Hand-Glazed Malibu Field Tiles Reflect Old California, Spanish Revival Architectural Legacies

By: Avente Tile
LOS ANGELES - July 2, 2014 - PRLog -- In our continuing effort to bring you the highest quality in hand-glazed ceramic tile products and designs, we’re happy to announce the addition of Malibu Field Tiles to our evolving collection of hand-crafted tiles.

These solid-colored, high-fired glazed tiles are the perfect companion to decorative tiles. Created using classic red bisque, our Malibu Field Tiles offer a rustic look and feel on their own, or when they're paired with our patterned, hand-painted Malibu Ceramic Tiles that are reminiscent of Old California, Spanish Revival architecture.

Further, our hand-glazed Malibu Field Tiles offer the freedom to create striking designs that withstand the elements. In addition to their wide variety of uses, Malibu Field Tiles offer more versatility and value than any other material with their resistance to abrasion, and their ability to retain their deep, rich colors attests to their longevity.

Malibu Field Tiles are made to order (made in the USA). Nominal sizes and formats include: 3” x 3”, 3” x 6”, 4” x 4”, 5” x 5”, 6” x 6”, and a 4" Hexagon. A complete line of trims and mouldings are also available with this collection.

Lastly, because these are handmade products, please allow 4 to 6 weeks for delivery.

To view the range of available colors offered in the Malibu Field Tile collection, visit: http://www.aventetile.com/product_categories/176.cfm.

Our Cement Tile FAQs section should help answer any questions you may have. If not, please feel free to call our office at 888.739.4972.

Bill Buyok
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