Category Archives: Ceramic Tile

Tile Floor

A very interesting tile design

Alterna Luxury Tile sale

There is nothing quite like Alterna. It is an engineered stone flooring. The core is made from limestone and the surface is made with a non-porous resilient surface. It is easy to clean and care for. It is ideal for high-moisture areas.

How often when visiting our southern states do we love the ceramic tile we see installed. But here in the Pacific NW we often have to use area rugs to warm the floor. Not so with these tiles. They are warmer to the touch.

There are 12 grout colors to select from. OR…..forget the grout to make cleaning even easier. The look will be a tight rectified tile look.

On sale now through April.

Alterna 002Alterna 003

 

Tile Backsplash and Cambria Countertop Draws Wows!

The countertop is Cambria Quartz pattern Laneshaw. The glass tile is 2″ x 4″ English Bay Driftwood in a stacked pattern with a metallic glass and zinc accent mosaic. The striking glass tile really turned the unusual angled corners behind the sink into a special feature. The undermounted sink is a stainless steel Kraus single bowl.

Designed by Kim Olsen, Allyn Interiors

 

New Tile to Select From

Come take a look at these new tiles that would be great for your new backsplash.

Tile Display

New Product

We are excited to offer you Luxury Vinyl Tile and Plank from Earthwerks.

They have great price points and look great.

Here are a few.

Style: "SwfTrn_Legacy"

Style: Legacy comes with a Lifetime warranty

 

Sinclair_SCL_477

Style: Sinclair Bamboo  Vinyl

Eliminate the concern with expansion/contraction of real bamboo. This is stable.

 

Trenton_TRN_1883

Style: Trenton comes in 18 x 18 or a 18 x 36 size vinyl tile.

Come take a look today.

 

 

 

 

Fun Project – The Rivers Residence in Grapeview, WA

Rivers job 3.

 

Lots of pillows on a custom window seat

rivers job 7

Rivers Job 1 (2)

Painted Floor

Rivers job 4.

Starfish Shower Floor

designer Ernest Martinez

Decorating with Tile

backsplash black

 

Fresh Ideas for Your Home

Decorating with tile gives you an almost unlimited range of patterns, colors and materials.

The most difficult task may be to decide what kind of beautiful tile best suits your lifestyle and decor.

Tile is one of the oldest and most traditional of building materials, but it can also look totally modern,
depending on the type of tile you select, the surfaces you use it for, and the way it’s installed. You can even
add Southwestern, Asian or African accents with a carefully selected tile.

Tile is so versatile it can be used on almost any surface, including:

Walls
Floors
Countertops
Fireplaces
Table tops
Even ceilings!

And what a variety of tile materials is available, including mosaics, marble, porcelain, glass, natural stone,
ceramic, slate and terra cotta. There’s even porcelain tile that looks like wood for better stain resistance and
moisture proofing!

One of the challenges of selecting tile is that there are almost too many choices – and they’re all beautiful!
That’s why it’s helpful to work with an expert to pick the most fitting tile for your application. For example,
bathroom flooring and shower floors need to be slip resistant. And for your kitchen floor, counter top or
backsplash, you’ll want to select tile that’s stain-resistant and easy-to-clean.

Compared to many other hard surfaces, most tile is reasonably priced, long-lasting, durable and easy to
clean without periodic polishing or sealing. Tile is also flexible because it comes in so many shapes and sizes, from tiny one-inch squares to giant 12-inch by 24-inch rectangles.

Tile surfaces can add beauty, style and durability to your home. They are so versatile – and come in so
many choices – that you can create almost any look and mood.

 

Hunter Douglas Fresh Ideas August 2014