“Solids” and “Scenes” Ceramic Collections from Mosa

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“Solids” and “Scenes” are two of the latest collections, introduced by the Dutch tile producer Mosa, both of which provide timeless elegance and dynamic design for floors and walls. “Solids” is an elegant collection with different textures and movements contained within one tile. The tile is extremely durable and has a layer of spray-dried granulate and a mixture of fine and large flakes on it’s surface. Continue reading

Recycled Paper Tile from Slate-ish

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Slate-ish is a recycled paper product comprised of scrap paper collected primarily from countertop fabricators in the U.S. The majority of the raw material is Richlite, and additional sources are Wilsonart and Trespa. All three have Class A Fire Ratings and are Greenguard certified. After processing the paper and cutting into various shapes, the material is hand split, to create textured surface with the appearance of real slate tile. Continue reading

Glass Mosaic Tile Collections from Alttoglass

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Alttoglass, specializing in the production of glass mosaic tile, is at the forefront of new and emerging trends with their innovative, successive top-quality products and excellent customer service. Not to be outdone by the recent Moma metal tile post, from the company’s Museum Collection, is Tissue from the Mixed Collection and Fashion from the Glass Mosaics Collection. Continue reading

Colorful Patterned Hardwood Tile from Mirth Studio

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This decorative and whimsical collection of wood tile, with inspiration from 60’s Op Art and mod flower patterns of the 70’s, also includes a modern take on classic inlaid wood floor patterns. Some of the designs have been updated with a modern twist while others appear timeless. The colorful designs, produced without the time and cost of hand painted tile, are fully customizable. Continue reading

Glass and Stone Tile Collections from Lunada Bay Tile

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Stone & Pewter Accents recently changed their name to Lunada Bay Tile as a result of their expanded product line. The original line, which consisted primarily of stone, now includes a wide variety of material ranging from ceramic, glass and slate to pewter and wood. There is also an online Pewter catalog with an extensive selection of beautiful 2”, 3” and 4” square and rectangular tile, as well as a wide range of borders and trim. Continue reading