Our clients in Portland's Pearl District wanted the fireplace to make a statement. They used the words, warm industrial, to describe their combined vision. We covered up the yellow paint that had once adorned the area with large format corten tiles.

The horizontal gas fireplace is a striking feature, for the living room. We added a subtle white brick style tile, to the area wall, with a TV insert area next to it. I love that this area has both the focal points people want (TV & Fireplace), but they don't compete with one another.

Pratt and Larson tile in a lighter color with reclaimed wood provided the a beautiful unison of modern and earthy for this living room remodel. New metal and glass doors added efficiency with a contemporary flair.

Pratt and Larson tile and reclaimed Douglas Fir transform this fireplace into a relaxing, artistic, and unique area. The colors are vibrant yet still calming and the materials relate to each other beautifully.

This fireplace backdrop subtly nods at the home as each of the wood pieces are off cuts from the framing lumber used to build this house. The off cuts were sanded and then coated in natural oil before being used to assemble the textured background.

This concrete fireplace was cast into a custom built form and poured in one time. The concrete seat was added after the fireplace cured and allows for close seating to the warmth of the fire.

This gorgeous marble tile transformed a drab old fireplace to a stunning center piece.

This Irvington district house was in need of a fireplace face-lift and wood floor finishing. We used a brick set tile to tie in the homeowners more transitional style with the old character of the older house.