Contemporary Stone & Tile Design: Vol. 22, № 2 (Spring 2015)


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ON THE COVER:
A set of antique Moroccan doors with subtle turquoise undertones set the tone for the Moroccan-inspired theme of the master bathroom in this Texan residence. Handmade, glazed turquoise ceramic tiles from Mexico in a 4- x 4-inch format were paired with dark gray large-format porcelain floor tiles. Additionally, granite vanity tops and tub surround finish the look of the space. Design by CG&S Design-Build, Austin, TX. Photo courtesy of Tommy Kile.

Countertops and Architectural Surfaces: Vol. 8, № 2 (Quarter 2, 2015)


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This kitchen project, designed in Cosentino’s Dekton product by fabricator Peter Brooks Stone Works in New Jersey, was performed at TV personality designer Anthony Carrino’s private residence. The project not only encompassed his indoor kitchen but flowed out onto a rooftop patio where the material was used as decking and for an outdoor kitchen. Read the full story on Page 18.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 79, № 1 (What is the Best Flooring for Your Project?)


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Before we can answer the question we have to know a bit about the project and the expectations of the flooring being anticipated. To start, its best to categorize the type of traffic the space is going to receive such as light, moderate, heavy or extra heavy. Next we'll want to know if the aesthetics are luxury, such as executive offices or super heavy duty such as a mall, for example. In addition we have to know if the flooring is going to be maintained regularly or almost not at all and if the maintenance is to be done by in house or contracted services on some type of routine basis.

Floor Trends Magazine: Vol. 17, № 4 (April 2015)


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ON THE COVER:

It may not look like` it, but this a porcelain tile floor by Mannington and represents how far both technology and the sophistication in styling has come in the tile industry. As the economy grows tile is regaining its pre-recession popularity with end users, making it a hot item for specialty dealers to carry. In this issue, retailers who have found success selling tile explain why.