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Thanks For Using E & S Tile

Thank you for your registering your project with us! Everitt & Schilling is the finest wood wall tile anywhere and we are certain that the addition of E&S to your project will be a signature design feature. We know that building relationships within the design community is an imperative portion of our business and we really value the fact that you took some time out to let us know about the project you are working on. As soon as we can, we will have our team enter this into our system so that when the job comes through we can notify you or re-route the project back through your network. While you wait for our incredible team to contact you, take a few minutes and watch this video that shows off how much goes into each piece of tile. What you will soon be holding in your hands or putting on your wall has been touched a minimum of 64 times for each piece of tile by our artisans in Colorado. As you explore more to find out about this incredible tile, be sure to visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or find out why we started our company.

 

Thanks again for taking some time out to register this project, we are thrilled that you have chosen E&S Tile in your design! Be sure to visit our project gallery of Wood Wall Tile to see how these amazing American made tiles will soon be transforming your design!  You can also download our Catalog so you can see the variety of recycled wood tile we have to offer.


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Wood Texture Tiles

An incredible trend in design is the look of wood.  Companies that have specialized in ceramic and porcelain tiles have introduced the look of wood in their lines for a few years now but have also struggled to find the perfect blend of texture, color and design.  Everitt and Schilling is changing all of that in the market.  Our real wood tile has all of what the design world is looking for…the texture, color and quality of real wood!  E & S tile now allows for anyone to not have to settle for a tile that looks like wood in their design or making a compromise and purchasing a wood texture tile.  Take  a look at the depth and dimension that is provided in each of our hand crafted wood wall tiles!

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Small Bathroom Ideas

Need ideas for a small bathroom?  In design some of the hardest spaces to design around are the areas that feel the most constrained.  Sometimes a space like a small powder room or an undersized master bath are the very spaces that need the most thoughtful attention.  Everitt & Schilling Tile is exactly the right solution for this conundrum!  By using a small amount of material in a natural product such as our recycled barnwood tile or our up-cycled hardwood tile you can instantly transform these troubling small bathroom spaces.  Take a look at this gallery of great ideas and then contact us for more information on how simple it is to transform these challenging spaces.

Use a small wainscot of our reclaimed wood wall tile to change a small space and get the warm feeling of wood within minutes.  Our wall tiles come on our proprietary backer that can be installed with ultra-light thinset or construction adhesive.

By using an incredible material like barnwood, you can immediately bring the warmth of a natural material into a space and make a room feel better and highly designed.  Wood is unique and beautiful and with our ceramic coating, safe for any splash application in a small bathroom.

Check out this wall treatment!  Just a small amount of our herringbone wood wall tile, could make an immediate impact on the back wall of a small powder bathroom or solve your difficult small master bathroom problem.

Our natural hardwood tile is an amazing texture for any space.  Here this small application makes the room dynamic and beautiful and it didn’t require a massive overhaul of the space prior to its installation.  With the perforated backing material, our tiles can be installed over just about any substrate without much preparation.  It’s lightweight and easy to install and is a price competitive alternative to other wall treatments.  Can you imagine something like this in your design?  What a great solution to your small bathroom problem!

And finally could you imagine what this kind of treatment could do on the ceiling of your small bathroom!  This material is an instant statement and combines an incredible look with an amazing story.  Each tile is touched a minimum of 64 times as it moves from standing to barn to shipped tile material.  For a small cost and with a little creativity, Everitt & Schilling wood wall tile is the perfect solution for your small bathroom space!

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Worlds Finest Wall Tile

Thank you for your inquiry! Everitt & Schilling is the finest wood wall tile anywhere. While you wait for our incredible team to contact you, take a few minutes and watch this video that shows off how much goes into each piece of tile. What you will soon be holding in your hands or putting on your wall has been touched a minimum of 64 times for each piece of tile by our artisans in Colorado. As you explore more to find out about this incredible tile, be sure to visit our Frequently Asked Questions page or find out why we started our company.

 

A member of our team will be with you shortly to help get you all of the information that you need. Be sure to visit our project gallery of Wood Wall Tile to see how these amazing American made tiles will soon be transforming your design!  You can also download our Catalog so you can see the variety of recycled wood tile we have to offer.


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Herringbone Backsplash Tile made of Recycled Wood

One of todays most popular looks for tile design is the Herringbone Pattern.  Elegant and classic, this pattern has seen a resurgence in the last few years because of its beauty and ability to blend with so many incredible styles.  Everitt & Schilling is proud to offer two different kinds of herringbone pattern tiles – Our recycled barnwood tile called Mulberry and our exciting new product for 2014, Tanglewood.  Take a look at some of the many ways to use the herringbone tile pattern.

