Clay Squared to Infinity represents the major historic reproduction tiles for house built from the 1890's to the 1950's. Our goal is to ensure owners of period homes and historically significant buildings have authentic reproductions to choose from. Josh Blanc's extensive knowledge of American tile history can help you with color selections, design issues and installation challenges.
Being historic does not mean it has to be expensive. With our range of companies we work with, we offer you affordable options. Historic tile lines start at $12 a square foot, shipping always included. Visit our showroom to see samples and take them home to view for free.
Don't live near our showroom? We have a sample program gives you up to 5 color samples for $12.75 shipping included.
Mid-century Tile tiles are reproductions tiles for homes build between 1920 - 1950's. The Mid-century home. Post-War homes were made famous by Pink, Green, Aqua and Yellow tiles. Behives and hotdishes were hot! Bring back your home to its original glory with B&W tiles. They offer glazed product lines including over 48 different colors. You can order samples or come into our showroom and check them out with our two week free sample program.
Only need a couple tiles to replace? Mid-century tiles are only a couple dollars each and make remodeling inexpensive.
Tile prices range from $12 to $30 a square foot for most colors and sizes.
Mid-century homes are about to make a huge comeback in popularity, so make sure to replace your bathrooms with original tiles to maintain the value of your historic home. Earthtone just won't work.
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Subway Ceramics offers exact matches of tiles made from the 1890's to the 1930's. These vintage tile that are 3/8" thick, with a flat surface and square edges. The Subway Ceramics collection of traditional subway tile, moldings and accessories. You can see examples of this tile in the book Bungalow Bathrooms by author Jane Powell and photographer Linda Svendsen.
Prices include shipping anywhere in the United States!
Clay Squared to Infinity has samples of all the colors at our showroom for you to view and take out on approval.
Don't live near our showroom? We have a sample program that gives you up to 5 color samples for just $12.75 shipping included.
American Restoration Tile, manufacturer of authentic historic flat, square edged unglazed porcelain tile, mounted on mesh for easy installation. The American Restoration line also duplicates patterns, borders, corners, and medallions for new construction meant to recreate the feel of the past and revive vintage buildings. Visit our showroom to view samples. Click here to see prices and options available
One of the most durable floor tiles Americans have used for more than 100 years is the unglazed quarry tile. Clay Squared represents Seneca is the largest producer of authentically handmade tiles in the United States since 1906. Seneca uses historic kilns and traditional techniques to the task of creating Seneca Handmold and Quarry Paver tiles. The kilns are often used to impart the timeless look to these remarkable tiles. At the left, craftsmen beat clay into wooden molds.
We carry two series the Unglazed Unflashed Quarry Paver tiles are the most uniform group of unglazed tiles and are characterized by solid colors ranging from light dark.
Also the Unglazed Ironspot Quarry Paver tiles, which has naturally occuring iron in the clay comes to the surface during flashing and form distinctive flecks which creates a beautiful range of textures.
Prices ranging from $11 to $30 a square foot, shipping always included. With a full range of sizes from a 1" x 1" to 12" x 12" including trims, bullnoses, hexagons, octogons, pentagons and rhomboids. Click here to order.
Tile 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.
Ernest Allan Batchelder was a leading designer of the American Arts & Crafts movement, already well known when he founded his own tile company in Pasadena, California in 1909. After studying at the School of Arts and Crafts in Birmingham, England, he taught at the Harvard Summer School of Design, organized the Handicraft Guild in Minneapolis, where he taught summer courses, and directed the department of arts and crafts at Throop Polytechnic Institute in Pasadena, California.
You might have a Batchelder installation in your house and not even know it.
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