Let’s talk about a few upcoming trends that you can’t miss. Get acquainted with them now and start making plans for a stylish year.
Tumbled Indian Multicolor slate in a tiny mosaic makes this fireplace the center of the family room design.See more tile fireplace ideas below.
Herringbone subway tile ideas don't stop with the traditional interpretation. If you stretch your design muscles, you can creatively explore modern ways to use this statement-making pattern. The subtle geometric design provides decorative movement in an otherwise sterile setting. Its vertical or horizontal arrowlike layout not only makes the pattern appear bigger than its standard 3 x 6 format, but it also visually stretches the walls in whichever direction needs more length. These are just a couple factors that make the herringbone subway tile pattern a savvy design choice for a shower of any type and size. Read on to discover fresh ideas for this ever-trendy tile layout.
Tile on the wall has been growing as a trend for several years. 2017 offers more tile for the wall in large sizes, tiny mosaics, and in textures perfect for a feature wall. Find out more from the floor of the International Builders' Show 2017.
The International Builders' Show is a great place to see new products and the Daltile booth is no exception! The buzz around the floor is centered around trends in building products. Daltile is showcasing the hottest looks in tile at the show. Whether it's masonry looks or the latest in wood-look tile, it's all at the Daltile booth.
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Daltile is already making plans for tile that answers the biggest trends of the year. But we always keep in mind that our tile designs have to be timeless enough to keep the kitchen, entry way, and bathroom looking stylish for the next decade.
Thinking about radiant floor heat to go under your kitchen and bathroom tile? Not sure if you’re making the right decision? Read on to get everything you need to know from the basics to the type of flooring that works best.
Who needs 50 shades of gray when three or four really strong hues will fit the home decor bill? Whether you're replacing your floors, countertops, or backsplash, or adding an accent wall to your living room or dining room, gray ceramic tile comes in plenty of options. For instance, gray faux wood tiles are a great option for homeowners who don't like the austerity of dark wood ceramic tiles but aren't quite ready for the country charm of a light-colored tile either. Gray wood-look tile falls right in the middle, and is extremely versatile. If you're looking to use this material in your home, here are some inspirational tips and tricks.