As part of the next generation of custom-home tradesmen, it is important to maintain an understanding of both the tried-and-true methods of the past along with ever-improving technologies and new products.
This balance allows us to deliver the best possible finished product.
In the past 13 years I have worked with many builders, designers, contractors, and homeowners; all dedicated to creating custom masterpieces in homes just like yours. I also maintain a formal education in the proper and most current practices in the tile and stone industry as laid out by the National Tile Counsel of America.
**CTEF Certified Installer #1577**
Custom projects express our style to anyone who sees them. Mixing creativity with craftmanship allows us to create things that are truly unique and bring pride that doesn't fade.
My name is Oliver Ledbetter. I have been working in the tile industry for 12 years now and operating Little Tile Guy, LLC for 8. Me and my wife Breanna met at a large volunteer construction project in New York in 2014 and now we work together full-time. We do 100% of our installation work ourselves.
After we got married, Little Tile Guy moved with me from Hickory, NC to Breanna's hometown of Pawlet, VT. Working as a husband-and-wife team has been a very enjoyable chapter for us and the business. We are very happy with our first years together and many more ahead. We are now back in Western North Carolina and ready to help you, or your client, with future projects.
We spend a lot of our time at home in our kitchens. Whether we are staying in with our families or entertaining guests, it is a center of activity.
Making a statement in spaces you use often is a good way to give your ideas a space in your daily life. Professional installation opens up many options that allow your preferences to shape your project. The large format, multi-color slate helped to warm up the feel of this large kitchen.
Our specialty at Little Tile Guy, LLC. Custom showers are an awesome opportunity within your home to really explore your creativity since they are usually more private.
Whether you are a designer looking to create something really special for a client, or you are a homeowner wondering if that picture you fell in love with would be possible in your own home, let us help you make it happen! This open shower used a glass-mosaic feature wall to stand out, while the rest tied into the bathroom around it.
Features of your home don't have to be huge to make a difference. A kitchen backsplash or a fireplace surround can completely change the feel of a space and either help bring other elements together or make a statement all on their own.
This stacked stone fireplace added a lot of visual weight and a feeling of permanence to a gas insert, while this reclaimed brick backsplash helped to tie this country kitchen into the rest of the house.
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