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New Installation Photos!

 Hi, everyone!

We've had our paws full here at the shop; we've got exciting news coming very soon! In the meantime, we'd love to share some new installation photos we've received from our lovely customers! These photos haven't hit the website just yet, so you're getting the first look!

This moose mural is installed in a walk-in shower. Our tile is perfect for wet applications such as this! This mural features our 7" Moose and various leaves from the Lake Dog Collection.

This wet bar backsplash really livens up this space and is packed with Friends from all of our collections! In it you can find deer, bear, dogs, fish, dragonflies, butterflies, ducks, turtles, and much more!

Another bathroom shower installation, this time focused on our Ocean Dog Collection. This mural features our 8" Large Sea Turtle, 6" Large Flat Sea Turtle, 6" Large Crab, and 6" Medium Seahorse just to name a few! The glaze colors really tie in with the surrounding brick glass field tile.

This kitchen backsplash mural is based off of our "Significant Otter" mural from the Ocean Dog Collection. This mural features our 3 otter variants as well as a 4" Small Starfish, 3" Small Crab, and 2 2" Shore Birds.

This mural was a fun one for us and includes a custom sculpted lighthouse! We glazed our handmade mosaic Drops in various warm tones and created a sunset scene that includes our 7" and 5.5" Fluid Fish, 4.5" Jumping Dog, and a few new pieces coming soon to the website! This mural is framed with our handmade Labrador rope molding from the Frames, Liners, & Rails Collection.

If you're hungry for more, head on over to our Photos & Ideas page and browse our photo galleries that contain nearly 300 photos! The photos in this blog post, and more, will be added soon!

Have a great weekend, everyone!

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