Arts and Crafts Ceramic Tiles

The subject of Arts and Crafts Ceramic Tiles is always one that Country Floors is eager to chat about. Why not? Since 1964 we have have been a fashion-forward supplier of materials, like these, to our long list of architects, designers, and savvy homeowners. Let’s talk about the movement that [...]
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Dutch Country Tiles

The summer of 2018 begins to wind down in the inexorable manner that is seasonal change. That said, there is one trend/style that has always, and we think will always, transcend the seasons. Dutch Country Tiles, with their pastoral but poignant elegance, are always there; ready to be drawn [...]
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Azulejos in the Kitchen

One of a the great client reactions that I have ever observed is a homeowner who walked in to her residence that had new Azulejos in the Kitchen. I later learned that this client had spent time in Sevilla as a student and had always [...]
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Clean Your Ceramic Tile

The topic of how to clean your ceramic tile is quite often misunderstood by the homeowner consumer. Let’s clear things up a bit. Firstly, we can chat about a few loose definitions. Ceramic tile, for purposes of this post, will be considered to be a fired clay product that has a glaze over  the [...]
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Country Cottage Tiles

Country Cottage Tiles brings us to a discussion about all things that symbolize country style living with the use of both ceramic and terracotta tiles. Naturally, there is a symbiotic relationship between a country lifestyle and the [...]
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Reclaimed Terracotta Tile

Country Floors has always felt, dating back to the [...]
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Floral Ceramic Tile

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Azulejos Ceramic Tiles

What exactly are Azulejos Ceramic Tiles. We can deconstruct things a bit in order to learn more. We know that “azul” is blue in Spanish so it is fairly easy to make the connection to “blue tiles”. Be advised this term may also have an Arabic root in describing a small polished stone.  However, [...]
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