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April 5, 2022

How to Choose the Right Pool Tile

A common designer question we always get is “what is the best pool tile for my project?” New advancements in flooring technology has given both interior designers and architects an opportunity for not only the most aesthetically pleasing products but also the most economical in both value and quality. When choosing a tile for your... Read More »

October 7, 2021

Best Commercial Wood-Look Tiles 

These days, it can be difficult for folks to tell the difference between natural hardwood and wood-look tile. Technology and great artistry have combined to offer interior designers porcelain and ceramic, wood-look tile products for every design palette. Between this boost in offerings and the longevity of porcelain or ceramic tile, there’s no better choice... Read More »

September 6, 2021

American Made Floor and Wall Tile 

  There are plenty of reasons to consider buying American-made products, from investing in the United States’ economy to ensuring ethical working conditions. That’s not to mention the ripple effect that supports  job stability, sustainability efforts, and quality safety guidelines.  With all of that in mind, we are excited to share a brand new porcelain... Read More »

September 1, 2021

Boost Commercial Design with Picket Shape

Whether it’s a pop of color or an eye-catching pattern, bold tile is highly sought after and respected in the world of commercial interior design. In cases of great innovation, creators build something new while leveraging the power of tiles from the past. That’s where picket shape tile comes in. Picket shape tile is a... Read More »

June 28, 2021

Customize Outdoor Spaces with Tile

As the dust settles from the last 18 months, one thing is clear for our industry: there has never been a bigger demand for outdoor living spaces. Gathering and travel adjustments drove people to consider outdoor spaces to be just as valuable as indoor ones. Some experts predict that this focus on outdoor areas may... Read More »

May 12, 2021

Interior Design Inspiration for Urban Living

Populations are growing and there’s no slowing down in sight. The World Bank estimates that the total urban population will double within the next 30 years. Although growth brings innovation and new technology to the forefront, there are some other progressions to consider. Housing, especially in the multi-family sector, will see a massive increase as... Read More »

April 21, 2021

Marble Look Tile, Endless Design Possibilities

Although the use of marble goes way back, its trendiness as a mainstream go-to is still fairly fresh. From graphic design and fashion to interior design and marketing, it is clear that the popularity of marble won’t be short lived. Because of its longstanding association with luxury, marble look promises to become a long-term staple... Read More »

April 21, 2021

Top 10 Domestic Flooring Products

In a nutshell, the term “domestic flooring” means the product comes from a U.S. manufacturer. On the flip side, the term “international flooring” means the product is shipped from somewhere outside of the U.S. Over the past year, businesses the world over have faced some hefty obstacles with shipping issues. The strain touches every part... Read More »

March 12, 2021

Introducing a Budget Friendly Terrazzo

  We’ve always worn our love for terrazzo flooring on our sleeves. Timeless style is just one of the many reasons we recommend it to commercial interior designers. Its durability and functionality are other top contenders for terrazzo’s best quality. That’s not to mention the 300+ percent increase in Internet searches for “terrazzo” that speaks... Read More »

February 25, 2021

Commercial Wall Tile Guide

Navigating the world of commercial wall tile is no simple task. On a daily basis, there are thousands of products being served to interior designers from multiple directions. How does one successfully sort through the noise? How can a commercial interior designer be confident that their decisions are as effective as their intended efforts? It’s... Read More »