product is that it can all be customized in nearly limitless ways! In a special
new series, Drew, our go-to guy for all things custom, will discuss current or
past favorite custom projects to give our readers a glimpse into his process!
Florida, our client requested to change the colors of the Artisan Stone Tile
Lena pattern using the colors seen in one of our StoneImpressions Clermont
to approach this project was to take the Lena
pattern and make four versions of it; one of each of the four colors that I
sampled from the Clermont mural, and then I layered the different versions on
top of each other.
of the layers so that each layer only showed the portion of each color that I
wanted to be visible. This is also a helpful approach because if the client
changes which areas they want colored a certain way, I simply have to reapply
the masks differently, rather than redo the design.
the blank areas get filled in with some additional color, which I then added on
top of the 4 layers, resulting in the finished product printed on our Durango tile:
Lena Pattern Original Color & Lena Pattern Custom Color
Using the same process, I recently did a similar custom color job for Mission Tile West in South Pasadena, California. This customer was interested in changing the colors of the Caprice Pattern to incorporate both gold and grey:
Custom colors can be done on any of our patterns! Colors may be pulled from our designs, matched to paint chips, fabrics, etc., or custom created based on a client’s needs!