Historical fact: Olean, New York was a large producer of bricks at the beginning of the 20th century. Olean, Jamestown, and Corning made up the three biggest brick producing cities in the state at that time.
(October, 2012New York, NY) The Robert Allen Design Group and Scalamandré, two leading American design houses and marketers of exclusive home décor fabrics to the trade, are pleased to announce a strategic alliance for sales and distribution in two key North American Markets.
Historical fact: at its peak, the Shale Paving Company produced 15 million rustic pavers a year.
These textured pavers from Jamestown, NY have a lovely tumbled look. The rustic pavers produce tight joints due to their flat sides. Their wide color range creates a more complex composition that is pleasing to the eye. They are the perfect foundation for a project with organic character.
Port Washington, New York--- Hand painted background of blue, green, rose and gold shades shimmer on the unique Ginkgo LED glass pendant by WAC Lighting. When illuminated the iridescent backdrop seems to disappear and the patterns float tone on tone.
It is that time of the year again; the warm weather is here and we are all opening the windows and cleaning up the house. Tile Shoppe has recently tested out and invested in a new line of cleaners and sealers from Oceanside Glass Tile, called Oceancare. These products are not only extremely effective, but they are environmentally friendly and safe for natural stones!
Historical fact: the trendy area in NYCity known as the "meat-packing district" is still home to many streets that use these gray granite setts. Reclaimed from the Syracuse, NY area, these gray granite setts were originally installed with a broken side up. The weathered face of this striking stone has made them a favorite of landscapers and architects.