. We pride ourselves on the amount of care and hand work that goes into each and every tile we make, not just for looks, but in the dignified and creative spirit of the early twentieth century.

 

The Restoration Center  is a small tile company in Seattle, Washington dedicated to producing historically accurate reproductions of American Arts & Crafts tile makers such as Ernest Batchelder and Claycraft. We have also created dozens of new designs in the Arts & Crafts style to complement those historical images that we faithfully reproduce. We pride ourselves on the amount of care and hand work that goes into each and every tile we make, not just for looks, but in the dignified and creative spirit of the early twentieth century.

  Feature Tile: The most recent designs are based on the Arts & Crafts Tradition and the Art Nouveau Period. The fireplaces created in this new style are among the most popular installations. Each tile is handmade from stoneware clay, carved into a plaster master mold, and hand-pressed to create an image that has a raised outline. Custom developed stoneware glazes are then hand-painted between the outlines. The glaze colors are soft, rich, and only available from the artist. The finished products are similar to tiles found in many historic homes. Each order can be customized by selecting from a 16-color palette.

 

Feature Tile: The most recent designs are based on the Arts & Crafts Tradition and the Art Nouveau Period. The fireplaces created in this new style are among the most popular installations. Each tile is handmade from stoneware clay, carved into a plaster master mold, and hand-pressed to create an image that has a raised outline. Custom developed stoneware glazes are then hand-painted between the outlines. The glaze colors are soft, rich, and only available from the artist. The finished products are similar to tiles found in many historic homes. Each order can be customized by selecting from a 16-color palette.