Everitt & Schilling Wood Tile Wallcovering

Everitt & Schilling Tile is the story of two incredible families that started their pursuit of the American dream by immigrating to the United States in the first part of the 20th century. 

The early Schilling families were German- Russian craftsmen who left their home town of Denhoff, Russia and became migrant farmers in America until they could re-establish their reputation as the skilled artisans they were.  This is a legacy that has been inherited by Luke Schilling, the family’s fourth American generation of tile installation craftsmen.

The Everitt family has always been in some form of the lumber business.  From the early days of the Oklahoma land rush, to the development and homebuilding company that is now managed by it’s fourth generation son, Aaron Everitt, the family has always been keenly aware of the generosity that creation has bestowed in its resource of wood.

These two families were joined together in the late 1960’s in the small community of Fort Collins, Colorado and now both Luke and Aaron have joined to marry the best of their talents in Everitt & Schilling Tile.

 

Re-claimed Wood Tile

E & S Tile’s re-claimed wood tiles are the finest wood tile available.  Made from barnwood from the Western United States, this series of handmade tiles adds depth and beauty to any room.  And while the beauty of the wood is incredible the story behind the wood is even better.  The American ranch helped build the west and now with Everitt & Schilling’s Re-claimed wood tile living history can be a part of your home.  Their tiles come in a series of formats, patterns and colors. Each tile is coated in a low VOC, water based ceramic finish so they can be installed as wall treatments, backsplashes or artwork. 

 

Re-Purposed Wood Tile

Everitt & Schilling’s Re-purposed wood tile is a stunning modern twist on a timeless material. Rescued from a wasteful end, these up-cycled hardwood tiles have been cut and shaped into an elegant design they call the Parkwood pattern. Sold in a pre-set format that locks together for a simple install, these re-purposed tiles are a wonderful addition to any space. 

 

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