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North Prairie Tileworks

by Arts and Crafts Editor on May 20, 2011

in Art Tile

 
North Prairie Tileworks

Phone: (612) 871-3421
Address: 2845 Harriet Ave. South Minneapolis, MN 55408
E-mail: roger@handmadetile.com
Website: www.handmadetile.com

Arts&Crafts-Fireplace-w-logNorth Prairie Tileworks specializes in custom ceramic tile with an emphasis on Arts & Crafts designs, historic reproductions and functional art tile. We offer over 150 custom electric and gas-fired glaze colors, custom decorative relief tiles, original and made-to-order designs.

Our field and relief tiles are found in many homes throughout the U.S. and Canada on floors, walls, backsplashes, fireplaces, bathrooms and as decorative accents and trims. Our tiles are also in public facilities such as: Thomas Wolfe mansion in Ashville, NC; Ramsey House in St. Paul, MN; lobby at 180 North Michigan Ave in Chicago; University of South Carolina Medical Center in Greer, SC; Minnesota State Capital; Kansas State Capital; Entry Stations at Lake Mead National Park; Minnesota libraries in Canon Falls and Pine City; Pequot Library in Southport, CT; New Jersey Route 36 bridges in Highland, NJ; Signet Society at Harvard University and the American Swedish Institute’s Nelson Cultural Center.

North Prairie Tileworks’ approach is as artisans first and as artist secondarily which means that their focus is upon their clients and making custom tile that is functional and artistic. This process has produced unique and exclusive tile and designs including Prairie Lattice, Lost Art Tile and Craftsman Picket.

North Prairie Tileworks’ tile has been featured in many books and periodicals over twenty-two years that they have been producing tile. “North Prairie tile is both affordable and stunning and I look forward to the next opportunity to use their tile.”

North Prairie Tileworks was started in 1992 to compliment the tile design and building needs of a Twin Cities high-end construction firm. The emphasis was on the Arts & Crafts designs with its rich history of handmade tile.

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