Warm golds and yellows define this month's focus on tile color. Bring the outdoors in with tile that inspires the feel of summer sunshine!
A staple in our wardrobes now has a strong influence on home design, furniture, accessories, and textiles. Find ways to use this enduring classic in your space in our blue-themed infographic.
5 Trends in Natural Stone Tile and Countertops
The elegance of stone is a standard in design no matter what your style. The options for color, movement, texture, and shape are broad with natural stone and the design applications, creative. Here are some of this year’s hottest natural stone products available and how designers are using them.
Sheen has long been a buzzword in the design world. It’s the soft luster on a surface that reflects light and gives the surface a subtle shine. Sheen can range from glossy to matte and anywhere in between. The visual interest it adds to a design provides a feast for the eyes that stands out.
Trends in Sustainability Design for the HomeIt’s a good time to be green!
Homeowners are paying more attention to energy consumption and sustainability these days. In fact, about a third of homeowners say integrating green materials in their homes is a priority.
Not only is environmental responsibility top-of-mind, net zero is a serious consideration, and a healthy home is synoymous with a green home.
With demand growing, the building market has responded with more options than ever before.
Here are some green trends to incorporate into your plans.
Wood-look tile has become its own permanent category in the tile industry. But not all wood-look tile is the same. If you want to find the most realistic wood-look tile on the market, you’ll need to know what you are looking for. Here are some tips from Daltile experts to help you find it.
Topics: Wood Look Tile
Elements of industrial style have been sneaking into interior design over the last several years and now the trend is here full force. Concrete is one of the easiest ways to introduce the industrial look into your space.
Though it’s the material you probably think of for driveways and patios, don’t write it off. It’s very versatile and can be very elegant in industrial-influenced designs. Porcelain concrete look tile makes getting this look simple, both for installation and maintenance.
RetroSpace in Modern White on the backsplash
If your family is like most, it’s difficult to find time to fit in all the lessons, games, and causes on top of work. Finding a flooring surface that answers all the demands of your busy lifestyle should be easy, and it is with tile.
With tile you don’t have to worry about what it’s made of, whether it’s healthy, or if it’s going to be hard to clean. Tile is the only flooring surface that solves all your biggest flooring dilemmas.
Natural stone looking tile has been around for a long time—ever since the industry branched beyond glossy monochrome ceramic 4 x 4s. But the look has come a long way and is one of the most popular choices for the floor, wall, and even countertop surfaces.
Considering replacing your floors? The time is right to learn more about tile flooring. Tile is healthy, durable, easy to clean and care for, and comes in every style imaginable. Let’s look at just two of the most important things you should know about porcelain tile.