Above Image: Grain Brown 8'' x 47''
Encapsulating contemporary European style, the Grain Collection brings together clean lines, functional efficiency and effortless beauty to create a versatile wood-finish tile. Featuring natural wood grain and subtle variation in four wood tones, the Collection features wide planks and chevron patterns (stocked in Brown and Ochre), including an anti-slip version for outdoor use (Brown only). Made in Spain with the latest porcelain technology, Grain will stay beautiful for decades to come.
Above Image: Valmalenco Anthracite 12'' x 24'' in Natural Finish
Cool and restrained, the Valmalenco collection of porcelain tile expresses a decidedly modern attitude, recalling the chic style of Milan, Italy's fashion capital. Offered in three tones of grey and accented by light flowing veins, Valmalenco's subtle elegance is a great complement to modern and contemporary architectural spaces.
Above Image: Spanish Cotto 13'' x 13''
Handmade and high fired, Spanish Cotto offers a beautiful and durable surface for floors, walls, and counters. A unique hand pressing method gives each tile a warm, leathery patina that mirrors the look and feel of aged terra cotta.
Above Image: Woodridge Quartzite 18'' x 18'' and Shabui Wallstone
Tactile and earthy, Slate and Quartzite evoke the purity of a crystal clear lakeside morning. Its rustic appeal can be used effectively in a mountain lodge, urban loft or poolside in the Hamptons. Its unique nature and rough hewn surface make is a perfect companion to other elemental materials like wood, glass and metal.
Above Image: Weave Montage Pattern in Moroccan Blend (special order)
A union of clean, linear geometry and the unpredictable art of hand poured glass, Weave glass finds it's beauty in the meeting of contrasts, creating a unique Zen Modern sensibility. The shimmering colors of Weave glass take their cue from nature, evoking air, earth, and water in muted tones of autumn gold, sea green, ocean blue, and metallic bronze. Each color is finished with an iridescent patina, giving the surface of the glass a visual dimension that shifts endlessly with the play of light and shadow.