100 Great Buildings

Country Floors has a long proud history as a vendor/partner to architects, designers, and builders across America. Naturally, we feel it is our role to be a part of that community in its totality. Therefore, the language of architecture and design means a great deal to us; as do the great examples of iconic buildings […]

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Brown countey tile

Brown Country Tile

Brown is Back and so is Brown Country Tile.  Now before you change the channel, so to speak, please hear us out. We all know what design life looked like before the Great Recession. My recollection is a symphony of all things charitably referred to as beige. This was coupled with some serious elaboration and […]

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How to Select Ceramic Tile

When it comes to tile, homeowners face a dizzying array of choices. Although there are many types to choose from, glazed ceramic tile is a good choice for many reasons. So here, from the homeowner’s perspective, is how to select ceramic tile. Ceramic tile is a fired clay product. Glazed tiles often, but not always, […]

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Ten Spring Colors

The luxury ceramic tile, stone, terracotta and glass industry is always connected to the mainstream fashion world. That being said, Selene Oliva recently opined on Ten Spring Colors  for Vogue Italia. We will weave our version of her colorways into imagery below. Let’s see how we do. Lavender: this color will dominate the whole summer […]

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Limestone or Travertine

Is Limestone or Travertine the better choice? The topic seldom fails to foster sometimes-lively debate! Whether the discussion is among interior design professionals, architects, builders, or homeowners, the results are typically less than conclusive. Perhaps this is as it should be, given the vagaries of expectations and applications. So, here are a few thoughts that […]

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delft dutch tiles

Delft Dutch Tile

Delft Dutch Tile is a fairly broad name for one of the most recognizable genres in the ceramic tile industry. As a bit of background, the story goes that Italian artisans migrated north to The Netherlands in the 16th century bringing with them the technique of glazing earthenware. Naturally, this elevated utilitarian household pieces to […]

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Taos Inspired Stone Designs

Taos, New Mexico is not a place that you easily forget. Their very robust travel website taos.org self describes the community as being “Long one of America’s foremost, bona fide Art Colony’s, Taos is also home to a world-class ski resort (Taos Ski Valley), a World Heritage Site (Taos Pueblo), one of the most photographed […]

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Sicilian Baldosa Tile

Sicilian Baldosa Tile

When Country Floors launched the Marsala Collection, it was described as being a “ceramic collection that pays homage to the unique nature of the original 19th and 20th century Sicilian Baldosa Tile. The true beauty of the original Sicilian Baldosa Tile lies within its imperfections. The original hand crafted Sicilian Baldosa tiles are made out of […]

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