Our tile line dates back to the early 1900s. However, in 2006, the tiles were reinvented with a new air of design and innovation. The new, handcrafted tiles are fitting for both residential and commercial environments.
Scrolling through the tile catalog, you’ll notice a wide variety of cuts, sizes, patterns and textures. From classic shapes, to Celtic knots, to rose prints—if you can dream it, you can implement it at Rookwood.
Once you select a style, you can choose from a number of glaze colors and tones to complement your space. Each piece is hand-glazed using natural minerals and elements. Whether you’re feeling warm hues of pink and red, rustic shades of blue and gray, or anywhere in between; there’s no way you can go wrong.
Last step: the kiln! Each tile is fired into its final form, cooled and inspected, so it’s picture perfect and installation ready.
To get a head start on your new addition, set up a FREE design consultation by calling 513-381-2510 or sending us a message!
Thank you to Cincinnati Magazine for highlighting our amazing team of artists.
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Thoroughly Modern: Inside Rookwood’s New Kenwood Store
Experience the Rookwood lifestyle in our new open-air space
A Winning Design: Western & Southern Open’s Tennis Champs Celebrate with the Rookwood Cup
The legendary Cincinnati tennis tournament ends with the winners proudly holding our Rookwood Cup
Period perfect kitchen remodel
Professional chef creates her dream kitchen. The backsplash features Morning Frost subway tile with a Tree of Life inset, all of which helps to establish the classic look that the homeowner wanted. The subway tile and inset are all from the world-renowned Rookwood Pottery in Cincinnati.
Rookwood Pottery Opening Store At Kenwood Towne Centre
"(Sycamore Township) - Rookwood Pottery Company, celebrating its 140th anniversary in 2020, is opening a new store at the Kenwood Towne Centre in July. The grand opening celebration will take place July 13-14. Rookwood’s open-air store joins Kenwood’s southwestern wing, with neighbors Anthropologie and Tiffany & Co. near the interior entrance to Nordstrom."