Peace Valley Tile
New Britain, Pennsylvania

Peace Valley Tile is a unique company dedicated to artistic and technical excellence in its approach to ceramic design and tile making. Products include a distinctive line of glazed and unglazed tiles for many applications: floors, kitchens, bathrooms, fireplace surrounds, pool perimeters, mosaics, exteriors, and both sculpted and architectural custom installations. Designer Will Mead and his team of craftsmen are located just outside of Doylestown, Pennsylvania, in the heart of Bucks County.

A native of Connecticut, Will Mead was first introduced to pottery in high school. He attended the Rochester Institute of Technology where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics. Later he apprenticed for three years at the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works and settled in New Britain, establishing Peace Valley Tile in 1985. Working successfully with architects, designers and homeowners throughout the U.S., Will won the grand prize in the Spectrum International Design Competition in 1995 for the floor of St. Casimir's Church in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. A master of the craft, he collaborated with the Fulper family to recreate the glazes of Arts & Crafts potter William Fulper. His current crystalline glaze selection, rarely found on contemporary tiles, are a beautiful by-product of that extensive research.

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