Thu.Aug 08, 2019

Cement Tile: A Statement-Making Solution for a Historic Home Remodel

Cement Style

Julie and Barret Blondeau wanted to make a statement when they updated the bathroom in their 90-year-old home in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. To achieve their design goals, they selected cement tile from the Caprice collection from Villa Lagoon Tile to replace the outdated flooring in their bathroom.

Iznik Inspired

Diary of a Tile Addict

We are lucky today to have the pleasure of enjoying Iznik tiles, and for new ones to still be created. Originally produced in the 15th and 16th Centuries in the Ottoman Empire, by the 17th Century the practice of creating these tiles had all but disappeared.

Best Indoor Trees For Every Room In Your House

Trendir Magazine

Indoor trees not only bring freshness to the home, but they add a luxurious feel while filtering the air. They are sort of an easy filtration system that adds color, texture, and beauty to any room.

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Test on Architectural Materials that Could Reduce Movement During Tremors

The A to Z of Building

Over 80,000 aftershocks have been registered as the repercussion of the two California earthquakes that took place on July 4th, 2019, which was a holiday. Californians, who are generally used to

Mitsubishi Electric’s Test Facility Awarded Net Zero Energy Building Certification

The A to Z of Building

On August 6th, 2019, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation reported that its visualized Net Zero Energy Building Test Facility is Japan’s first medium-scale (more than 6,000 m2) office building under