Color Mixes - customize the look of your brick tile floor, wall, or ceiling
We use the same high-fire red clay for all our brick tiles to make them strong and durable, and the beautiful color variations come from other clay powders, oxides, and wood ashes fired into the tiles, as well as reduction firing of the tiles in a gas kiln. Sometimes where the tiles are in the kiln will affect the colors of the clay, or how the kiln is loaded will affect where the gas flames lick around the stacks of tiles. As a result, every tile is unique, making your ceramic brick floor, wall or ceiling one-of-a-kind.
Everything project we do is custom, according to your vision for your home or business. You can either use the suggestions below or request your own combinations. The sealers you choose can also affect color and shine, and the grout colors will change the look of your project. We can talk through all these options with you to help your project turn out just as you imagine.
These color mixes represent some of our most popular color combinations. Most are named for towns in Southeastern Pennsylvania, near the home of Inglenook Tile Design.
This mix is the most sedate of all our mixes. All the pieces are in the standard/plain color, with variation coming from where the hot and cool spots are in the kiln.
Savannah - as the only color mix named for a town outside Pennsylvania - honors the stately brick homes and riverfront buildings of Savannah, GA. Savannah celebrates the chipping white paint adorning many of these brick buildings, as well as those found in other areas of the South. Savannah is typically mixed with our standard brick red tones.