Historic Decorative Materials, a division of Pavé Tile, Wood & Stone, Inc. is an e-commerce site that supplies reclaimed and aged French, Belgian and Italian tile, brick, stone, wood and terra cotta flooring to the fine home building market. After 20 years in business, co-owner François Micallef born and raised in the South of France, holds court with some of the best reclaimed material suppliers in Europe. From French limestone and Belgian Bluestone Flooring to French oak wide-plank flooring in solid and planks, as well as reclaimed Belgian veneer bricks and French reclaimed terra cotta tiles - architects and designers choose these formidable surfaces for their exceptional building and renovation projects.
Sharing a partnership with it's parent company, Pavé Tile, Wood & Stone, Inc., a by-appointment showroom is available where a client will receive our expert Design Service and Installation Recommendations. Visiting our showroom allows a client to see and touch our highly vetted collection of French, Belgian and Italian stone and wood materials while receiving advice on how to marry these materials with the client's color palette - as well as receiving over 20 years of installation experience recommendations. With proprietary glazed wall tile collections developed in-house to specifically compliment reclaimed materials, architects and homeowners appreciate the ability to achieve design flow throughout the entire home.
INTERNET DESIGN SERVICE is now available! The internet can be frustrating for our type of business if making an appointment with us in our showroom cannot be achieved. Samples of natural materials with inherent color variations and textures will never communicate the true product. This is why we have implemented a design service where a client sends images of their goals, materials they may already have, a description of their project - and we, in turn, create design boards that hone in on what they are looking for. This goes beyond samples! If you are interested in our design service, email your request by clicking here.
See our latest in-stock French reclaimed hexagon terra cotta tile lots. We purchase these rare, hard-to-source lots when they become available. All are unique and beautiful and in-stock at our warehouse.
Please click on the image below to view the newest in-stock arrivals of our Historic Decorative Materials. At any one time - you may chance upon a French limestone floor or a reclaimed French oak floor with the exact square footage you need ready to ship from our warehouse in Massachusetts.
Brushstrokes from Japan, a Minimalist Hand Painted Tile Collection. Inspired by the Japanese perspective, Shibui, this tile collection is a balance of simplicity and textural complexity, bathed in a soul restorative Japanese color palette that contrasts beautifully to aged stone and wood building materials.
A passion for historic decorative art tiles from France, Amsterdam, Italy and England pushed Emmi Micallef to hand paint a tile collection that ranges from classic Delft Tiles to reproducing Monet's kitchen tiles from his home in Giverny, France. To view a LOOK BOOK of all the collections, click here or on the image below.
The Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors in the Great House Collection are extraordinary. The colors of these aged French oak planks are not created by applying stains or oils. Highly skilled wood craftsmen perform an aging oxidation process onto each plank that works within the tannin of the oak. This changes the composition of the wood fibers where color is created authentically, as if they turned back time. The resulting French oak floors appear as if they have been salvaged from an 18th Century Château or French farmhouse. From videos of each color or viewing a gallery of installations, Historic Decorative Materials wants you to understand just how magnificent these aged French oak floors really are.
The Kings of France 18th Century French Oak Floors Country House Collection is a reverie in royalty. Click here to view these beautiful wide-plank oak floors in colors and patina that match the grandest of living.