Slate-ish

Who says scrap is useless? Slate-ish  is a tile product made in the US from 100% post industrial waste reclaimed from the fabrication of  paper-laminate products which are normally used for countertops (Richlite and PaperStone), skateboard ramps, bathroom partitions, lockers and more. The scraps are cut into various geometric shapes, and hand-split to create a tile that … Continue reading Slate-ish

2014 Tile Trends

What’s going to be hot this year in tile? It seems many trends from 2013 will continue to reign supreme. The palette is mostly neutral – nuanced and sophisticated; balanced equally between warm and cool tones with a heavy emphasis on grays and muted tones. Beveled The Beveled subway tile and 3D tile adds dimension, depth and … Continue reading 2014 Tile Trends

Mosaic Art

Stark industrial scenes, high contrast abstract patterns and bold graffiti make up the URBN mosaic collection – a collaboration between Artaic, a Boston mosaic design and fabrication company and Boston non-profit Artists For Humanity (AFH). Artaic worked with AFH youth to transform their original artwork into unique tile mosaics. All the designs can be customized to fit any … Continue reading Mosaic Art

Slimmker Click Floating Ceramic Tile

Inalco Slimmker Click takes the high-performance characteristics of the Slimmker Floor product and marries it with traditional tongue-and-groove laminate flooring plywood backing. This creates an easy-to-install flooring option. The semi-translucent white porcelain collection can be made in many lighter porcelain designs which allow for backlighting much like an onyx or alabaster slab. Inalco’s Slimmker Click … Continue reading Slimmker Click Floating Ceramic Tile