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Color Palette

Layered Glaze

We offer over 100 different glazes in a range of textures, from matte to glossy, layered, and even unglazed. But the real story with Heath’s color palette is the inherent variation within many of these glazes: variation that extends the palette and potential of your project, giving you the tools to add texture, depth, and richness to enliven any space. Please note: colors and finishes are not interchangeable.

MADE-TO-ORDER

Layered Glazes

  • LM3
  • LM4
  • LM1
  • LG1
  • LM2
  • LG2

    Tile Variation

    Irregularities and variation in the glaze color, texture, and finish are inherent and should be expected due to the handcrafted nature of our tile. The higher the variation rating, the more likely it is you will find differences from piece to piece.

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    We also have tile showrooms in Sausalito, Los Angeles, and San Francisco if you want to see the product firsthand.

    Browse Collections

    • Classic Field

      Classic Field

    • Tapestry

      Tapestry

    • Dimensional

      Dimensional

    • Dual Glaze

      Dual Glaze

    • Dwell Patterns

      Dwell Patterns

    • Modern Basics

      Modern Basics

    • Mural

      Mural

    More Tile Information

    How To Purchase & Lead Times

    How To Purchase & Lead Times

    Overstock Tile

    Overstock Tile

    LEED Credits

    LEED Credits

    Tile Catalog

    Tile Catalog

    Spec Booklet

    Spec Booklet

    Photos of Completed Installations

    Photos of Completed Installations

    Project Inquiries & Tile Samples

    Project Inquiries & Tile Samples

    How to Install

    How to Install

    Tile FAQs

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