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Featured Product: Chicago Brix Tile

We recently received a rack for this new Chicago Brix series tile!

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

Better than brick, the Chicago collection was inspired by the brick that has become synonymous with the proud heritage of the Windy City. From the speakeasies and restaurants that lined Rush Street during the Prohibition Era to the gritty manufacturing centers of the west side, Chicago recreates the authentic look and feel of vintage Chicago brick in a porcelain tile series.

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True Chicago brick has become an extremely precious and highly sought-after architectural feature, but genuine brick can be difficult to locate and prohibitively expensive. The Chicago collection perfectly captures this vintage look in a porcelain tile, and is ideal for floors, driveways, feature walls, and patio decks.

 

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

 

7% of 4″ x 8″ field tile has the “Chicago” stamp.  Additonal city-stamped field tile available in a City Mix deco set.  The City Mix set is a random selection of the 26 city-stamped designs available.

Stocked in a variety of sizes including a 9.5” x 11” hexagon.  -Ceramic Tile Works

 

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

photo credit: Ceramic Tile Works

This unique tile is sure to be a hit for bar areas, home entertainment rooms, rooms with a rustic feel, and loft apartments. There are several colors to choose from.

Stop by today to see it in person, it just might be what you were looking for!

 

 

 

One thought on “Featured Product: Chicago Brix Tile

  1. Very accurate and vintage look, as far as designer tile goes. Will have to check it out.

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