From 1910 to 1930, hundreds of small pottery workshops were set up in Southern California to produce tiles that were used in the Mediterranean and popular Spanish style of Renaissance houses. Some of the richly patterned tiles are inspired by traditional Spanish and Moorish designs or the Arts and Crafts style.
Individual tiles were installed in thick earthen walls near the doors, leading on the patio, as well as at the entrances, towers, balconies, loggia and fountains, stairs, creating a "Mediterranean atmosphere".
One of California's largest and most successful companies was Malibu Potteries, which operated in 1926-1932 and used the region's natural red clays.Part of our MALIBU TILE collection
We are particularly pleased to participate in stairway design projects, just like inside as well as outside.
All our tiles are made with the local weather in mind.From Moscow with love!