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Eco-Friendly Tiles for Sustainable Home Design
All about Terra Tile’s Eco-friendly, low carbon footprint tiles If you’re looking for a sustainable and eco-friendly flooring, roofing, or wall-tile option for your home, quarry tiles are an excellent choice. Quarry tiles are made from natural clay and are a versatile material that can be used for plenty of...Read More
Timeless Design Elements
2023 interior design trends are on the rise, and there are a lot of great ones out there. But while they’re fun to explore, there is something to be said for a classic look that isn’t in jeopardy of going out of style or looking dated; a style that you...Read More
Biophilic Design And Interior Tiles
Biophilic design is quickly becoming one of the most popular interior trends of the moment. The design approach emerged as an architectural style that sought to address the issue of human disconnection from nature in an increasingly artificial world. Inspired by the idea that people need closeness and connection to...Read More
What Grout To Use With Floor Tile
So, you have your tile picked out and you’re ready to start installing. One important part of a flooring project that’s often overlooked is which grout to choose. It’s important to consider how the grout lines will affect your floor’s appearance, and how that will translate in the space you’re...Read More
How To Use Terracotta Tile To Create Your Desired Aesthetic
Whether you’re designing a commercial business property, a public architectural landscaping project, or your very own backyard, terracotta tile can be an excellent tool to help you curate your desired look. The unique blend of natural, earthy tones and finished lines in these geometric tiles make them a very versatile...Read More
What Is Quarry Tile?
What are quarry tiles? Quarry tiles are unglazed, clay floor tiles, frequently used for their durability and aesthetic. How are quarry tiles made? A clay based mixture is extruded through a die machine to shape the tiles and to ensure high density. After the tiles have dried, they are kiln-fired...Read More
Does Quarry Tile Need To Be Sealed?
First and foremost, sealing quarry tile is unnecessary. There are ultimately only two factors that may persuade you to seal: convenience and aesthetic. In terms of convenience, consider how frequently your tile will encounter messes. Sealing quarry tile will make cleaning easier, thus offering an advantage in environments where messes...Read More
Installing Floor Tile With Schluter DITRA
Installing Floor Tile With Schluter DITRA Installing floor tile can be time-consuming work. Fortunately, the Schluter DITRA uncoupling membrane provides an easy tile installation experience. The membrane acts as a cushioned, waterproof barrier between the tile and the existing substrate to protect your floor while providing...Read More
5 ways to add some Rustic Charm to your home using Terracotta Tiles
1. Level up your porch or patio The Terracotta tile adds a unique touch to this stunning second story porch amidst the trees. With just a few succulents and some hand-painted clay pots, this porch is the perfect blend of Spanish style charm and modern comfort. Recreate this color scheme...Read More
How To Clean Floor Tile
How To Clean Floor Tile If you have an older home, restaurant, or even gas station, you may have quarry tile that needs cleaning. Quarry tile can develop a beautiful finish over time, but it can be a bit difficult to clean due to the fact it’s...Read More
How To Install Floor Tile
How To Install Floor Tile Installing a tile floor can be time-consuming work. For those on a busy schedule, it can take a week to get the whole project accomplished. However, the process itself is straightforward and the end result is well worth the effort you...Read More
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