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National Tile Day – Project Gallery

In honor of National Tile Day, we wanted to present a few stellar projects for your enjoyment, and to remind us of the beauty,...

MAPEI systems help LaGuardia Airport mural fly high

Massive 25,000-sq.-ft. mural is candidate for Guinness Book of World Records New York’s LaGuardia Airport now features one of the largest continuous mosaic artwork pieces...

ABC: Construction unemployment rates down in 20 states, showing regional improvements in jobs numbers

WASHINGTON, Dec. 3—Like most of the economy, construction, and therefore construction employment, was hit hard by the spread of...

Tile of Spain announces winners of the 2020 edition of the Tile of Spain Awards

Miami, FL December 2020 – Tile of Spain, the association representing over 125 Spanish tile manufacturers, announces the winners of the 19th annual Tile of Spain...

Walls, floors and showers get upgrades in majority of bathroom refreshes, Houzz study finds

The Houzz 2020 Bathroom Trends Study reveals popular features, styles and colors Wall finishes, floors and showers are near the top of the list of...

Cersaie Report: taking a look at what’s new from Italy

Like many things, Cersaie (www.cersaie.it/en/) looked a little different this year. After an initial delay until November, the decision was made to postpone the...

BIANCO: Combining award-worthy design with the taste of Italy

Bianco is a gorgeous restaurant serving mouthwatering Italian cuisine in the heart of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Natural lighting shines in from floor-to-ceiling windows, industrial...

Why Tile publishes ceramic tile Hygiene Guides collection

(Anderson, SC)— In the wake of COVID-19 concerns for surface hygiene, Why Tile® announces a collection of resources defining the health benefits of ceramic...

Daltile launches new Quetread & Paver collection

Dallas, TX – November 9, 2020 – Daltile is proud to announce the launch of its new Quetread & Paver quarry tile collection.  “Quarry...

Does construction have a culture?

We read so much these days about the importance of corporate culture. This is a standard subject in my many recent interviews with “Top...

Pairing pedestals and pavers in exterior settings

Martin Brookes, Woody Sanders discuss use of pedestal systems in Coverings Connected program Back in April, when we all thought we would be in New Orleans for...

Keeping you informed

As Publisher of TileLetter and Executive Director of the National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA), I have enjoyed interviewing a variety of guests from all...

Simply Intricate Designs LLC

The artists of installation in Baton Rouge, La. Anthony Moses, owner of Simply Intricate Designs, LLC in Baton Rouge, La., may have been a member...

East Coast to West Coast templating

Templating is often thought of as a technique only used by solid surface fabricators in the construction of kitchen countertops, and other slab stone...

CUSTOM supports training with sponsorship, virtual and in-person options

So, pandemics can have silver linings.  While the training and education aspect of our industry has taken a hit with the suspension of in-person events,...

CUSTOM system maintains high standards at the University of Wyoming

Located on the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, the University of Wyoming has a reputation as one of the most beautiful college campuses...

Hollow-sounding tiles may signal installation problems

By Donato Pompo, Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants A common symptom I come across in investigations is ceramic or stone tile (“tile”) that sounds hollow....
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