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New from Fireclay: The Agrarian Recycled Tile Collection

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New from Fireclay: The Agrarian Recycled Tile Collection

June 15, 2017

We’re admiring Fireclay Tile’s new Agrarian Collection, inspired by the rows and circles of farmland as seen from the sky.

The eight-inch square tiles are handmade and painted at the Fireclay factory in Aromas, California, located amid fertile farmland not far from Monterey. The local company turned to its own backyard for inspiration for its newest collection, and created eight designs that combine to create the signature patchwork of farmland seen from above.

Each Agrarian pattern is available in three colorways—warm (with coral and brown), cool (a mix of blues and greens), and white—and each is painted by hand on a recycled red clay body.

Six of the eight new tile patterns in the Agrarian Collection, all shown in the warm color palette.
Above: Six of the eight new tile patterns in the Agrarian Collection, all shown in the warm color palette.

Tiles are made to order with a four-to-six-week lead time.

The Grange pattern is the most literal interpretation of farming plots.
Above: The Grange pattern is the most literal interpretation of farming plots.
The collection is priced at $30 per tile.

 Pivot calls to mind both circular plots and farm tools.
Above: Pivot calls to mind both circular plots and farm tools.
Visit Fireclay for a mesmerizing video of the painting process.

The Terrain design mixes concentric circles with a solid half-moon.
Above: The Terrain design mixes concentric circles with a solid half-moon.
Six of the eight tile patterns, all shown in white. At top right is the Harvest half-moon; below it is Maze. In the center of the bottom row is Grove, inspired by perfectly straight crop rows.
Above: Six of the eight tile patterns, all shown in white. At top right is the Harvest half-moon; below it is Maze. In the center of the bottom row is Grove, inspired by perfectly straight crop rows.
 Arable tile in the warm motif is vaguely reminiscent of pie charts.
Above: Arable tile in the warm motif is vaguely reminiscent of pie charts.
Each Fallow tile depicts a quarter circle.
Above: Each Fallow tile depicts a quarter circle.
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