Pewabic Tile*

Detroit's National Historic Landmark Pottery, Store, Gallery, Museum, & Education Studio. Nonprofit enriching the human spirit through clay. Est. 1903. *This…
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a fireplace with a television above it in a living room
Pewabic Tile | Charcoal Den Fireplace — Black and Gray glazes combine to create a timeless design
This timeless Pewabic Tile fireplace and hearth are made up entirely of 3x3 and 4x4 field tile blends of Gunmetal, Obsidian, and Onyx architectural glazes. The simplistic elegance of this installation works perfectly alongside the details of the painted wood fireplace mantle surround. It is the perfect source of warmth and inspiration in this family den. Tiles used: 3x3 and 4x4 field tiles Glazes: Gunmetal, Obsidian, and Onyx glazes
a black stove top oven sitting inside of a kitchen next to white cabinets and counter tops
Pewabic Tile | Modern Herringbone Backsplash — Hand crafted smokey gray tiles create a timeless look
This traditional kitchen feels timeless and contemporary with a neutral palette featuring a gray 2x6 Pewabic Tile backsplash. The combined use of subway and herringbone tile patterns in 2x6 tiles gives this space an updated feel. The vertical herringbone pattern behind the stove extends all the way to the ceiling to accentuate the room's height. Photographer: James Haefner Glaze: A32 Smoke Tiles: 2x6 field in a single herringbone pattern and 2x6 field in staggered brick/subway pattern
a living room with a fire place and two chairs
Pewabic Tile | Oak Leaf Fireplace — Hand crafted tile in rich warm browns accented by oak leaf trim
Here Pewabic Tiles in a traditional arts and crafts glaze color palette create an inviting focal point for family to gather around. Iroquois blend 3x3 tiles with iridescent accents are accented with an oak leaf border and 2x2 acorn motif. Glazes Used: A18 Mustard, A42 Chestnut, A84 Bark, Fer3 Cinnamon, J1 Deep Rust, BG5 Iridescent Blush Tiles Used: 2x2, 3x3, 2x4, 6x6, 9041 Trim, 3x6 Oak Leaf Border, B042 Mantel Cap
Four photos show a kitchen with white shaker style cabinets and white marble counter with a cream Pewabic Tile backsplash of 3x3 tiles set in a brick pattern. Above the stove a square accent features large navy colored 4x8 tiles with gray, brown, black and creme tiles in a range of small special sizes resulting in a tile feature that feels like a stained glass window. Kitchen Backsplash, White Cabinets, Frank Lloyd, Stained Glass Windows, Old House, The Star
Pewabic Tile | Wright Inspired Backsplash — Hand crafted tiles in creams with a special stove accent
This kitchen backsplash features a custom, subtle blend of Pewabic 3x3 tiles in a variety of white and cream glaze colors. This backslash against white cabinets sets a stunning backdrop for the star of the room—a stove accent wall inspired by a Frank Lloyd stained glass window. Photographer: EEBerger Glazes: A2 Charcoal, A7 Marine, A32 Smoke, A42 Chestnut, A98 Vanilla, J1 Deep Rust, S1 Cloud Tiles : 9098 1x6 Trim, 9098 Dots, 9098 1x3 Trim, 3x3, 3x6, Special Slab Cuts
a stove top oven sitting inside of a kitchen next to a counter with utensils on it
Pewabic Tile | Iridescent Blue Kitchen Niche — Hand crafted tiles in Iridescent blues, and charcoal
An Iridescent Blue-glazed Pewabic Tile niche creates a functional, recessed work of art behind the stove in this otherwise neutral kitchen. Various blues coordinate with the colorful Iridescent glazed tiles to create this visual accent shelf for favorite cooking spices and oils amidst the neutral stone backsplash. Photographer: James W Parker Glazes: Peacock, Gunmetal, Marine, Ocean, Iridescent Blue Tiles: 3x3 tiles, 2x6 tiles, linear trims, 2x2 embossed tiles
the kitchen counter is clean and ready for us to use
Pewabic Tile | Lake Huron Kitchen Backsplash — Hand crafted tile blend in blues & iridescent glazes
Inspired by Lake Huron, this Pewabic Tile kitchen backsplash combines a custom blend of blue and iridescent glazes on 3x3 tiles. 3x6 tiles and a row of iridescent trim frames out the countertop. 3x3 embossed accent tiles throughout add to the charm of this one-of-a-kind backsplash. The mix of glaze colors and surfaces gives the feel of light reflecting off the lake as sunlight moves across the space. Photographers: EEBerger Glazes: Mix blues & iridescent glazes Tiles: 3x3, 3x6, 1x6 border
a bathroom with green and white tile on the floor, sink and toilet in it
Pewabic Tile | Peacock Tile Bathroom — Hand crafted hexagon tiles in peacock & iridescent glazes
This bathroom installation blends a range of Pewabic Tiles in blues and greens and Aurora Iridescent glaze in a half wall. Aurora has a striking depth akin to the iridescent feathers of a peacock. Custom-cut trim in glossy Ocean glaze and Aurora Iridescent add a bit of flair to finish the design. Photos by: James W. Parker Tiles: 4x4, 3x4, 2x4, Hex, and Half-Hex tiles Glazes: A9 - Peacock, A22C - Pewabic Blue, A22B - Pewabic Green, F43 - Ocean, and BG5/G15 (thick) Iridescent Aurora
a fireplace with a painting on the wall above it
Pewabic Tile | Iridescent Accent Fireplace — 3x3 and Hexagon Tiles dazzle with a custom color blend
