Fay Jones Day Tile

(541) 424-3359
www.fayjonesday.com

Services Provided
Handmade tile

Areas Served
US and Canada

Business Description
Fay Jones Day Tile is a small woman owned business. The Artist makes original design Accent tiles primarily for Bungalows and Arts & Crafts Style homes.
Location:
Monroe, OR US 
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Fay Jones Day 
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25111 Webster Avenue
Monroe, OR 97456 
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The Shabby Nest
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July 17, 2014 at 10:49PM   
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I think you should do it!
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lagwagonshow
Carefully pop those oak shelves off and toss them in the fire. Remove all tile, sheetrock and texture the whole thing, use radius corners everywhere. Don't tile this one.

I like the darker wall color, keep it. Paint the shiny brass black or any color other than shiny brass.
July 20, 2014 at 10:05PM   
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Fay Jones Day Tile
The shelves, I think they must have been a substitute for a mantle. But it doesn't work well and just ends up looking strange. Would a mantle be important to you? If not I think I agree with Rachel and Chroma Kitchen. Tile up to the ceiling!
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Merola Tile
Painting tile never really looks as great in practice as it does in theory. Plus, retiling would give it a totally new feel! Stone looks beautiful (especially split-faced material like Keeva posted). Mosaic tile can be really nice too... here's a couple of photos customers have sent us of mosaic installed around their fireplaces, I think it looks fantastic.
July 23, 2014 at 6:23AM   
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Those tiles are rather dull. Whomever chose them was playing it save with neutrals. But If you want to get creative with tile you can make that fireplace a real focal point. What do you have in mind?
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Barb Smith
Not yet,I am going to her house this week some time and can't wait it show her what you have picked out. I am sure she will love it because we have similar taste.It is so nice to get help from someone who has experience in these things.

I love that it can be done like this.

( although I am not that good at navigating the site yet, I love all the ideas in it)!i so much appreciate your help.
July 28, 2014 at 10:23AM   
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Fay Jones Day Tile
You have some beautiful warm colors going on with the floor and mantle. What about using a complimentary color like blue or green?
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jeff1185
Any thoughts?
July 30, 2014 at 3:23PM   
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Jeff- Because I am a tile maker, of course I think you should tile it! The image I attached used to be a brick fireplace. I guess it all depends it you want it to just fade into the background or you want to make it the focal point of the room.
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Red walls? I know that deep wall colors are in fashion now, but will they always be red? Keep in mind that tile can last for 100 years or more. If you are really sure about those colors why not have some custom tiles made with red and white?
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rocketjcat
Love pewabic tile, i have some myself purchased when we lived in detroit. Do you have a picture of the fireplace and some sample tiles you're thinking of?
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I see this is a duplicate post.
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Pamela Rambo
You can paint it the hearth and tile black. 9including inside the firebox itself.This would be classic and will go with anything. Be sure to use the heat resistant paint recommended by the paint store.
August 7, 2014 at 9:24PM   
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Fay Jones Day Tile
What about some tile like your wall color? Or, with that warm floor and wall color you could go for contrast and try a muted blue or green. I believe in using complimentary colors.
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Inn Buffalo: A Nine Suite Inn, in Buffalo, NY
More photos showing color I was considering, Benjamin Moore Bradstreet Beige, view from in bathroom.
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Fay Jones Day Tile
The water theme does seem to fit. I think it's a good rule to choose your interior motifs to go with the outdoor setting of your house. So, If you live in a Woodland area, choose tree or leaf tiles.
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8 Elegant Ideas for a Stairway Wall

Turn an awkward area into a graceful scene with low seating, a pretty wallpaper, just-right tables and more Full Story
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A mosaic mural by Chicago Mosaics will invite people into your home and amaze.
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Yes, You Can Use Brick in the Kitchen

Quell your fears of cooking splashes, cleaning nightmares and dust with these tips from the pros Full Story
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I think brick is gorgeous - however this bit "...and scrubbing with a stiff-bristled brush” turned me off immediately. If I had a choice between "wiping" and "scrubbing" - wiping wins every time. Then the info further down about sealing the grout every year caught my eye. I have people, pets and plants that require my attention and to add a needy backsplash?? Nope. That's simply not going to happen in my household.
August 11, 2014 at 5:40AM     
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Interiors Unleashed
Working with an existing brick corner fireplace in the kitchen below was a design challenge. And the challenge wasn't cleaning the brick!

