Excellent customer service, competitive pricing and a unique variety of material is what Pental Granite and Marble represents. The company began in 1999, with a few selections in granite slabs, and has since become one of the largest wholesale tile and stone distributors in the Pacific Northwest. Pental online is our latest effort to provide you with the newest product information and quality service. With showroom locations in Seattle, Fife and Portland, we at Pental Granite and Marble look forward to doing business with you.
Campbell’s Tile Concepts, organized in January 1997, is owned and operated by Chris and DeAnna Campbell. Chris is a second generation tile setter and has over twenty years of experience in custom tile installations. As a family owned business, we take pride in the relationships we cultivate with our customers. We strive to surpass the expectations of our customers by maintaining top of the line quality, cutting edge designs and customer satisfaction. Our passion to customer service will yield your trust in requesting us for future projects and referring us to others. Through our design showroom, we offer a wide variety of granite, marble, limestone, mosaic glass and metal tiles. Please come in and view samples and examples of our work. Our design staff can offer assistance by appointment of on site to help you reach your building and remodeling goals. Reliable Trade NetworkWe are a proud member of the Reliable Trade Network, a group of remodeling subcontractors with experience in many different types of remodeling, including high-end, custom projects.
People who make design decisions rely on Mutual Materials for comprehensive solutions that use green building materials to create sustainable projects.
For over a century Mutual Materials has been the leading manufacturer and distributor of masonry and hardscape products in the Pacific Northwest. From the beginning when it was just brick to today when Mutual's product lines also include concrete masonry and hardscape products, Mutual Materials is committed to manufacturing the quality products our customers demand.
Stone NW has consistently held a strong commitment to quality and service. Stone NW is a locally owned northwest business dedicated to providing natural stone to homeowners, contractors and stone craftsmen. With nearly 30 years of dedicated service in the stone industry we know what it takes to be an industry leader. We quarry our own materials locally as well as nationally. We have our own fabrication capabilities which include thin veneer saws, wire saws, bridge saws and guillotine. We do special drilling, flaming, polishing and engraving. We are turning out some of the industries finest thin veneers, water features and hand crafted stone pizza ovens. We have many types of flagstone, step stone and building stone with color variations that you won’t find other places.
Stone NW has three locations in the Portland metro area. Our Vancouver Design Center, located next to Home Depot and across from Costco on NE 88th St and Andresen. Our Oregon City location, right off of I-205 at the Hwy 213 exit, and our Camas location, on the northwest corner of SE 192nd & Brady Rd, right off Hwy 14.
Whether your architectural design calls for a custom color, look, style, wall sized artwork or murals we have a solution. Our custom finishes come on ceramic, porcelain, and glass with solutions for walls and floors indoor and out.
When I met Architect Mark Stewart from Mark Stewart Designs I knew something special was about to transpire. Mark shared his plans for the “Da Vinci” home being built by builder Terry Hutchinson in the Portland Oregon 2012 Street of Dreams.
A mutual friend had introduced us and thought my artwork on tile would exactly match Mark’s needs for this years project. A short discussion later we were making plans to integrate an imported porcelain tile mural above the fireplace in a space that graces the entryway and adjoins the dining room.
The tile mural had to be exactly right to align with the style and theme of the home design. The fireplace was two sided and with one mural presenting as the first impression when you enter the home, the other side and mural would accent and carry the theme into the great room.
The next step was to determine what art to use. When Mark described the architecture as large beams construction with stone from floor to ceiling I set out on my search. After looking at many works of art from Leonardo Da Vinci I settled on his La Scapicliata sepia tone portrait of a woman’s head as the entry way piece. Balancing the masculine design with a feminine work of art that set a soft tone as you enter the home gave balance to the overall design.
After evaluating the dimensions of the space I settled on a 40”x40” tile mural constructed using 20”x20” imported Italian Porcelain. Four tiles fit tightly without grout lines gave the seamless look desired for the entryway art. The scale was perfect and the install team from Campbell’s Tile Concepts surrounded the mural with a beautiful field of slate the led into the surrounding vertical beams and arched beam above the mural.
From the dining room the subject appears to be glancing softly from her stately entry way location. The direction of her eyes lead into the beautifully designed dining room.
For the space above the great room fireplace we elected to go with a strong and obvious Da Vinci theme with Leonardo’s Vitruvian Man. This work of art demonstrates the human proportion and how it fits into architectural spaces; it accented the strong design and adds to the room ambiance without distracting from the magnificent architectural features.
The Vitruvian Man mural was made using 8” x 8” porcelain made in the U.S.A. installed with 1/16th grout lines. This well crafted installation again showed the talents of Campbell’s Tile Concepts.
With lighting added to highlight these two murals they were a perfect match to both the design theme and visual inspiration created by Mark Stewart.
This home truly is the premiere home of the 2012 Street of Dreams and it was a great pleasure to work on this project.