Introducing London Brick

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New Porcelain + Ceramic Tile

Carrara & Hexagon & Arabesque, Oh My! Several new porcelain collections have been added to our catalog and we're thrilled to share them with you!

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New Glass Tile!

With a wide variety of colors, shapes and textures, glass tile is a great way to add visual appeal and interest to any kitchen backsplash or bathroom. Check out the new lines in our Signature Glass Collection and come in to our showroom to see how beautiful they are in person!

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New Additions for Fall 2015

Like what you see? Stop by the showroom to check it out in person or request a sample from your Trends in Tile Rep!

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Solid Color Unglazed Porcelain

Unicolour is an unglazed tile available in both a matte and polished finish in 8 neutral colors. In addition to it's impressive durability, this tile is ideal for the fabrication of custom bullnose thanks to the solid coloration of the entire tile. Rather than adding yet another material, bullnosing the edge of an existing tile is the cleanest way to trim out a tile installation.

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New Subway and Wall Tiles

No other tile is as versatile as a white subway tile. This clean look is a classic for a reason. Blanco is a collection of glossy white tiles and trims that are aggressively priced and stocked daily. We keep it simple so you can focus on the demanding parts of the project.

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Nuheat's HOME Thermostat

Programming a thermostat can be an intimidating thought. Especially to those of us who remember watching their VCR flash 12:00 through the majority of the 90's. Many times we've witnessed technology progress at the expense of ease of use. Nuheat's new HOME thermostat balances function with simplicity making it as easy to use as it is attractive.

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Article by: Mitch Tully