Focus On Design: Bellew Tile and Marble
Bellew Tile and Marble is helping beautify homes from Boston to Cape Cod with the finest selection of tile.
What’s more quintessential Cape Cod than working with a family-owned and operated business to make sure your home really feels like home? At Bellew Tile and Marble, Jimmy Bellew and his family are here to help you. With showrooms in West Yarmouth and Rockland, Bellew Tile has been helping Cape Codders and non-Cape Codders alike with the tiling of their dreams.
With over 30 years of experience helping Boston and the South Shore, the Bellew Tile and Marble team opened up their West Yarmouth showroom two years ago and are proud to offer Cape Cod its largest selection of tile. The 6,000-foot design showroom ensures that every client can find what they are looking for, and with the team’s expert advice, it’s impossible to go wrong. Bellew works closely with homeowners, contractors, designers and architects to make sure everything goes smoothly. “Most of the people who come in have been sent by their designers or contractors,” says owner Jimmy Bellew. “We work with clients from start to finish, whether it’s a kitchen remodel or a full bath or a brand new six bedroom house. We start by brainstorming what they really want and get ideas of what kind of theme or color they’re looking for, whether they want modern or beach-house style or something else.”
At Bellew Tile and Marble, there’s no pressure; it’s about finding the material that is completely right for you. “It’s a more laid-back environment. We love sending clients home with samples, especially when the material contains any kind of variation. We want to make sure our clients know exactly what they are getting.” It’s that kind of customer service and attention to detail that have kept Bellew as the premier tile and marble provider for Cape Cod and beyond.
You might also like:
With the help of Maria Hickey and Associates Landscapes, the blank canvas at Kerry Kennedy’s new home has been transformed…Read More
From the 1600s until today, this ancient Orleans ‘hundred-acre wood’ has flourished in hands that cherish the land with patience…Read More