Oh thank goodness for Seneca tiles, guys, this is the proverbial breath of fresh air that the tile world didn’t know it was waiting for. Finally, someone somewhere in Ohio has created a handful of tile collections that can make anyone sit up in their seat and drool into their laps. If you’re anything like us and you could not stand to see one more version of beige than this company has created collections that are the stuff of fantasy. As leading manufacturers of glazed and unglazed ceramic tile, thin brick, terracotta and luxury glass mosaics, Seneca are leading the pack in terms of both style and production. In other words, their tiles are not just pretty facades but they are also made well. Each collection is unique and inspiring, sure to bring real energy to indoor and outdoor spaces alike. The SenecaBrick series is reminiscent of your last few weeks in that high school ceramics course when you finally created the most beautiful glaze on your less than perfect plate-bowl but you could never quite replicate it so every piece was different and it didn’t matter because you made them and your mother would think they were perfect anyways. Each thin brick in this series is individually and uniquely glazed to really bring a sense of care and character to your space. The impossibly chic SenecaWood series is a new design within the Seneca handmold line of tiles that is undeniably aware that exposed brick is THE thing. Just ask anyone who lives in Manhattan, or has heard of Manhattan or watched a film set in Manhattan. A unique casual alternative to modern uniform wood tile, the SenecaWood series is available in a range of colors, sizes, and impressions just to ensure that your shoebox will not look exactly like your neighbor’s shoebox.
Seneca tiles encourage the use of decorative tiles, borders, and custom colors to create spaces that are as unique as you are. Use Seneca tiles alone as a dramatic feature statement, or as the perfect complement to any ceramic tile or natural stone. Variations within the tiles provide the unique character which sets Seneca tiles apart from the mechanical appearance of other mass-produced products. Don’t be a drone. Down with the beige.