Matt Clark Tile & Stone

  • Retail
181 Tank Farm Rd
#140
San Luis Obispo, Ca 93401
805-543-7600
Hours:
Mon: 9-5
Tues: 9-5
Wed: 9-5
Thurs: 9-5
Fri: 9-5
Sat: 10-2

About Us

About:
Matt Clark Tile and Stone boast the most beautiful and diverse showroom on the Central Coast. With decades of tile experience, fifth generation “tile guy” Matthias Clark prides himself on his read more
  • About

    About:
    Matt Clark Tile and Stone boast the most beautiful and diverse showroom on the Central Coast. With decades of tile experience, fifth generation “tile guy” Matthias Clark prides himself on his industry expertise and impeccable taste when it comes to tile and interior design. With Matt Clark Tile and Stone there is no reason to travel to LA or San Francisco to access the most cutting edge products in the industry. Visit their San Luis Obispo to see why Matt Clark Tile and Stone is the best tile supplier on the Central Coast.

    History:
    In 2002 Matthias Clark and Katie Franklin opened their tile design studio in San Luis Obispo. Their staff works closely with clients to create one of a kind tile and stone projects. From fireplaces and fountains, to patios, pools, flooring, kitchens, and baths. From Classic to Contemporary, Arts and Crafts, to Modern, you are sure to discover the world of Tile as Art at Matt Clark Tile & Stone.

    In 1977, Matthias Clark began working with tile and stone in Malibu, CA. While living in New York City in the eighties, Matthias apprenticed with master tile installer, Armand Agresti. Returning to the West Coast in 1988, Matthias worked with the incomparable Ann Sacks in her original Portland showroom. In the nineties, Matthias worked in NYC with David Garbo and Jed Johnson. Throughout the years Matthias had the opportunity to work with a number of outstanding architects, designers, craftsmen, artists and clients on both coasts and has brought this world of tile to Matt Clark Tile & Stone.

  • Media

  • Directions

    When coming from Higuera, take an immediate right hand turn on Long Street to get to our drive way. The drive way is not located on Tank Farm.