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Wright’s Ferry: This 4×8″ brick tile is the original design and the one used on the floor in our home. Wright’s Ferry is named for a historic home in Columbia, PA, where the front entry hall’s elegant brick floor inspired Julie to want the same look in our front entry. Wright’s Ferry is the most rustic of Inglenook’s brick tiles, with the full aged surface of an antique brick and tumbled edges, appearing as though the tile was patted into shape by hand and worn by many decades of passing feet. A slight recess along the side of the tile, the “grout ridge,” allows a straight surface for installation while preserving its antique look. As with all our brick tiles, the colors in each Wright’s Ferry tiles are unique and baked in, making each tile a one-of-a-kind.
Traditional Antique: For customers who want the worn surface of Wright’s Ferry brick tiles, but with straight edges to allow thinner grout lines and a more regular appearance, Traditional Antique is the answer. Like Wright’s Ferry, this 4×8″ style has the combination of varied colors and an antiqued surface to make floors look as though they have been there for ages.
Lancaster Running Bond (2×8″): This tile shows the long, side view of the brick and is generally used on walls and chimneys, though it has been successfully (and beautifully) used on floors and ceilings as well. The Lancaster Running Bond tiles are named for the historic brick townhouses in downtown Lancaster, PA, the home city of Inglenook Tile. This brick tile style has the same hand-formed, aged look of Wright’s Ferry and a range of color options, including “Fire-scorched,” “Clinker,” and “Chipped Paint” along with the standard color mixes.
Flemish Bond (2×4″): This small tile finishes the look of a historic brick wall when combined with Lancaster Running Bond Tiles; the name Flemish bond comes from this typical building pattern. Although usually used in this combination, Flemish bond as also been featured on arched ceilings, as pictured on the left.