Architerra, one of our favorite hand-made tile manufacturers in Seattle, is having a huge moving sale – everything must go! Thinking of creating a backsplash (me), updating a bathroom/kitchen, or even the school auction project? Drop by her studio in Georgetown any Tues, Wed, or Thurs between 10 and 4 until mid December (or until sold out). Prices are 70 – 90% off! Her work is beautiful and is carried in high-end tile shops across the country; locally you can find it at Pratt & Larson Tile of Bellevue.
Another sale will be held with 2 additional tilemakers this Friday, October 26th and 27th.
We love her work – you can see a bath surround we installed here –
We’ve attached the sale flyer which includes a few photos below. See you there!
Moving Sale of Ceramic Tile, Factory Seconds and Overrun Stock, Handmade in Seattle at Architerra Northwest
We are moving, so save significantly without giving up quality and style for your bathroom, fireplace or kitchen. Designer tile sold nationally at a fraction of its retail cost, 70% – 90% off. Amazing bargains – 4×4 field tile that retails at $44.00 a sq ft only $.75 a sq ft. Single glaze color batch amounts from 10 – 50 square feet, and unlimited quantities of complementary colors for a unique blend. Tile stock is typically 4×4 size, with some 6×6, 3×3, 3×6, 2×2 sizes, and many ceramic trims and sculptural decorative accent tiles. Lots of beautiful earthy colors perfect for bungalow style interior installations. Remember to bring project measurements, and samples of any materials you wish to match. Save more $ on quantity purchases. We need to move our sale stock: all of it needs to go!
Sale tile is available for pick-up in the Seattle Washington area.
Sale Tile Hours
Sale hours from 10-4, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, until end of December or all tile is sold!
927 South Homer Street
Architerra NW is located in Georgetown area of South Seattle on Homer St, one block west of the old brick brewery on Airport Way. Homer is between Corson and Michigan I-5 ramps with easy access from I-5 Corson exit.
1) From I – 5, North or South, take the Corson/Michigan Streets exit. (Right lane going south, left lane going north)
2) At the traffic light at the end of the ramp, turn left.
3) Go east in the right hand lane, continuing straight ahead, (the left lanes will put you back on the freeway).
4) At the stop sign, turn left.
5) At the next stop sign, turn left onto Airport Way.
6) Turn left onto Homer Street, which looks like an alleyway. Turn after an empty lot and before the Sun Sign Company, across from the old brick brewery complex.
7) Architerra is in a concrete building with the numbers 927 painted on the side, located on the left side of Homer Street, before you cross the railroad track. The railroad siding is active; park so that you will not block train traffic.