Chapter 1 – Suite Glass

A concerted effort was made to make Chapter 1 – Suite Glass a unique, groundbreaking glass tile and mosaic program.

Chapter 3 – Stream Stone

Known for its neutral color palette and understated contemporary flair, Chapter 3 – Stream Stone is a staple at Jeffrey Court.

Chapter 4 – Via

Our aim was to create warm and inviting meeting spaces, outdoor lounging areas, and contemporary designs that pay homage to retro craftsmanship.

Chapter 6 – Reef Glass

Chapter 6 is a stunning collection of glass tiles and mosaics featuring a soft satin finish in a fresh color palette. As the name “Reef Glass” implies, the core of our design is to bring the feel of the coastline indoors by employing the soft and lustrous texture of beach glass.

Chapter 7 – Cubist

Strong geometric shapes and high contrast design are leading themes of the Cubism movement and are present in the tiles featured in this collection.

Chapter 9 – Pietra Opus

Boasting a color palette of sourced stones from all over the world as well as 27 mosaics and 2 field tile sizes, Pietra Opus is sure to satisfy the taste of those seeking elegant beauty.

Chapter 10 – Breakwater

Breakwater offers a timeless organic color palette fittingly named Sail, Sunlight, Sea, Breeze, Sand, and Mist.

Chapter 11 – Align

Chapter 11 – Align features clean lines and geometric shapes in three distinct natural stones.

Chapter 12 – Ashland & Halsted

Drawing on inspiration from the heyday of American industry, we focused on elements that best represented that era.

Chapter 14 – The Press

Inspired by newsrooms from the early 20th century, The Press uses a hexagon shape to create designs and patterns found in the architecture and design of this time.

Chapter 15 – Classic Statuario

Classic Statuario is all about white statuario stone.

Chapter 16 – Park Place

Park Place is all about timeless beauty, elegance, and glamour.

Chapter 17 – Atlas

Known for its beautiful crackle glaze, Atlas is the go-to handcrafted ceramic lineup of the Jeffrey Court collections.

Chapter 18 – Rotunda

Symmetrical shapes, geometric patterns, and orderly style were among the elements derived from neoclassical influence.


Reservoir is a concise line of 6” x 24” porcelain panels produced in Northern Italy using the very latest 3-dimensional digital technology.

Specialty Brick

Our focus with this porcelain brick was to expand our lineup by offering the beauty of exposed, rustic brick famously associated with modern loft design.

53rd Avenue

Our wide selection of artisan tiles allows you to add a personal pop to any living environment.