Sat.Feb 08, 2020 - Fri.Feb 14, 2020

A Journey Through Valencia and Màlaga on the Passport to Creativity Tour

Tile of Spain USA

Tile of Spain USA traveled to Spain last week with a talented group of architects, interior designers and journalists for an educational exploration through Valencia and Màlaga during the annual Passport to Creativity Tour.

Why Salvatori Remains a Leader in Italian Stonework

As The Tile Turns

Inspiration is all around us, but there's no denying that the world's most impressive stonework hails from Italy. Hence, our love of Italian design house Salvatori should come as no great surprise.

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Playlist of the Week – Game Night

Architectural Ceramics

Week of February 10th, 2020. Don’t let Valentine’s Day go by without spending it with your loved ones – plan a game night with close friends and family to make this year’s Valentine’s day full of love and care!

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Everyone’s got 2020 vision

Diary of a Tile Addict

The most unmistakeable theme of this year’s Cevisama was a play on the new decade. Celebrating the roaring 20s in a stylish fashion seemed to be the priority, looking back a hundred years for inspiration. One of the most dominant and memorable aspects of 1920s design was Art Deco.

How Instagrammable Are Your Commercial Spaces?

Giotile

There’s no doubt that social media (and Instagram in particular) has made a huge impact on the world of commercial interior design over the last decade. Unlike Facebook and Twitter, though, images are the whole point of Instagram.

Catch a Wave of Color & Texture with Point Break!

Garden State Tile Blog

Inspired by the coastal landscape of the Florida Keys, the Point Break glazed porcelain collection includes 3 small format sizes, 10 cool colors and a set of eclectic decos all reminiscent of the sea and sand. This 4”x8”, 4”x12” and 8”x8” matte porcelain features a soft undulated look that can be used on both floors and walls with colors ranging from blue to green and white to grey. Browse The Point Break Collection Here. The post Catch a Wave of Color & Texture with Point Break!

Week of February 17th- Beach & Island Getaways

Architectural Ceramics

Top 5 Design Posts – Beach & Island Getaways. For many, Presidents Day weekend offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. A time when you can catch up on rest and relaxation, while also spending quality time with your family.

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Why You Might Want Sous Vide Capability In Your Kitchen

JG Kitchens

I first heard about sous vide cooking — and tasted its potential — at my dear friends’ home in Los Angeles. They’re both cooking aficionados and sous vide regularly for their family and guests.

The Ultimate Home Security and Safety Checklist Every Family Needs

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

Whether you’re planning on moving, are in the middle of a move, or are simply looking to upgrade your current setup, home safety and security are extremely important.

How To Choice A Smart Pantry Door – 10 Ingenious Ideas

Trendir Magazine

While having a pantry is more of a necessity than a luxury, that does not mean it has to be boring. The panty can be quite fun, especially if you decorate it the right way.

Going for Grey

Diary of a Tile Addict

Nobody did grey quite like Azuvi whose entire stand showcased their signature stylish neutrals in range after range of textured grey surfaces such as Montana Grey, Valley Light Grey, and Dexa Dark Grey.

A Day in the Life – Punch list Day

Life of an Architect

Today we are taking a look at a day in the life of an architect. and on this day I just so happened to walk a project and create a punch list as part of the closeout process of the project.

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Everyone’s got 2020 vision

Diary of a Tile Addict

The most unmistakeable theme of this year’s Cevisama was a play on the new decade. Celebrating the roaring 20s in a stylish fashion seemed to be the priority, looking back a hundred years for inspiration. One of the most dominant and memorable aspects of 1920s design was Art Deco.

Glitter & Gold

Diary of a Tile Addict

Continuing on from the glitz and glamour of the roaring 20s is a trend we couldn’t help but notice all around Cevisama. Gold was particularly prevalent as were dark and mysterious metallic shades and tin-look tiles, and shiniest of all was the glitter.

Glitter & Gold

Diary of a Tile Addict

Continuing on from the glitz and glamour of the roaring 20s is a trend we couldn’t help but notice all around Cevisama. Gold was particularly prevalent as were dark and mysterious metallic shades and tin-look tiles, and shiniest of all was the glitter.

Capturing Cevisama

Diary of a Tile Addict

Now that Cevisama is over, we will be bringing you our take on the show. We were on the look out for expected trends, delightful designs, and Tile Addict favourites- and we weren’t disappointed.

Capturing Cevisama

Diary of a Tile Addict

Now that Cevisama is over, we will be bringing you our take on the show. We were on the look out for expected trends, delightful designs, and Tile Addict favourites- and we weren’t disappointed.