Contact us today to see how to use our recycled barnwood and hardwood tiles in your next project!



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E&S Featured on “Kitchen Crashers”

An artsy couple gets the kitchen of their dreams: a sexy, retro styled space complete with a lounge area and area to cook?

Alison Victoria, host of "Kitchen Crashers"

Alison Victoria, host of “Kitchen Crashers”

To achieve big things in this tiny space, “Kitchen Crashers” host Alison Victoria has to make the most of what she has by extending the cabinets to the ceiling, covering a window with new cabinetry, re-structuring the seating area and building out an existing pantry using pipes and wood.

To add style to the space, Alison brings in dark flooring and even darker gray cabinetry that matches exactly with the paint color. To spice up the cabinetry, Alison fills the upper doors with a DIY antiqued mirror project that causes a few headaches to figure out. A 3D reclaimed wood backsplash, surprise throwback refrigerator, built-in speaker system and re-furbished custom chairs make this kitchen a place where this couple can cook breakfast, have cocktails, entertain and hang out.

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Art Influence: the Group of Seven

“Red Maple,” 1914, by A.Y. Jackson

Tile has an inescapable connection to the natural world, in its material connection to earth and fire, and in our desire to create textures in our homes that are available only through the designs and creations of nature herself.

Maybe that’s why we’ve long been fans of the work of Canada’s Group of Seven artists–a group of Canadian landscape artists who believed a very close connection to nature would help distinguish their techniques and even define a new “school” of painting.  Their success resulted in widespread influence among succeeding generations of artists.

“Mount Lefroy” by James E. H. MacDonald

The Group of Seven — sometimes known as the Algonquin school — was a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to 1933, originally consisting of Franklin Carmichael (1890–1945), Lawren Harris (1885–1970), A. Y. Jackson (1882–1972), Frank Johnston (1888–1949), Arthur Lismer (1885–1969), J. E. H. MacDonald (1873–1932), and Frederick Varley (1881–1969). Later, A. J. Casson (1898–1992) was invited to join in 1926; Edwin Holgate (1892–1977) became a member in 1930; and LeMoine Fitzgerald (1890–1956) joined in 1932. (Souce: Wikipedia)

 

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Designer Amy Laner on Parkwood Tile

Parkwood TileYou have used whitewash parkwood in a few of your latest designs, what do you like about that particular tile from Everitt & Schilling.

Whitewash Parkwood captures a “repurposed refined” look that offers a shabby chic impression. The distressed whitewashed finished reveals a slight warmth of the wood, yet the smooth face and clean-cut edges of the material collectively creates a final product unlike any of our other products.

You use E & S Products often in your designs.  What are your three favorite qualities about the tiles, and how do they help your design process?

1: Texture!! This quality is key and adds the element of visual appeal and that urge to touch these amazing and stimulating materials. Also don’t forget its sound absorbing capabilities. It’s my favorite-looking soundboard for sure.  Say goodbye to plain and common!

2: Timeless… Wood is a material that can, and in our opinion should, be incorporated into all design concepts. Given the options available in the E&S line, the flexibility of color, finish, texture, pattern, and size allows this material to be any space.

3: The story behind material! We find our clients seek not only great design and function but also purpose. Knowing the story creates a sense of pride and a desire to tell the background to everyone. From the reclaimed and re-purposed story behind E&S products, to the story of the company’s roots and the locally handcrafted origins, this product is show-and-tell worthy! Ask the owner/entrepreneurs themselves about their family investment and creating products that start with local scraps and become community treasures!

Why do your clients like Everitt & Schilling Tile?

Like it? They love it! For everybody from architects to do-it-yourselfers, E&S Wood Tiles are making dream designs happen across the nation. It’s the design element that truly allows our clients to love the space they are in!

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Parkwood Tile

Contact Us for More Information About Parkwood and Our Extensive Line of Handcrafted Wood Tiles

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Celebrating Handmade: Moulton Bikes

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The Moulton Bicycle is the original full-suspension, separable, small- wheeled, high performance bicycle.

Today’s small-wheeled cycles owe a debt of gratitude to the original Moulton ‘F’ frame, designed by Dr. Alex Moulton in the mid-20th century in England.  From the beginning, the bikes used front and rear suspension systems for improved comfort and performance.

The video below illustrates the craftsmanship that goes into producing these celebrated and quirky machines, which are not only used in racing but have been called ” the best touring bicycle in the world.”

 

 

MOULTON BICYCLE COMPANY – MADE IN ENGLAND from WellPlastic Films on Vimeo.