Through completing a major restoration project on the Monroe building in Chicago, the Rookwood Pottery Company has been reunited with large-scale architectural elements. The three-year project has inspired the company to produce mantels, corbels and columns. This project has additionally allowed us to develop 3/8-inch tile that can blend seamlessly with stone. With the combination of its new glazes, architectural elements and contemporary 3/8-inch tile, the Rookwood Pottery Company explains that it can effortlessly unify the past with the present.
New architectural elements and glaze colors by The Rookwood Pottery Company
The Rookwood Pottery Company has introduced its new architectural elements and 30 new glaze colors for 2012. Through careful trend research and critical observation of its existing glazes, the company has introduced transitional colors that can exist harmoniously in both traditional and contemporary environments. These colors will truly distinguish a room in a profound way, according to the Rookwood Pottery Company.