Besides being the heart of the home, the fireplace is considered one of the home’s major interior architectural features and can set both the mood and the style of the room. Whether starting from scratch or modifying an existing fireplace, taking the time to learn about fireplaces both past and present will give you the guidance to determine what style will best fit your home and you.
This tiled fireplace is in the brand new showroom for Castle Building & Remodeling, Inc at 2600 Johnson St NE. Designed by Katie Jaydan ASID Interior Designer. She chose 2" x 4" Avocado Field Tile to make the fireplace the center piece of this beautiful room.
Placing art over fireplaces has been in vogue for as long as people have been enjoying thier fireplaces. Contemporary fireplaces have been expanding the idea of the look and feel of fire with a more modern and sleak look. Cosmic Clouds and Cosmic Spots are a perfect fit for spaces like this. Pick your cosmics for your space
This fabulous fireplace was commissioned by the Putre family. Made with just simple shapes 2x4 and 4x4 into a basket weave pattern it makes a elegant stated fireplace with a beautiful quarter sawn oak mantle made by the homeowner.
One of Clay Squared's first fireplaces, Designed by David Heide Design. Special size bricks were designed to fit the space and custom colored medieval floral tiles are the accents. Colors used for field tile Oatmeal.
As Americans we love instant gratification. Clay Squared is there for you with thousands of tiles in stock. You can come in and find tiles for your fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. Designer Lynne Stryker of Spaces into Places, a long time fan of Clay Squared, had the creative urge to work on her own fireplace, came in recently and picked out all of her tiles for her fireplace and made it happen. Stop in when you are insprired and see what you can create.
Commissioned by McDill's family this is one of three projects done for their house in Grand Junction, Colorado. This fireplace is a great example of simple field tile turned on point and great color choices to make a fireplace stand out. A project like this is under $200!
This Arts and Crafts green fireplace with leaf accents was is one of three projects Clay Squared did for the Thene family. When remodeling their bungalow house the couple wanted to keep with the period of the home. Using Avocado Green matches much of the matte greens used in the early 1900's and Clay Squared leaf tiles as accents really made this fireplace come alive.