July 4, 2017
New for summer from California-based favorite Fireclay Tile, the Agrarian Collection takes inspiration from the landscape of the company’s backyard in Aromas.
A region rife with farms, Aromas offers a unique aesthetic palette for artistic inspiration and invention.
However, the Agrarian Collection defies expectations. The new patterns are based on aerial photographs of the region. From this bird’s-eye view 10,000 feet above the earth, “a variety of shapes, colors and sizes come together to make an idyllic patchwork quilt-like effect.”
The designs unfurl in a geometric smorgasbord—linear patterns, cones, grids, circles, and half-circles combined and re-imagined in a multitude of clever and alluring styles.
Fireclay offers the Agrarian Collection in three colorways. Featuring a minimum of 50% recycled content, the tiles are hand-glazed on a red clay body. For more information, see Fireclay Tile.
Posted July 4, 2017 by Joseph Starr