We’re pleased to announce the sixth annual Daltile Interior Design Scholarship presented by the ASID Foundation.
Love the industrial loft look? It’s a sophisticated choice for offices, restaurants, boutique hotels, and even a unique home or apartment. Real-deal cement floors, exposed brick, metal walls, wood pillars, and the like can be a bear to take care of and keep looking pristine. While a bit of patina finishes the industrial look, you wouldn’t want to go overboard.
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A New World for Slab Countertops
Just when you think large-format porcelain tile couldn’t get any bigger, porcelain slabs appear. Introducing Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces™ - huge porcelain tile that can go nearly anywhere.
Think of everything you know about porcelain floor tiles. Now imagine having all those benefits on the countertop, the wall, or fireplace with very few joints and lots less grout—that’s Panoramic.
On-Trend Colors and Textures in Quartzite, Marble & Quartz
The lasting tradition of stone offers you classic materials in a range of contemporary colors and textures. There’s no better time than now to use stone in your design.
The colors, visuals, and touchable textures just launched by Daltile bring gorgeous greys and dramatic veining that embody the latest trends. Here’s a closer look at what’s new in stone.
Easy Answers for All Things Tile Grout
Grout may play second fiddle to tile, but when it goes wrong, it can become all you see. There are so many types of grout to choose from. So which one should you use?
It all depends on what’s important to you and what grout failures you’ve experienced in the past. Let us fill in the gaps for you (see what we did there?!)
Delivering Urban Industrial Look with Mega Durability
Ceramic tile that stands up to the demands of a commercial space but delivers style too is a necessity for today’s high-design spaces. Meet, Ironcraft, the commercial tile that does both without breaking a sweat.
But Has Zero Maintenance
Tile that looks like natural stone is the perfect choice for homes that need the life-proof power of porcelain but crave luxury style. If you worry that everyday life at your house will limit your design choices, stone-look tile begs to differ.
by Nelly ReffetAs an interior designer born and bred in France, I have quite often been contacted by potential clients who want me to create a French style for their home. At first, I was dumbfounded. I never knew that “French style” existed, and I certainly didn’t know what people had in mind when they referred to it. I quickly learned that in most cases it meant lots of whitewashed pieces, some antique-looking items, many candles and hurricane lanterns, with the occasional glitzy crystal chandelier, linen towels, cute white lace and silver trays.
Throw pillows, a blanket, and textured rug add interest to a simple design
Fabrics do a lot for design. They bring color, texture, and a level of detail that finishes a space. No room is finished without them. Fabrics aren’t just for window coverings and pillows though. Here are some tips for using textiles correctly and creatively for a distinctive, professional look.
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Summer Programs for Students
Summer 2017 Interns visit the Daltile Design Studio in Dallas
Education is important, but there’s nothing quite like life experience. At Daltile, students are getting both. Students in the Dallas area and nationwide get the chance to learn what their future careers might be like on site at Daltile’s Dallas headquarters.