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When you’re installing a tile, grout is an essential part of the process. However, the process can be quite manageable, even for first-timers, but it’s important to take the right approach in order to avoid serious headaches.
Porcelain and other types of large tile have shed their reputation as one-color wonders and quickly branched out into the style universe. Whether they are used in a residential or commercial setting, indoors or out, there are some exciting new options available in large-format porcelain tile.
Schluter trim profiles have been a growing trend in the tile industry as alternatives to traditional bullnose pieces. These pieces have been popular in Europe for some time, but they have recently started to come into style in the United states as well. This blog post will help explain what Schluter trim profiles are, where they can be used, and what the benefits are for using them on your next tile project!
Winter is coming, and while there is much to love about this time of year (holidays, pumpkin spice, wearing sweatshirts without judgement), there is one thing that no one looks forward to. I am speaking, of course, about the jolting chill of walking on cold tile flooring during the winter months. Fortunately, radiant heated floors allow you to avoid the uncomfortable journey from the bedroom to the shower and back.
We have a lounge in our office that we use for small meetings. It has a relaxed feel and is a favorite spot for casual gatherings. The lounge is used daily, so we decided to enhance the room by creating a focal wall with a glass mosaic.
We have a beautiful, boutique showroom here in Birmingham with a door that connects our office to the showroom. When designing the space and the entrance, we decided we didn’t just want a plain mosaic at the door; we wanted something special – something that was us!