Shades Porcelain Stone Collection from Crossville Inc.

This is a sleek, urban collection that provides the beauty between black and white by playing up nine contemporary neutral colorways. The versatile collection offers six shades of gray in warm or cool tones complemented by warm and cool white hues with several not-quite so blacks. The tile, made in the U.S with 20% recycled […]

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Handpainted Chinoiserie Porcelain Collection from clé tile

clé tile is pleased to introduce Chinoiserie, their new collection of hand painted porcelain tile. Designed by Deborah Osburn, the bespoke collection is a collaboration with a traditional chinoiserie artisan studio in China. The fine china porcelain is decorated with the historic iconography of fantastical chinoiserie images. Song birds, cherry blossoms, chrysanthemums, pomegranates, and butterflies […]

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Ocean Blue and Green Spring Palette from Fireclay Tile

Expanding it’s robust color offering for the Spring Fireclay Tile has unveiled a new assortment of glazes on their signature recycled clay body tile. There are seven lovely ocean blue and green hues, inspired by and named for some of the most beautiful places in the world. The billowing variations and delicate crazing of Bora […]

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Stratus Patti Pond Floor Tile Collection from Interstyle

Stratus is an inspired collection of decorative prints fused on glass tile for residential floor and wall applications. The 12″ or 16″ square tiles start as clear glass with a pattern added, in a colorless translucent textured glaze, then they are screen-printed on the back with a solid coat of lush Leimert glaze in one […]

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Brasiliana Wood Tile Collection from Oca Brasil

Produced in collaboration with the surfaces designer Renata Rubim, the Brasiliana tile collection represents over 500 years of Brazilian design. The collection was inspired by three different time periods of Portuguese history: Tribal, Colonial and Modernist. The Tribal series, comprised of three ethnic and geometric motifs, represents the pre-colonization period when various indigenous tribes dominated […]

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