Portfolio Featuring: Eli's Tiles

Extraordinary lives, Extraordinary tiles. Custom hand-made ceramic tiles. Kitchens, Bathrooms, Fireplaces, Floors, Fountains and more.
A Division of Bradco Kitchens.

6011 West Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
(323) 936-3457
Fax: (323) 939-9354
www.elistiles.com
www.bradcokitchen.com

About nine years ago, Michael and Amelia Kienzl, the owners of Bradco Kitchens and Baths, recognized the potential of Eli Shoef. As an active artist, Eli has been creating ceramic art works for over twenty years.

Harnessing Eli's knowledge, experience and innovative designs, the tile shop began from a meager one square foot size firing kiln. With lots of motivation and keeping in the creative spirit, Eli's Tiles has evolved to be one of the leading manufacturers of handmade ceramic art tiles in Los Angeles, CA. The original and imaginative designs are produced with eco-friendly manufacturing methods and are available for purchase directly from the tile shop or through distribution. In addition to offering the handmade tiles, the tile shop offers a wide variety of commercially manufactured tiles.

Eli's Tiles provides solutions to some of today's most challenging designs. Whether you're a home owner embarking on a renovation or an architect with an astounding project, call Eli's Tiles and discover the difference that handmade tiles can make.

About Eli

Even from an early age, his artistic ability was evident. In high school, he was specially selected to attend a school for artists. He enjoyed the many classes that let him express his creativity, particularly the contemporary art and jazz music classes. His adventurous spirit led him to attend the world famous Guitar Institute of Technology in Hollywood, CA. To make ends meet, he worked as a freelance artist and was commissioned for many projects, including the opening of the Andy Warhol exhibit for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

His art always displayed multiple dimensions and had the essence of functionality. Although the art & music world were exciting, he craved the opportunity to apply his artistic expertise into truly functional art.

Introduced by friends, Eli created a unique ceramic art piece as a gift for Michael and Amelia Kienzl. Amazed by the simplicity yet extraordinary details, they wanted to go into business with Eli to manufacture ceramic art pieces. Since they owned Bradco Kitchens and Baths showroom in Los Angeles, they felt that unique ceramic tiles would be an ideal fit.

Today Eli enjoys running the tile shop as he is able to continue to express his creativity while providing functional art work and delivering solutions for his clients.