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Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
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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 recycled denim insulation to LED lighting and motion sensor dimmers and fans to the solar panels up on the roof and the ultra-efficient heat pump heating/cooling and hot water systems. The Debris Series features over 112 glaze c...More
“Tile” — Layne Art & Interiors
Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
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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 recycled denim insulation to LED lighting and motion sensor dimmers and fans to the solar panels up on the roof and the ultra-efficient heat pump heating/cooling and hot water systems. The Debris Series features over 112 glaze c...More
“Tile” — Layne Art & Interiors
Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
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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 recycled denim insulation to LED lighting and motion sensor dimmers and fans to the solar panels up on the roof and the ultra-efficient heat pump heating/cooling and hot water systems. The Debris Series features over 112 glaze c...More
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Ecohistorical Homes Kitchen Backsplash / Fireclay Tile Debris Series
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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 recycled denim insulation to LED lighting and motion sensor dimmers and fans to the solar panels up on the roof and the ultra-efficient heat pump heating/cooling and hot water systems. The Debris Series features over 112 glaze...More
“Tile” — Layne Art & Interiors
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