Ceramic tile is functional, durable, and beautiful. This is a timeless material that can be a wall covering, a floor covering, a countertop finish, and more. Ceramic tile will also provide the user with a wide array of colors, patterns, and styles; all capable of enhancing any design plan.
Porcelain tile is many different things to many different people. The first thing to understand is that this material is extraordinarily durable and requires very little upkeep. Next, porcelain has a wide range of size options; mosaics to over-sized pieces. Lastly, you will see stone looks, wood looks, fabric looks, and much more.
Natural stone has been a fundamental building material and sculptural element for thousands of years. That includes being a flooring, a wall covering, countertops, backsplashes, and much more. It is durable, relatively easy to maintain, and very flexible as a design component and architectural piece. The range of colors provide a striking finish.
TERRACOTTA & GLAZED BRICK
Terracotta has been used for centuries as flooring, wall covering, pottery, and sculpture. As a point of clarity, terracotta can most easily be defined as “baked earth.” Typically, this material can appear as a deep, earthy red. In other cases, a more blond to light brown is the visual.
GLASS TILE & MOSAICS
Glass tile & mosaics offer, in so many cases, a unique ability to deliver pops of color like very few other design elements. The history of mosaics can be traced over thousands of years. Examples include colorful pools, spectacular domes, glorious feature walls, soothing spas, and more.
DECORATIVE TILE & ELEMENTS
Our decorative tile & elements selections include a wide variety of related products. This is where we present colorful cement tiles with all the flowing patterns they are known for. Glazed thin brick, with so many vibrant, deep glazes is also displayed here. Finally, this is the home of many of our intricate water-jet designs.
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Booth: #3605 (April 9-12, 2019) Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida