17 - Atlas
Similar to our previous Chapter 17 Irish Ice, the all new Atlas collection is a hand-crafted crackle ceramic line; however, the crackle finish is where the similarities end. Atlas was created from the ground up with a keen attention to detail and a balance between traditional and contemporary design, which truly sets Atlas apart.
Atlas has some exciting new surprises. Offered in this collection comprised of four beautiful colors are: four beautiful mosaic patterns, three field sizes (3×12, 3×6, 4×4), and three moulding pieces appropriately named after Atlas terms.
Choosing only the best colors for this hand-crafted ceramic line, we kept the palette limited to four colors. “Cobblestone” is a beautiful, light, near white color similar to the previous color “Waterford.” “Riverwash” is a light grey comparable to “Wexford.” Two new colors have been developed, drawing upon inspiration from the past. “Sand bar” is a lighter beige similar to “French Crema,” and Spanish Moss is a lighter modification from the very popular “Limerick” color.
The “Lighthouse” mosaic is a beautiful three-dimensional piece which creates an unmatched element of intrigue and shimmer to any install. The “Coastline” mosaic is a linear contemporary mosaic, which because of the handcrafted nature, often has a curvature that resembles a light basket weave that is subtle and unparalleled. “The Keys” mosaic is an elongated brick mosaic that exemplifies the subtle shade variations of Atlas and works well as a traditional mosaic install or contemporary accent. Finally the “Island Pier” mosaic is a combination of a linear mosaic with the cubes from the “Lighthouse” mosaic giving it an unrivaled unique feel.