Choosing other materials and finishes for the kitchen that worked well with the brick was not easy. The lines of the mortar and colors in the brick, combined with the existing beveled edge and walnut pegged red and white oak floor could not be ignored. Brick has a certain heaviness of visual effect -more of less depending on the color and the mortar.

We repeated the walnut pegs of the floor in the design on the lighting and the color and material of the walnut top island. Tile for counter backslashes seemed to compete with the brick shapes and mortar lines no matter what we tried. Using sustainable materials and going for a "green" kitchen, we settled on Ice Stone concrete countertops with recycled glass and mother of pearl. The glass and pearl gave some dimension and interest yet stayed fairly neutral in the white based material. We settled on small mother of peal pieces that were glued to a thin backing in 12"x12" sizes for backsplash. An appropriate adhesive from Laticrete was used to secure the pearl tiles with no grout lines. The backsplash has an acrylic finish.

Although not an easy design task, we were able to update this kitchen, give it some bling, and keep it "green" while maintaining the original structural fireplace and elegant old country house feel of the home.
Kitchen Fireplace Built-in Split Freezer and Refrigerator Functional Environmentally Sensitive Kitchen China Cabinet Virginia Estate Kitchen
August 13, 2014 at 6:51AM     
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Houzz Tour: San Francisco’s Haas-Lilienthal House

Get a rare behind-the-scenes glimpse of this storied Victorian mansion from its decade-long caretaker Full Story
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I toured this house almost twenty years ago and seeing the pictures brought back memories of how stately it was. I have a pen and ink print of it from the gift shop that still hangs in my bedroom and reminds me of how walking through the house felt like you could imagine yourself living there once upon a time.
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What Goes With Wood Cabinets?

Make those high-quality cabinets look their best by pairing them with the right colors and materials Full Story
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What doesn't go with wood?
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Oceanside Glasstile
Oceanside Glasstile is a great compliment to the earthy tones that wood brings to a space.
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mmdugaw
We remodeled our kitchen two years ago and unfortunately the quartz countertops had pitting and cracking stones. After much back and forth, the manufacturer is going to replace them. To remove them means having to remove sink, backsplash, basically starting all over. We live in the Pacific Northwest which means lots of dreary days. So even with a window, skylight and led lighting it can get pretty dark. I decided to go with a lighter countertop, the sample in the pic. This time backsplash will run up entire wall below cabinets on both sides. Please, please fellow houzzers help me with a backsplash that won't fight with the quartz and won't look dated in a year!
August 13, 2014 at 6:47PM     
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Those wood stairs are beautiful. But if you fell down them Ouch!
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summilux
Both wife and I have asthma, allergies and 2 indoor cats. So that's the practical reason for wood. Aesthetically, there's something about wood and how it plays with light.
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Definitely wood. I hate to clean carpet. I would use painted risers though, same as your trim, for an updated look.
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Barbara Stock Interior Design
I'm not familiar with Biltmore tile-this is Ming Green tumbled marble. Try Walker-Zanger for decorative tiles. They have beautiful, subtle colors that would look amazing with this.
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I have some green leafy tiles that you might like. #FayJonesDayTile
August 14, 2014 at 9:08AM   
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Actually, some people like the subway tile. I do not think it can not be used as kitchen backsplash tile. We have a lot tiles for kitchen http://www.aliexpress.com/store/738489
March 13, 2014 at 7:18AM   
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Yes do it! I'm not sure why you think it might be wrong, but here is a link to see some kitchens with subway tile.http://www.houzz.com/subway-tile-backsplash
I am a fan of subway tile because they go really well with my 3" accent tile.
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Catching Up With the Queen of Shabby Chic

Rachel Ashwell defined a style embraced by countless fans over the past 25 years. Find out what she’s turning her sights to now Full Story
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grandmaloraine- I know just what you mean! But since we moved out to house in the country the style seems to make more sense to me.
August 13, 2014 at 7:23AM     
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Shabby chic is not a style, rather a state of mind. Like Rachel it's timeless, clean and very beautiful.
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LOL, I had to back to find the "deer" with the crown of flowers because I missed it (8th picture). I think that poor dead flowered critter is some type of gazelle/ antelope (I googled gazelle) :). To quote chookchook2, "Things that make you go...hmmmm."

