Design Month: Stonepeak Ceramics

If you’ve ever renovated a home you know how challenging it is to find floor coverings that fit in with your Eames Eiffel chairs and Eli Walker paintings. And if you’re looking for something that’s made in the USA, great quality and environmentally friendly, it’s an even greater challenge. That’s where Stonepeak Ceramics comes in, they offer Italian quality tiles made in the USA using advanced technology to reduce waste and even carry a Greenguard certification.

Stonepeak employs a wide range of green manufacturing using pre and post-consumer recycling methods including using all natural gas and air firing kilns and helping buildings become LEED certified. Stonepeak has developed a new process that takes ‘green’ manufacturing to a new level, which includes using both post consumer recycled glass and the scrap fired waste coming from their manufacturing process. The green advantages of this process will be that fewer virgin raw materials will have to be mined from the ground for the products’ mixtures, also avoiding in this way the emissions that would be created from the mining and transportation of this material.

When it comes to high design, Stonepeak tiles have plenty of sleek options to choose from. Which kind of Stonepeak tile are you? Are you more of an Eli Walker or a Richard Nicholson? We’ve come up with a handy guide to help you choose from Stonepeak’s selection of gorgeous tiles.

If you love the photography of Richard Nicholson, the Parkland collection is perfect for you. StonePeak Ceramic’s Parkland series combines the modern with the refined making it a perfect choice for clean-line décor. Parkland is a thru-color porcelain line delivered in a wide choice of sizes and colors.

If you’re a fan of Eli Walker’s abstract landscapes, the Sky collection is for you. StonePeak’s Sky collection consists of four shades of grey, which very subtly differentiate one from the other like the diverse hues of a metropolitan sky. Perfect for projects with an urban feel, Sky is complemented by a 3D mosaic, which has become a must in contemporary projects.

If you like abstracted reality and the photography of Ben Sandler the Cottage collection is right for you. It’s a wood-texture tile that comes in a variety of finishes which offer the look and feel of wood with the durability and strength of porcelain tile.

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  • Bedrosians Tile

    Just read your article linked from StonePeak’s. Very clever!