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- Heritage Tile, LLC
- 303 Bruce Street
- Verona, WI 53593
- Phone: 608-237-7274
- Fax: 608-237-7291
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We are designers who work on historic renovations and new construction.
Interior Designer - McKinney, Texas
I am currently working on a Victorian-style house and am looking for a subway tile that matches the existing subway tiles.
Interior Designer - Philadelphia, PA
We live in a 1917 A&C bungalow. As we continue to upgrade we are constantly striving to use period materials wherever possible. ... We've tried to get into houses that are slated for tear-down but either they don't have what we need, or we are told tile isn't saved because it breaks too easily. :( I hope you can help. Thank you.
Homeowner - Toledo, Ohio
I have been involved in home remodeling for 40 years. I am now working on my own home. I believe the imitations should not be called subway tile.
Remodeler - Wolfe City, TX
Thank you for the white sample tile I received last week--it's beautiful! We're remodeling 3 baths and the kitchen in our 1927-era co-op apartment; I'd love to see other colors for use as accents, especially Celadon, Khaki, Hunter Green, Lagoon Blue, and Heather Gray. Also, what is the difference between White and Avalon White? The baths and kitchen are nearly completely gutted, so a prompt response would be much appreciated.
Homeowner - Chicago, IL
Refurbishing old homes. Do you also make 1" or 1&1/4" unglazed porcelain hex floor tile?
Remodeler - Portland, OR
Designer with a degree in historic preservation. Gathering info on resources for hard-to-find items for period home restorations.
Preservation Specialist - Savannah, GA
I am now renovating both a guest bathroom and a kitchen and plan to demolish and redo my master bath early in 2008. I really want these rooms to reflect me, and I have been bored silly by the ceramic tiles I've seen in local tile stores. I have no particular need for period-specific tile; I just want tile that looks smashing!
Homeowner - Deerfield, IL
My project is a kitchen remodel in a 1930's Spanish Colonial Revival home. I want to use subway tile as my backsplash.
Homeowner - Redwood City, CA
We're having the tile replaced in 3 bathrooms in our 1927 circa co-op apartment. We also plan to use subway tile in the kitchen.
Homeowner - Chicago, IL
I have a 1906 bungalow and am updating the laundry porch. I love the look of clean subway tiles and find your products wonderful. Thank you!
Homeowner - Sacramento, CA
We have had to replace the plumbing in our 1920's bathroom and need to repair/replace the subway tile. Existing tiles are 3x6, off-white, with a square edge. We are having difficulty locating appropriate material.
Homeowner - Rochester, NY
We have a customer restoring an older home and would like maintain the integrity of their house and is interested in your subway tile.
Tile Showroom - Newport, Vermont
I am looking for subway tile and 1" hex tile (hex tile is to replace my bathroom floor). I would like to keep the remodel looking as true to the period as possible. Our house was built in 1928.
Homeowner - Everett, WA
We are renovating a small bathroom in our 1923 bungalow. We want to achieve the most authentic look possible for the floor and wall tile. There are many brands of plain white subway tile but they have the rounded edges. Even though we are renovating, I want the bathroom to look period.
Homeowner - St Paul, MN
Fixing up an old house and looking for a vintage looking, simple, subway tile
Homeowner - Glencoe, Il
Working on restoring a 1906 Tudor Revival! Need bathroom and possibly kitchen floor tile. would like to find match for existing 1" tile.
Homeowner - Des Moines, Ia
We're renovating a 1927-era co-op apartment and need replacement tile for 3 baths, and new tile for walls in the kitchen and in the butler's pantry. We'd like to retain the vintage feel, even though we'll be replacing the original bath fixtures. We favor white and/or soft colors and simple borders. The 4-month project starts tomorrow!
Remodeler - Chicago, IL
We specialize in remodeling historic homes in the Pasadena/LA area. We get lots of bungalows and craftsmans.
Architect - South Pasadena, CA.
Own 6-unit building constructed 1912. Bathroom in owner's unit gutted and "modernized" by previous owner. Trying to restore back to original 1" hex tiles on floor. Want to put white subway tile approx. halfway up walls all around, plus need cove base tiles and some kind of trim tiles (like a picture rail?) on top.
