Custom Tile Projects For Homes and Public Spaces
Custom tile installations from Natalie Blake Studios can be found in children's hospitals, healthcare waiting rooms, public libraries, restaurants, boardrooms, college campuses, churches, and temples. Our work has won several public art grants awards in the past fifteen years, and we love working with art commissions to bring the healing, calming power of art to public spaces.
Natalie Blake Studios has also worked with hundreds of interior designers and homeowners to create a custom designed one-of-a-kind art installation. In homes, these tiles are frequently used in showers, as bath surrounds, as backsplashes in the kitchen, and can also be designed for outdoor uses.
"What made my experience so great is that the NBS team worked with me until I was 100% satisfied. The tile I received was absolutely beautiful. It was an emotional experience to make a purchase on-line with such an important piece of art in my new home but I can highly recommend the Natalie Blake Studio for any tile project. Your tile will be amazing and unique, not to mention that all your friends will want one in their home, too." -- T.S. Michigan
Our tile murals can be hung in place with our specialized hanging system, allowing a collection to be hung as "wall art" just like a collection of paintings. Our tiles can also be mounted with a traditional grout installation for kitchen backsplashes, and bath/shower environments.
We welcome custom design projects and work closely with homeowners and corporate designers to make unique pieces of art that are the perfect blend of inspiration, collaboration, and creative energy.
To get your creative process started, visit our main website at natalieblakestudios.com and get in touch. We can put together a box of sample tiles to inspire and inform your project with examples you can really see and feel.
Send us an email at email@example.com or call 802 254-9761 and tell us about your dream project!
Below are just a few of the custom project we have recently completed . . . .
Nemours Children's Hospital, oncology wing garden, Orlando, Florida. Part of a three-part panel using mixed media with slumped glass and ceramic tiles.
Chabot College, campus-wide outdoor installation, Hayward, California.
Chabot College, rose garden installation, cast in concrete from carved clay forms.
Encore Community, Tampa, Florida. One of three narrative history murals showing the history of the local African American community.
Private residence, California