Address Tile Sets Can Switch with the Seasons
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — October 10, 2022 — Motawi Tileworks is offering all of us the opportunity to enhance our curb appeal with their handcrafted 4-by-4-inch House Number tiles. These ceramic House Numbers are available in black-on-white and white-on-black.
Frames for the 4×4 tiles, which can hang vertically or horizontally, are available in sizes that can hold three to six tiles. Motawi’s House Number frames feature weatherproof all-metal construction and keyhole mounts for installation. Drop-in slots make tile arranging easy; numbers can be combined with decorative art tiles and swapped in and out to accommodate changing seasons or decorative whims. Popular accent tiles include Motawi’s animals, florals, landscapes and Christmas trees. House Number tiles and frames can be purchased online at motawi.com and in the Motawi gallery (170 Enterprise Drive in Ann Arbor).
“The return of our 4×4 House Numbers and frames after a hiatus is really thanks to customers’ requests,” said Nawal Motawi, owner and artistic director of The Tileworks. “Folks love that these sets can be displayed in either orientation. We’re all looking for ways to beautify our home exteriors — especially us Arts and Crafts fans! Motawi’s ceramic House Numbers and decos are a lovely way to do just that.”
Founded in 1992, Motawi Tileworks makes handcrafted tile as art pieces and for residential and commercial installations. Currently celebrating its 30th year in business, Motawi releases new art tiles regularly, including original designs and those based on the work of celebrated artists such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Charley Harper. Motawi tiles are also sold in more than 300 locations in the U.S. and Canada. Tiles are suitable for installation or display in frames or easels and have notches for hanging.
About Motawi Tileworks
Located in Ann Arbor, Mich., Motawi Tileworks (The Tileworks) makes handcrafted tile as art pieces and for residential and commercial installations. Owner and Artistic Director Nawal Motawi began creating historically inspired tile in her garage and selling it at the local farmers market. Demand for her work grew, and in 1992 Motawi formed The Tileworks, which came to specialize in Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts and Midcentury Modern aesthetics. In addition to its own unique designs, The Tileworks is also licensed to produce art tile based on the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and Charley Harper. Motawi art tiles are now sold in more than 300 locations in the U.S. and Canada, and Motawi tile installations grace homes and public spaces worldwide. For more information, visit motawi.com.