798 fireclay Home Design Photos

Howells Architecture + Design, LLC
8 Reviews
Alameda Kitchen Remodel
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reminiscent of the fireclay sink in our showroom.
The basics: Fireclay is a clay-based material that's coated with a heavy glaze; together they're fired in a kiln at a superhigh temperature (upward of
durable and nonporous material that's ideal for sinks.Cost: For kitchens fireclay sinks often come in a farmhouse style. The price range is $450 to $1,000
“Blue tile” — thomas97101
Kingston Design Remodeling
5 Reviews
Design-Build
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fireclay sink, durable and easy to clean alternative to porcelain
Fireclay Manufactured from clay fired at an extremely high temperature, fireclay sinks are highly resistant to scratches
Apron front fireclay sink in contemporary kitchen. Would it work
Fireclay sink Best for white sinks. Highly restant to scratches, staining and chipping.
FireclayManufactured from clay fired at an extremely high temperature, fireclay sinks are highly resistant to scratches, staining and chipping. Cleanup
recommend for anyone who wants a white kitchen sink.Cost: $400 to $1,000More: Fireclay Brims with Heavy Duty Character
“Love the stove and cook top” — duggo1974
Alice Lane Home Collection
4 Reviews
Private Residence
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Backsplash - by Fireclay - color is Fennel.
Fennel by fireclay tile...Fireclay tiles...Tile fennel fireclay...fireclay tile?...Fireclay tile Fennel
“backsplash” — plmitchell4
live-work-play
4 Reviews
contemporary bath
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I'd like to know which line and color from Fireclay Tile. Thanks!
This is Fireclay Tile. Thanks for your question.
Fireclay Tile is an industry leader in recycled-content ceramic tile. Its Debris
handmolded, which results in lovely natural color variations. And all of Fireclay's tiles are finished with lead-free glazes.
Fireclay Tile is an industry leader in recycled-content ceramic tile. Its Debris series, used in this bath, combines 60 percent recycled content from
handmolded, which results in lovely natural color variations. And all of Fireclay's tiles are finished with lead-free glazes.
Fireclay green tiles for guest bath
“Fireclay” — dawdlinmama
LOCZIdesign
6 Reviews
Eclectic Diamond Heights Home —Kitchen Area Detail
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custom designed the layout with one of our favorite local eco tile company: Fireclay Tile. ...
fireclay tile - beautiful (pricey) backsplash
Using fireclay tile with a crackle finish, Loczi designed a batik-inspired backsplash that goes all the way up to the ceiling. The tile setter started
Fireclay tile...Beautiful fireclay tile pattern
“Tile” — castlestyle
debtex
My kitchen
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steel–lined countertops can all stand up to heavy family use.Backsplash: fireclay tile, Crater Lake
fireclay tile, Crater Lake...Fireclay Debris Crater...crater lake fireclay...fireclay crater lake...fireclay tile
“hanging pots and pans” — piglet1126
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
75 Reviews
Historical Colonial in Pasadena
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Hi there. This is Allia fireclay undermount sink by Rohl in white. Here is the link with specifIcations
Fireclay sinks are durable and good pick if you want a white sink
Advantages: When it comes to durability and attractiveness, a fireclay sink certainly fits the bill. Resistant to acids, alkalies, chips and scratches
“Faucet” — caseymiesiko
Fireclay Tile
13 Reviews
Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
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Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
1902 Colonial Revival in San Francisco. Fireclay’s Debris Tile was part of a completely “green” redesign, from reclaimed flooring to zero-VOC foam and
porcelain from San Francisco and San Jose. All products are handmade within Fireclay's day-lit, open air factory where the company reuses everything including
or email info@fireclaytile.com. We're happy to chat with you to see if Fireclay Tile will work for your project.
Fireclay Tile - made from recycled content
Fireclay Tile has been an industry leader in sustainable tile since 1988, when the company changed to lead-free glazes. Its Debris series combines 60 percent
“backslash and crown molding” — rutzie
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