Vibrant, full of life, and unique–– this Pewabic Tile fireplace is an artistic gathering place! Custom-cut hexagon and 1/2 hexagon tiles add intrigue on the hearth. Iridescent accents allow the sun to reflect on the surface, changing the look of the entire design depending on where the light comes in. This design allows color to add dynamic energy to a simple installation. Photographer: Tiles: 3x3 field tile, custom hexagon, and 1/2 hexagon tiles Glazes: Marine, Peacock, Ocean, Gunmetal,
a living room with a fire place and bookshelves on the wall above it
Pewabic Tile | Heritage Pattern Fireplace — Greens and Iridescent glazed tiles in a design
This Pewabic Tile fireplace has neo-futuristic design elements that nod to Eero Saarinen. It is elemental & natural; balancing modern & surreal details. Matte & iridescent glazes on this fireplace hearth allowings the flame light to reflect dynamic and interesting patterns. Glazes Used : G41 Fog, A11 Bayleaf, A45 Laurel, BG5/G15, and Iridescent Aurora Matte Photographer: Jim Haefner Tiles: 2x2 Geometric, 6x6, 4x4, 2x4, and 2x6 field tiles Saarinen: BG5/G15 thin IRD Aurora Matte
Image of a entryway floor from above with a mixture of 4x4, 2x4, and 2x2 Pewabic tiles arranged in a random looking pattern. The front door is open allowing sunlight to bathe the red, brown and gold tiles and reflect of the texture of the hand crafted tile surfaces. A spider plant sits on a plant stand against the wall across from the open door. Foyer Floor, Iridescent Tiles, Iridescent Tile, Foyer Flooring, Foyer Design, Accent Tile
Pewabic Tile | Warm Foyer Floor — Hand crafted tiles in reds, browns and gold glazes
This inviting foyer floor installation of Pewabic Tiles makes the perfect first impression to welcome you home. The design is balanced, eye-catching, and uses a cozy autumnal color palette with accents of 2x2 embossed Blush Iridescent tiles arranged in a historic inspired heritage pattern. Photographer: James W. Parker Tiles: 4x4, 2x4, and 2x2 field tiles with 2x2 geo-embossed accent tiles Glazes: FeRx3 - Cinnamon, A84 - Bark, A2 - Charcoal, A109 - Pine, and BG5 - Blush Iridescent
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place in the middle of a wooden floor
Pewabic Tile | Saarinen Scarab Fireplace — Hand crafted tile blend in blues & iridescent glazes
This Pewabic Tile three-sided fireplace extends from floor to ceiling, creating a visual anchor for this open floor plan living space. An Iridescent Scarab tile is prominently featured on the front side surrounded by a custom tile layout and a unique tile pattern mirrored on both sides. This design took inspiration from the Eliel Saarinen Fireplace comprised of Pewabic Tile located at Cranbrook. Photographer: James W. Parker Glazes: Laurel, Charcoal, Smoke, and Aurora Iridescent
a living room with a fire place and couches in front of a painting on the wall
Pewabic Tile | Historic Revival Fireplace — Hand crafted tile blend in blues & iridescent glazes
The clients — long time Pewabic lovers — wished to add a piece of Detroit's architectural design history to their historic revival home. Pewabic Tiles in blue glazes, with iridescent & gunmetal accents & pencil trim, combine to create a geometric pattern that brings the feeling of water & the sky inside. Photographer: James W. Parker Glazes: Peacock, Gunmetal, Marine, Ocean, Iridescent Blue Tiles: 3x3 field tiles and linear trims create balanced details.
a table with a lamp on it next to a window
Pewabic | Heritage Collection ceramic Celtic Lamp in several glazes, perfect intimate lighting needs
A nod to Pewabic’s earliest days, when founder Mary Chase Perry Stratton designed lamps as one of our first products, the Celtic Lamp timelessly delivers classic Pewabic style to your bedside table or favorite reading nook. Based on our Celtic Vase design and wired and assembled by Michael's Lamp Shop in Lathrup Village, Mich., which specializes in vintage and restoration lighting and lampshades. 16-17" tall with shade Handcrafted in Detroit Available in Sorrel, Cinnamon, Pumice, or Birch
a living room with a fire place next to a painting on the wall and two nightstands
Pewabic Tile | Luxurious Bedroom Fireplace — Hand crafted tile blend in iridescent and blue glazes
Glaze is the star of this Pewabic Tile fireplace installation. The Iridescent-glazed tiles offset the fields of varying blues. The alternation between high-gloss and iridescent glaze surfaces creates a breathtaking design that reflects the sunlight throughout the day. Photographer: Jim Haefner Glazes: BG5/G15 Aurora Gloss, F8 Lake Michigan Photographer: Jim Haefner Tiles: 3x3 and 2x2 field tiles Accent tile glazes: B40 Patina, F8 Lake Michigan, F18 Glacier, A45 Laurel, and F43 Ocean
a fireplace in a living room with blue and green tiles
Pewabic Tile | Blended Blue and Green Fireplace — featuring medium floral accent tiles & custom cuts
This Pewabic Tile fireplace combines a blue and green custom blend of field tiles with embossed floral and mural details. The corners feature hand-painted medium floral tiles with a scultped relief profile. Mural-like special cuts above the firebox give the feeling of rolling hills were wildflowers might grow. Photographer: Jim Haefner Glazes Used: A3 Cobalt, A9 Peacock, A22 Pewabic Green, A25C Moss, A50 Lime, F10 Kale Tiles Used: 2x3, 3x3, 3x6, and 6x6 field