We believe that floor tile, that is large format, can make a smaller room look bigger because there are less grout lines to produce a “grid effect”. We think you should go either large format, 8”x32” plank style, 16”x32”, 18”x18”, 24”x24” tile or smaller format ie: 6×12 or 2”x8” for most rooms to add interest and not “date” your installation.
Bathroom walls and shower/tub wall tile can offer an attractive, easy-to-clean and durable finish where your bathroom can look brand new for years to come.
Backsplashes are probably one of the most difficult areas to decorate and should be one of the last items to consider in any kitchen design and installation.
Kitchen countertops or bathroom vanities are part of any project, whether they be interior or exterior (pool house bathroom) so, consider them in the overall scheme of your design. Again, the various finishes can be utilized to maintain a homogeneous blend of natural stone or something entirely different. Keep in mind, for outdoor kitchens, granite countertops get extremely hot in the sun so be careful and consider travertine, limestone or marble as best considerations.
Apricot Travertine™ • Caramel Travertine™ • Caramel Walnut Travertine™ • Cream Travertine™ • Latte Travertine™ • Mediterranean Fusion™ Travertine • Peach Yellow Travetine™ • SEAHAZE SEA™ • SEAHAZE SAND™ • CARAMEL LIMESTONE™ • Buceto™ • Trufa Limestone™ • Motley Blue Marble™ • Grey Sky Marble™ • Midnight Sky Marble™ • SUREGRIP MOLESKIN™ • Etruscan Texture™ • Ancient Etruscan Texture™