Wood-look tile combines the natural warmth of wood with the durability and easy care of porcelain. That makes it a great choice for kitchen flooring. And we can install it for you! Take a look at our entire Marazzi tile selection for the kitchen, or just about any room in your home. (Tile shown here is Montagna Dapple Gray):
Talavera (tiles) are a type of maiolica earthenware, from Puebla, Atlixco, Cholula and Tecali. All are hand-thrown, with tin and lead natural pigment glazes. The 6 permitted colors are blue, yellow, black, green, orange and mauve.
A smart mix of stone and glass tiles form a stylish backsplash with natural texture. Choose sheets of linear glass tile with assorted sizes and a random pattern for visual variety, or opt for aligned tiles for a streamlined look.
Sometimes backsplashes should allow other materials (like cabintry) bask in the limelight. In this Portland project, Jessica Helgerson Interior Design selected white Savoy 1”x4” stacked tiles from Ann Sacks for both the kitchen and bathroom. Photo by Grant Harder. This originally appeared in Midcentury Renovation in Portland Capitalizes on Nature with Seven Doors to the Outside.
DIY Kitchen Makeover on a Budget. Before and After. Giani Granite Countertop Paint kits transform existing counters to the look of natural stone and Nuvo Cabinet Paint is a one-day makeover process. www.gianigranite.com: