Jeffrey Court’s story is one of entrepreneurial spirit, love of craft, and dedication to innovation. Founded in 1991 by Jim and Janice Lawson, they set out to bring their love for hand-painted tiles to the mainstream market.
In true innovator style, the Lawson’s discovered a way to permanently affix hand-painted designs as decals on ready-made tiles. Needless to say, Jeffrey Court tiles grew in popularity. Soon homebuilders were looking to include Jeffrey Court in their designer upgrade options. It was at that point that the Trade division of Jeffrey Court was born.
Today, Jeffrey Court now operates two distinct divisions; Trade/Designer and Retail Sales whose combined SKU count is over 3,000. The retail division’s focus is a series of main-stream value-driven products available through purchase only at The Home Depot®.
The Trade Division’s focus is to bring cutting edge designer-minded products to the Architectural, Kitchen and Bath, and Interior Design communities alike. Our product designers work with a litany of interior designers, product developers, and industry insiders to deliver the very best products possible for our end consumers.
Since Jeffrey Court’s founding the cornerstone by which our products are built upon is our commitment to three core values: (1) Timeless and fashion-forward design, (2) Constant product improvement, and (3) Dedication to our Partners’ Success. This has allowed us to become leaders in the industry by smartly combining different decorative elements, having a keen eye for inspired design, and a wide assortment of in-stock decorative tile, stone, glass, and metals elements.
The Jeffrey Court Mission
Design and purvey the highest quality decorative tile, natural stone, metal, and glass elements that offer the best value possible to our customers.
Jeffrey Court’s Key Strengths:
- Superior Merchandising Programs
- Dealer Incentive Programs
- Outstanding Customer Service
- On-hand inventory for expedited order processing
- Fashion forward designs
- Continuous product improvement
- Offer the highest quality products at “realistic” price points