The Bungalow Tile glaze palette includes soft, satin finishes and hues steeped in the Arts & Crafts tradition. Colors like Seafoam, Sunbeam and Tea Rose were inspired by the chinaware sinks and ceramic accessories that we discovered at antique fairs. Add a delicate charm to your space with these historic glazes.
The glaze colors
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Composing a common Bungalow design
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Bungalow tile in historic American architecture
The turn of the century introduced American Bungalow homes, which remained the dominant style in the United States between 1905 and 1930. While California's Arts & Crafts Bungalows, Chicago Bungalows, and Baltimore's Dutch Colonial Revival Bungalows did not share a common design, they shared a common color palette and similar tilework. The 4-1/4” x 4-1/4” square subway tile placed in a straight set pattern was most common, along with decorative tiles, trims and mouldings.