Bedrock Industries

★★★★★
  • 1401 W Garfield St

    Seattle, WA 98119

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  • 206-283-7625

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Color!! We love to stop in and just enjoy the colors at this amazing place. Clear glass, colored glass, sand glass, old glass, new glass, tumbled glass. This place is first class with regard to glass. Fun, fun, fun for all ages!!

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Color!! We love to stop in and just enjoy the colors at this amazing place. Clear glass, colored glass, sand glass, old glass, new glass, tumbled glass. This place is first class with regard to glass. Fun, fun, fun for all ages!!

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This is an amazing place. There is every kind and color of glass tile you can imagine. The creativity process really gets going as soon as you turn the corner to go to their shop. It is tucked under the Magnolia Bridge so it is a little hard to find, but you won't be sorry once you find it. Beautiful yard art!

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This is an amazing place. There is every kind and color of glass tile you can imagine. The creativity process really gets going as soon as you turn the corner to go to their shop. It is tucked under the Magnolia Bridge so it is a little hard to find, but you won't be sorry once you find it. Beautiful yard art!

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My favorite place to shop in Seattle is Bedrock. If there is a particular tile I need they will custom make it.The employee's are creative helpful and very informed. I love going there and always end up spending more than intended. And I use it all either for a project or decorating or a gift.

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My favorite place to shop in Seattle is Bedrock. If there is a particular tile I need they will custom make it.The employee's are creative helpful and very informed. I love going there and always end up spending more than intended. And I use it all either for a project or decorating or a gift.

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I ran into Bedrock on accident while trying to figure out who Buddy Foley was (you know what i mean if you ever drive down 15th Avenue). Bedrock recycles glass into tiles and functional art such as windchimes, paperweights, and dishware. the colors are fantastic, and everything has that hand-made craft look to it. They also sell the glass in its various states before it is melted. I have used the beautifully colored glass chips as both ground cover in our garden and as filler in a vase.

PROS: Original Art & materials for crafts, reuse and recycle for the environment
CONS: none that I can think of

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I ran into Bedrock on accident while trying to figure out who Buddy Foley was (you know what i mean if you ever drive down 15th Avenue). Bedrock recycles glass into tiles and functional art such as windchimes, paperweights, and dishware. the colors are fantastic, and everything has that hand-made craft look to it. They also sell the glass in its various states before it is melted. I have used the beautifully colored glass chips as both ground cover in our garden and as filler in a vase.

PROS: Original Art & materials for crafts, reuse and recycle for the environment
CONS: none that I can think of

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