Pratt + Larson
Handcrafted Tile made in Portland, OR.

A new offering at Earth Elements is Pratt + Larson Tile. Pratt + Larson has been making custom, handcrafted tile since 1982 in the heart of Portland OR. While trends in tile change with the times, this company has been defined by their desire to create a beautiful product with sense of responsibility to their employees and customers alike. It takes a team of talented craftspeople to create your tile!

Check out this short video of the factory in action:
California Faucets
Hand-finished kitchen and bath fixtures made in Huntington Beach, CA

Domestically made and hand-assembled kitchen and bath fixtures and fittings, Cal Faucets is proud to employ more Americans per faucet shipped than any other company of it's kind.

California Faucet fittings are custom made. Starting with good old-fashioned craftsmanship featuring solid brass construction, they add state-of-the-art components, the world’s largest offering of decorative PVD finishes, and quality controls that meet or exceed government codes, including national and local lead-free and water conservation standards. They offer every decorative fitting you need to outfit your entire bathroom, including
faucets and fittings, shower systems,luxury drains, accessories and trim.
Jeffrey Court
Natural Stone, Terra Cotta, Ceramic, Metal, and Glass Tile.

Earth Elements is so excited to finally showcase Jeffrey Court Tile! Jeffrey Court's mission is to design and purvey the highest quality decorative tile, natural stone, metal, and glass elements that offer the best value possible for their customers. We now offer their gorgeous mosaics, hand-painted tiles, architectural moldings, and field tile. These finishes are sure to add rustic warmth to any space. Stop in to see what we have in store!
October-Inspired Trend: Bold Black Bathrooms
Your bathroom  is a functional spot, but that doesn’t mean it can’t make a statement with design:
The spa-inspired bathroom trend has officially returned.These days it's all about bold, dark, sultry bathroom designs that evoke an indulgent high-end experience.
- Designer Kesha Franklin
To achieve these looks, try a matte tile on the floor and then a glossy finish on the shower walls. You might also consider different depths of black such as dark gray for variety in the space.
You can also try the black trend with faucets and other accents. Black cabinets and drawer pulls can also be a part of the scheme.
"So glad to live in a world where there are Octobers" - LM Montgomery
-Earth Elements Team-
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