Featured Installation: The Lodge at North Shore

The Lodge at North Shore

View of The Lodge from lakeside

Second Homes At Deep Creek Lake is a shared ownership vacation home business in the Allegheny Mountains of western Maryland and the passion of owner, Pam Scott.  The Lodge at North Shore is a luxury vacation home, featuring Inglenook brick tiles in many of the common areas of the living spaces. Pam chose King Street brick tiles in Providence color mix, with extra brown flash from the reduction gas kiln firing. This combination blends beautifully with the wood tones of other floors, trim and beams and with the hewn exposed stone.

Kitchen brick tile flooring

Pam needed a durable material for the high traffic kitchen floor in the home — something that would hold up well to many feet running between the house and the lake. She chose our brick tiles for the low maintenance, durability and the hand-crafted quality.

Kitchen brick backsplash and thin brick floors

The kitchen joins the great room, in one open space. Our brick tiles cover the large kitchen floor and are used on the back splash.

Kitchen decorative brick backsplashThe King Street tiles also cover the wall next to the bar in the game room.

Thin brick bar area

Pam says,

“Working with Inglenook Tile was a pleasure from start to finish. In the beginning, when I wasn’t sure exactly what I wanted, they were very helpful in making suggestions and sending samples. Delivery of the order was as promised. I am very happy with the look we achieved, and I would recommend their product to anyone.”

After we worked with Pam, she recommended us to the people at Blue Moon Rising on Deep Creek Lake, a learning center for sustainable education, and they also used our tiles! We will talk about this project in a future blog post. I have been invited to visit Deep Creek Lake, and maybe I will get there this year — after all, I already have a group of friends there, whom I have never met!

To see more pictures of The Lodge, go to Pam’s website.