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Bob Vila’s “New Year, New Tile” Give-Away

Enter to win $4,000 in custom tile, $500 in shipping, and $500 in installation from Fireclay Tile! Click through for ideas on updating your home design with tile, an ancient material that's never looked better than it does today.

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What would you do with $4,000 of custom tile? With product offerings spanning 100 colors in 30 sizes, you might not know where to start. Thankfully, Fireclay’s free design consultations can help our winner make a decision that he or she would love living with for years to come.

Strong Accents


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Handmade tile makes an eye-catching accent, as luxurious as it is practical. By using a combination of tiles, such as the mix of glass and subway tile shown here, you can achieve particularly compelling design effects.

Lighten Up


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This modern kitchen boasts plenty of prep and storage space, but the focal point is the backsplash. Easy to clean and made to last, tile still reigns as the foremost choice in materials for the kitchen backsplash—and for good reason.

Bathroom Beauty


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What a difference tile makes! Here, Fireclay’s hand-painted tiles lend visual interest and a feeling of a history. A would-be basic bathroom becomes an extraordinary, memorable space with no shortage of character and charm.

Great Work


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It’s not very inspiring to look up from your desk and see a blank wall staring back at you. In this small office area, the modular tile draws the eye even as it manages to mark the space as separate and distinct from the rest of the room.

Moroccan Motif


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You may never learn to cook lamb tangine, but you can still bring a taste of Morocco to your kitchen with Fireclay’s Ogee tile. It’s a timeless design motif that seems both exotic and contemporary at the same time.

Beachy Blues


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Even if you’re landlocked, you can still achieve a straight-from-the-beach feel with Fireclay’s Sky Blue subway title. Installed as a backsplash in the kitchen, it superbly complements warm woods and fresh, white-painted cabinetry.

Journey to Remember


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Hand-painted Cuerda Seca tiles from Fireclay transport this staircase from humdrum to spectacular, turning the trip to the second floor and back again into a journey to remember.

Mantel Magic


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Inevitably, the fireplace becomes the focus of the room in which it sits, and that can work to your design advantage, especially if you’ve updated the surround to include beautiful sea foam-color subway tiles like these from Fireclay.