has expanded its Debris Tile Series to include two new designs called Picket and Wave.
Inspired by the beauty of recurring patterns in everyday life, Picket and Wave are two new tile designs by Fireclay Tile.
Forming part of the Debris Series, Wave and Picket are made from over 70 percent recycled content that is sourced within 200 miles of Fire Clay's sustainable manufacturing facility. Materials include; recycled waste glass, recycled granite dust, recycled spent abrasives and most recently post consumer plumbing fixtures destined for the landfill.Utilizing time honored techniques and modern technology mixed with American craftsmanship, both products are handmade within one of Fireclay's two day-lit, open-air factories where the company reuses everything including clays, glazes and wastewater.
Inspired by the Pacific Ocean, the graceful pattern of Wave floats freely across a surface to create a calming effect in walls, floors, fountains, and accent features in indoor or outdoor applications.
Picket is a beautifully articulated design that makes an opulent yet contemporary statement. Picket's contoured pattern is ideal for floors, walls, fountains and accent features that will enhance any indoor or outdoor setting.
Available in gloss and satin matte finishes, the new collection includes a wide-ranging color palette of of 80 natural, lead-free glazes that provides limitless creative potential in residential, retail, and hospitality spaces.
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About the manufacturer: Founded in 1986 by its Chief Ceramicist, Paul Burns, Fireclay Tile offers ceramic, brick and glass tile materials that are unique, affordable, and sustainable. Using locally sourced and recycled materials, Fireclay utilizes time honored techniques and modern technology to create 100% of their own product. From the recycled clay base of the Debris Series to its own unique, lead-free glazes which are mixed in-house. Fireclay has worked with trusted commercial partners such as Whole Foods, Starbucks and Google for over 10 years. All product lines contribute to achieving LEED credits. Fireclay aims to be a triple bottom line company that ensures it considers the environment and its employees' well-being into every decision the business makes.