Focus On Design: Classic Tile & Stone
Visit Classic Tile and Stone for their one-of-a-kind collection of ceramic, natural stone and glass tile.
Classic Tile & Stone, located in Hingham, offers a one-of-a-kind collection of ceramic, natural stone and glass tile to the South Shore community. With over 40 years of experience, Classic Tile & Stone is a resource for both homeowners and trade professionals alike.
Designing a space can be daunting, but Classic Tile & Stone works alongside customers from the initial idea phase to the final execution of making that dream a reality. Classic Tile & Stone offers both interior and exterior products appropriate to meet the demands and budgets of their clients.
A collaborative effort, Classic Tile & Stone is run by sisters, Julie Ryan and Kristin Henaghan, whose vision is to partner quality and creative products with dynamic designs and dependability. Ryan and Henaghan bring their history, professionalism and expertise to the tile, glass and stone industry. Ryan has worked on a variety of projects nationally—from the World Trade Center/Convention Center subway station, to common areas and entertainment venues in Florida and health spas in Washington D.C.—and Henaghan has worked with homeowners, designers, architects and builders to collaborate on various projects such as seaside retreats, island getaways, ski chalets and urban loft spaces.
Personal budgets and vision are a priority to Classic Tile & Stone. Ryan remarks, “I think it’s important to let consumers know that although our look may be perceived as strictly high end, that is not the case. We work with all budgets. We are really great at hand-holding if there is a need, and we strive to make each project unique as no two homes are alike.”
Ryan and Henaghan bring a love of design and their keen sense of solving individual challenges to clients in order to create spaces that are not only functional and affordable, but also beautiful.
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