When the owners of an older outdated condominium in Orlando, FL, wanted to update their unsafe and nonfunctional residence into a second vacation home that was both functional and inviting, they sought help from an experienced, award-winning interior design agency in the local area.
When renovating two of Marquette University’s core buildings, architects selected a varying palette of porcelain tile that would blend aesthetically well together and return the buildings back to their original luster
Each year, new developments in tile product lines continue to prove amazing — whether it is because of the authentic-looking surfaces that mimic natural materials such as wood or stone, large formats or non-traditional shapes, or the assortment of surface textures.
In this issue of Contemporary Stone & Tile Design, we bring you our annual focus on Kitchen & Bath Design. From a beach-inspired bathroom design to a kitchen backsplash made of circular mosaic tile, the following are filled with illustrations of innovative and unique uses of stone and tile.