Elevating Well-Being, Health with MrSteam’s SteamTherapy

Tile and Stone Make the In-Home Spa Experience For thousands of years, steam has been used as an important part of the Roman, English, and Middle Eastern cultures. Whether done daily or on a weekly basis, steam (as used in hammams), was not only integral to cleanliness, but it was also considered a social event as this time was spent […]

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Crossville’s Oceanaire Tile Takes Inspiration from the Sea

Crossville, Inc. has launched Oceanaire, a porcelain tile collection designed to capture the appearance of sea- and sand-swept natural stone. The line is notable for its multi-directional striations interpreted in five gradient color options and a range of versatile size options—including large formats and a mosaic option. “This line is inspired by the vast scenery associated with the ocean, but […]

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Ege Seramik’s Lumina Collection Reminiscent of Ancient Stone

Ege Seramik has developed a state-of-the-art porcelain tile range that emulates the look of natural stone. LUMINA is a modern, unique interpretation of the venerable Turkish marble known as Marmara – one that has been used for centuries in various construction capacities. Whereas grey is the original color of the stone, Ege Seramik has added a contemporary look and feel by […]

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Mark Your Calendars for a Tile-Centric KBTribechat!

  Tile consumption in the U.S. is on the rise. As market demand is growing, so are the creative options that tile makers are offering. On Wednesday, October 14th, Tileometry and our friends over at TileTuesday will be co-hosting kbtribechat, a weekly a group (tribe) of kitchen and bath professionals who chat on twitter every Wednesday from 2:00 – 3:00 pm eastern time. […]

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Country Floors’ Barcela Cement Tile Evokes Old World Feel

Country Floors introduces the Barcela collection, cement tiles inspired by 19th century European patterns. Each tile is meticulously crafted and produced utilizing a technique that has been in used since the later part of the 19th Century. The Barcela Collection embraces a traditional style with a contemporary twist. This collection traditional look is defined by its symmetry, which is all […]

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Italian Porcelain Tiles from 41Zero42 Resonate with Fashion, Design

Italian tile manufacturer 41Zero42, which takes its name from Modena, Italy’s postal code, has launched itself onto the tile and design scene with seven collections, including: Burlington, Jumble, Muro41, U-Color, Yaki, Paper41 (shown above), and Mate. According to the company, “The world of ceramic tiles has evolved and changed over recent years. Research and technology have renewed tiles, which in the […]

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Ceramics of Italy’s 2015 Tile Competition Winners Announced

Now in its 22nd year, the Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition has announced seven outstanding projects that “wholly represent the competition’s goal of honoring commendable use of Italian tile in North American architecture and design,” organizers say. Sponsored by Confindustria Ceramica (the Italian Association of Ceramics) and the Italian Trade Commission, the competition attracted high-quality submissions in each of the […]

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