I see deer every day as they consider our fields to be their very own "Old Country Buffet" and it looks like a deer on the wall in the sixth picture, though. Funny, I never equated taxidermy with this style. If I walked in and saw Mr/Ms Dead Gazelle, I'd probably faint onto the nearest slipcovered sofa.
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Now Approaching the Emerald City

Urbanites are spraying moss graffiti on walls and covering roofs in plants — and city regulators and designers are supporting the cause Full Story
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Love these ideas!
August 14, 2014 at 6:21AM     
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Janis, you didn't sound rude at all, but allow me to throw Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace in Boston into the ring ;)

This is a really cool ideabook Annie!
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7 Kitchen Flooring Materials to Boost Your Cooking Comfort

Give your joints a break while you're standing at the stove, with these resilient and beautiful materials for kitchen floors Full Story
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For my kitchen I matched red oak hardwood to the existing hardwood floors in the adjacent living room and had them all finished with clear natural Bona sealer. They're holding up well while taking a beating from water, dropped knives and other things. In my view that just makes them match the older existing floor so I'm cool with it. Patina of age is part of my eco-green outlook on life.
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Design Details: Tiled Fireplace Surrounds

Give the Hearth a Beautiful Finish With Colorful Glass, Ceramic or Classic Stone Tile Full Story
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drfontes1960- What color is the stove? Can you just use the same color , that is under the stove for the tile on the wall behind!
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Stove is black
No more tile left of the burnt red color just had enough for raised floor under the stove and any possible replacements needed for breakage..
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8 Fireplace Designs for a Radiant Master Bedroom

Sleeping quarters get glowing with fireplaces from subtle to splendorous, creating a most luxurious air of comfort Full Story
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All this uncovered windows in the bedroom #1, 2, 4 glaring as black holes at night gives me uncomfortable feeling; even though I don't afraid of darkness. Fireplace in the bedroom just wonderful.
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Lori70- Your comment is very practical. I read in bed at night, and some people watch TV in bed. But It doesn't make sense to have a fire for only a couple of hours. I like to sleep in a cool room with plenty of blankets. But the IDEA of a fireplace in the bedroom is cozy.
August 10, 2014 at 9:20AM   
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Corner Fireplaces Give Rooms a Design Edge

Maximizing unused space, opening a floor plan, creating a focal point ... corner fireplaces offer more advantages than just heat and light Full Story
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Don't like the room but is a corner fireplace.
July 17, 2014 at 3:15PM   
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I never considered the advantage of a corner fireplace! I'm all for saving space. Thanks for explaining the concept .
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Living on the Edge of the Wild

When Mother Nature is your neighbor, the possibilities — and responsibilities — can be that much greater Full Story
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Here are a few others which I took living by the Hudson River for a full year in Schuylerville, New York
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I am so happy with the tiles I bought from Fay Jones Day. They are beautiful! I am installing them in three rooms in my renovated 1935 craftsman bungalow. E...
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I enjoyed working with Fay to complete exactly the look we were going for in our modern bungalow. She responded to questions and concerns rapidly and professio...
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We ordered a Welcome tile from Fay to insert in the stone base of a column on a craftsman house we are building. It arrived carefully packaged right when Fay s...
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I have been working with Fay Jones Day Tile for many years. We showcase and sell her welcome signs and accent tiles in our tile showroom. She makes wonderful Ar...
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I was so pleased with these tiles! We used the "chocolate maple leaf tiles" for our cook top backsplash and our mantel around the fireplace. The tiles are bea...
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Josh Blanc at Clay Squared really knows his way around tile. He is a handmade tile maker himself, as well as a business owner and president of the Handmade Tile...
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