Historic District Tile Entryway

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    I'm always noticing art underfoot. I see these types of entryways all over Seattle. Tile or terrazzo work with an embedded address, date, business or personal name. This one in the Clolumbia City historic district is the first I recall seeing with a floral hexegon border.

    1. Steffe ages ago | reply

      That's a bit different.

    2. long-term tax [deleted] ages ago | reply

      That's a really nice one I also love the tile street markers in Ballard.

    3. Seattle Daily Photo ages ago | reply

      Yes, Steffe, it is. The building was on an odd angle to the street and sidewalk.

      Chez Shoes, I was just thinking of those last night when I posted this shot to my blog. I've taken lots of photos of those (and they exist in several other Seattle neighborhoods), and it is fun to see what the original names of the streets were. I'm going to have to take more of those and load it up to my Flickr set called art underfoot, maybe do a series for the blog. Thanks!

    4. F33 115 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Storefront Tile, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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