LAS VEGAS, NV -- Arizona Tile has announced that it will be showing its newest products for the stone and tile industry at the Arizona Tilebooth during the Kitchen and Bath Show (KBIS), which will be held from February 4 to 6, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. From the latest innovations using digital printing, to recycled products, to glass murals as pieces of art, there will be more than 200 new productsin the booth -- located in the North Hall, booth #1875.

According to Arizona Tile, technological advancements in digital printing techniques have led to dramatic improvements in the appearance of porcelain tile. One of the leading trends in this area has been the popularity of tile that looks like wood. Arizona Tile will be showcasing three new introductions, all products made in Italy.

  • Waterfall: A washed wood look is achieved with this series, available in four colors, two sizes, plus a 2- x 2-inch mosaic and a stack.
  • Savannah: Rich hues and varied tones lend themselves to the six colors in this series, available in 6- x 24- and 8- x 40-inch sizes.
  • Club: This tile series is reminiscent of reclaimed wood, mixing the past with the future. It is available in four colors and two sizes: 6 x 24 and 6 ½ x 40 inches.

Additionally, the company will be displaying Curava recycled countertops: An eco-friendly option with 60% recycled glass -- saving bottles, windshields and windows from landfills, and Samsung Radianz Quartz, with 11 of the 34 colors in the collection having recycled content. All are an ideal blend of nature and technology with colors ranging from neutrals to brights. The Arizona Tile booth will also be adorned with glass murals and custom-made waterjet products.