brick tile - thank you K&BB; we love our- liberty - tiles, too!
we couldn't be happier to have discovered the following FULL PAGE photo of liberty, our series of glazed brick tile in this month's issue of K&BB.
just hitting the stands is the july/august K&BB, (kitchen and bath business) filled with all the great things they always share to the trade and consumers alike. if you are putting together a new kitchen, this is a great resource and clé is proud to be included.
in this editorial feature titled- "what's hot in backsplashes", we would have to agree, glazed brick tiles are some of the best of subway tiles. and our workshop series is one of the most fun and urban series of them all.
we love the wonderful colors and juicy glazes. so if you're looking for a handmade artisan tile that will give some urban fashion to your 'splash, this tile is from one of the best handmade tile studios in northern california. and with no minimum orders, no splash is too small.
we are also pleased to announce the debut of our photographer- luca - who has just had this first full page publication of his work at the ripe old age of 15 (and a half)!! good going luca!! with an iphone and a great imagination, luca has been helping make photography magic for clé.
so this month we are excited for luca and excited to share liberty to all you kitchen and bath remodelers. recycled clay is only one of the charms of this subway tile. please be sure to comment here with any questions you may have about liberty by mcintyre. we also welcome calls if you have any questions regarding all the many ways to use these glazed brick tiles.
clé was very fortunate to be singled out for a great, detailed look at workshop by mcintyre. please click here to read blogpost from gold notes. jamie goldberg is a gifted interior designer and industry expert.
we truly enjoyed scouring this issue of K&BB. along with some interesting new plumbing fixtures, we really loved this great kitchen island from lando.
stunningly crafted with details so simple and functional, this kitchen island and matching cabinets has us wondering more about the studio of master craftsman from tuscany, italia. man, italian craftsmanship. is there anything that defines elegance and high design as well? anyone know have any more info on them? we'd love to know more.