Homeowner - Oak Park, IL
My home is a 1917 quasi-bungalow in Chicago. My bathroom needs tiling and while I'd like to be as historically accurate as possible, there's no evidence what the bathroom originally looked like.
Homeowner - Chicago, IL
Planning to redo the original bathroom in a 1930's Tudor Colonial and would like the bathroom to maintain its period look
Homeowner - Teaneck, NJ
Expect to begin a bathroom renovation within the next month. Current bath is old and original to house. Has lots of charm, but lacks function. it has walls of subway tile, and we would like to reproduce the "look" in our project. Also has 1" brickwork pattern floor.
Homeowner - Hartford, CT
Restoration project to return a 1960's redo back to the original bungalow style from when the home was built-1922. I am interested in the white crackle glaze tile.
Homeowner - Long Beach, CA
We own an 1898 Queen Anne Farmhouse and want to re-do the main floor bath. I am aware of subway tile but have never actually seen it-only in pictures. We want to use it as wainscoting all the way around and also in the shower/tub area. For the floor I picture 1 inch hex tiles with dark grout. Thanks.
Homeowner - Cedar, Michigan
I am renovating an old farmhouse and want to create a shower stall that will not be out of place with the older fixtures.
Homeowner - Nyack, NY
Restoring bathroom to 1926 era (replacing 1960s tile and fixtures).
Homeowner - Sacramento, CA
Want to do bathroom tile to "recreate" the first bathroom that would have been installed in our 1860's house. I am sure it wasn't the plastic insert currently there!
Homeowner - Albany, Vermont
I have a bathroom that I am trying to repair, after about half of it was destroyed by previous remodeling (not by me!). The house was built in 1929.
Homeowner - Baltimore, MD
We are restoring a twenties house, 14 rooms, Rookwood bathrooms, but the servant's area on the third floor was destroyed in a fire. Subway tile and hexagonal tile would be most appropriate to restore the bathroom.
Homeowner - Cincinnati, Ohio
I am building a new home and am looking for subway tile for my kitchen and bathrooms. I am building a craftsman home and love the authentic look.
Homeowner - Lehi, Utah
I am planning a subway tile wainscoting and shower stall for the addition that is being built on my 1889 Victorian. I will be using white, glossy subway tiles, as well as a cap tile along the top of the wainscoting. I am interested in samples of these tiles. Thanks.
Homeowner - Helena, Montana
We are planning the remodel of our kitchen & would like to use subway tiles as a backsplash. Our home was built around 1920 & would like to keep the charm. Haven't found a subway tile locally that looks vintage.
Homeowner - Islip, NY
I focus on homes built between the 1920's and 1940's so I am interested in historically-accurate materials.
Interior Designer - San Antonio, Texas
I have a 1913 four square with subway tile on all of the walls in the bathroom. The tiles in the shower have become damaged and discolored. I am looking for 3x6 replacement tiles, in a light cream color. The current tiles have a very tight grout line.
Homeowner - Sidney, OH
Loved subway tiles since 1984 when I went to NYC for the first time as a child. I am now remodeling my kitchen and desire to use subway tiles ... white and cobalt blue(dark purple blue) 3x6 tiles. Samples of both colors would be great. Thank you.
Homeowner - Jacksonville, Florida
Currently adding a master bath to a 1920 Craftsman in Hyde Park subdivision, Austin, TX.
Homeowner - Austin, TX
I am beginning a kitchen remodel on a 1920 Craftsman style home and have just discovered that under the sheet rock the original plaster and lath walls are scribed in a "subway tile" design. I am considering using these tiles as a backsplash between counter and cabinets.
Homeowner - Anacortes, WA
One bathroom has original 1915 subway tile. Looking to renovate 3rd floor bathroom and install new powder room on 1st floor.
Homeowner - Trenton, NJ
Replacing tub/shower tiles which currently are 1923 tiles. Want to retain original tiles on rest of bathroom
Homeowner - DeKalb, IL
We are re-doing our bathroom. I LOVE the look of subway tile, and was looking for more information.
Homeowner - Teaneck, NJ
We live in a home built in the early 1920's and are remodeling the kitchen and would like to use white subway tile.
Homeowner - Baltimore, MD
I am preparing to use authentic tile for a gut renovation of a 1873 city apartment. I would like to use the square edge tiles
Homeowner - Hoboken, NJ
Looking to redo my bathroom with a turn of the century cottage style. This renovation would include using white subway tile throughout the shower and tub area of the bathroom.
Homeowner - Blue Point, New York
I want a period subway tile backsplash for my kitchen renovation.
Homeowner - Sarasota, FL
We have a "WWII war cottage" that was built in the early 40's. The only bathroom already has the black and white "hex" tile on the floor and we thought subway tile for the tub surround would look great.
Homeowner - Beaufort, SC
We are about to start a kitchen remodel in our 1925 bungalow. We hope to use authentic subway tile in a white/off white color for the backsplash, and are looking for a good quality product. Thanks!
Homeowner - Corvallis, OR
Recently purchased a 1935 virtually untouched Greek Revival art deco home. Subway tiles to me are much more period-specific to the time era when the home was built, and your site explaining the authenticity of your tiles is intriguing. I like the lagoon blue tiles.
Homeowner - Lawton, OK
I'm wanting to do an addition on our house. I would love to have this look in our house, but have to convince the husband. We both lean towards craftsman style which may actually become the new facade of our house upon renovation
Homeowner - Marietta, GA
We live in a house circa 1915. We recently embarked on a complete overhaul in the main bathroom using subway tile. I am strongly considering using same for kitchen when we are able to begin that project. Our goal in every aspect of this house is to keep as much of the original as possible. I wanted the bathroom to look as though it had always been there. We achieved that using subway tile as a four foot high wainscoting with chair rail edge, running the edge through the shower as well at the four foot level. I may use the tile in the kitchen with the same treatment or simply a backsplash.
homeowner, remodeler, Realtor - Jeffersonville, PA
Looking into renovating 2 bathrooms and kitchen in Manhattan pre-war.
Homeowner - New York, NY
The previous owners installed a fiberglass tub surround in the bathroom of my 1935 Arts & Crafts Bungalow. I would like to replace that with subway tiles. I am also considering installing subway tiles in the kitchen stove "nook"
Homeowner - Parma, OH
I recently purchased a residence built in 1925. Broken drain lines force me to tear out a portion of the 1" white hex tile floor and some of the 3x3" white glazed squares on the walls. I would like to keep the original tile as it is in great shape but the plumbing repairs force my hand. I'd like to restore the bathroom with 3x6 subway tiles on the walls and 1 or 2" unglazed hex on the floor. Tile samples I have seen so far have a "pillowed" appearance and are not flat like the original. I'd like this new work to last another 80 years. Consideration of look and feel outweighs cost.
Homeowner - Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
Remodeling a house for mother-in-law. Have remodeled other houses before. Looking to make the bathrooms spa-like and would like the glossy white tile and would like to use the subway tile. The blogs indicate you have the most authentic looking tiles. Interested in pricing information too.
Homeowner - Los Gatos, CA
1932 craftsman home relatively recently had the bathroom turned into a closet. As soon to be new owners of this remuddled home we're going to restore it back into a bathroom complete with claw foot tube. We're going to need lots of tiles for the walls and the floor.
Homeowner - Fitchburg, Wisconsin
I am renovating my home. I have completed replacing the floor, cabinets, counters and lights in the kitchen. I am starting on my master bathroom. I have knocked down walls and will be putting in a whirl pool bathtub. I will need to knock out the current tile to work with the plumbing behind the wall. I really like the look of subway tiles and will like to use them in the bathtub area. I also would like to use them as a back splash in the kitchen.
home owner and interior designer -Phoenix, AZ
My house is about 95 years old and I am going to remodel the bathroom. I am planning to do white subway tile on the wall and hex (black and white) on the floor.
Homeowner - Pleasantville, NY
We live in an 1911 Arts and Crafts home in San Jose. Our kitchen is featured in Jane's Bungalow Kitchen book. Our kitchen has coved ceilings. We expect to begin our bathroom project within the next few months. We love how your tile is based on the old design.
Homeowner - San Jose, CA