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Tile revamps ho-hum walls and floors in an instant—from tile flooring to backsplash tile.( Mirror Polished wall & floor tiles ) Chances are, your home has tiles ceramic and porcelain tiles somewhere—the bathroom and kitchen, hall, hospital, garden, restaurant, airport, hotels, or maybe a foyer or mudroom. While they serve a practical purpose—waterproof, easy to clean, protects surfaces—tiles have now emerged as a pivotal element in taking a space from flat to fabulous! Look to tile as a style and even a fashion choice, as manufacturing advances such as high-definition (HD) printing and slip-resistant finishes help to create a personal statement on floors, as well as walls. Consider these five trends: FAUX EFDECTS : Improvements in HD printing have translated to tile with highly realistic interpretations of natural materials like wood and stone, as well as concrete, plaster, and metal. And the options don’t stop there. In addition to the oak or walnut look, these woods are coupled with different finishes and treatments—pickled, distressed, reclaimed (with the faux paint still intact), sustainable alternatives to exotic hardwoods like a mirror-polished cherry or mahogany that you might previously have found only in a palace or a yacht. This tile also lets you take “wood” where you previously might not have…inside a shower, for instance. As for stone, you can install a luxurious-looking faux marble for your entire bath at a tenth the cost of the real thing, and without the habitual upkeep, such as sealing. No need to worry about scratches or water or wine stains with glazed porcelain. Why not combine a faux-wood and a faux-stone look in a bath? Most tile comes 3/8-inch thick, so it’s easier to combine these looks in tile than to align the differing heights of real wood planks with marble slabs on a floor. If you want a more industrial look for, say, a loft or home office, check out faux concrete in a super-size, like 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, etc —again, without the need to seal and with no risk of cracking, like poured concrete. If you crave color but don’t want those glossy big squares you remember from the school washroom, look for porcelain tiles & ceramic tiles that mimic encaustic cement tiles, with their luscious hues and patterns. ADD VARIOUS TEXTURES : As described above, faux effects are achieved from highly realistic HD printing. Textures are also now being incorporated during the manufacturing process. Some faux weathered wood porcelain tile includes the dings and saw marks you’d expect to find in reclaimed planks, minus the splinters! Brick is making a comeback too, and with the introduction of faux brick tile comes a realistic pebbled surface. Consider paving your entryway with this tactile material—a perfect crossover from the outside in. Colored glazes in myriad choices give this brick fresh, contemporary appeal, and can provide a touch of texture to a space where a neutral color dominates like a shower or backsplash. Also expect to find tile with finishes that resemble fabric, from nubby linen to lace to fine twill. These styles look especially warm underfoot, and bring sophisticated depth when used on walls. CONSIDER THREE – DIMENSIONAL: Once upon a time, 3D tile was very popular in those cool mid-century houses that were never renovated. If it was ever on your wishlist, you likely had to pay a lot for something that was hand cast or, alternatively, rough around the edges (literally). However, the demand for 3D has risen among designers for hotels and restaurants, and homeowners are now reaping the results. Manufacturers offer lots of interesting sculptural surfaces, from shallow recesses that resemble waves or indentations worn into stone by water to alternating raised and recessed hexagons to abstract and organic shapes that seem to spring from their surfaces. These tiles are good for feature walls and vertical areas, such as hallways that transition from one room to another. BEYOND BASIC SHAPES AND PATTERNS : The hexagon is one of the more popular shapes to appear in kitchens and baths; it combines graphic interest with a classic outline, providing a strong motif around which you can play with size and color. One manufacturer created a wall tile with alternating rising and recessed discs. The big” subway tile is seeing a renaissance, and reinterpreted in a thinner and longer dimension like 60x60, 60x120 or even 80x80, 80x120”. The rectilinear shapes lend themselves to a lot of different patterns when installed, like herringbone, chevron, and the running bond as an alternative to the traditional stacked. If you’re in the market for something more sensual, consider an arabesque-shape tile. Smaller versions will work on the floor, where the grout lines prevent slipping; it also makes a pretty backsplash or wall behind a vanity in a master bath. CHOOSE YOUR SIZE : If you’ve visited a tile store lately, you’ve probably noticed tiles are getting, well, bigger. Rectangular shapes can be found twice as wide as you may be accustomed to, such as 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, Squares, too, have doubled in size, from 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, Besides their fashion-forward appearance, there are several additional benefits: these larger sizes or formats actually make a small space, such as a bath, appear larger. There’s also fewer grout lines, which means faster installation and easier upkeep. However, the size trend doesn’t stop there. Designers are mixing sizes to create interesting effects, and you can, too. Combine wide and narrow wood planks, for instance, to achieve a custom effect, or alternate four small squares with one large square in the same size. A WORD ABOUT GROUT : A decade or so ago, most tile installations used a white or off-white grout. It was adequate to blend into the tile’s appearance and still show the pattern. Now you can choose from dozens of colors to match your selection. Contrasting grout, however, has caught on, particularly with subway and other rectangular formats, to get a more graphic effect or to emphasize the shape of the tile. Your choice in tile can influence the entire space it occupies. Here is how used stacked patterns in minimalist fashion, while went bold with cement tile on the floor but subtly glamorous on the wall. geometric backsplash become the kitchen’s centerpiece, while subtle 3D tile struck a perfect balance.
Tile revamps ho-hum walls and floors in an instant—from tile flooring to backsplash tile.( Mirror Polished wall & floor tiles ) Chances are, your home has tiles ceramic and porcelain tiles somewhere—the bathroom and kitchen, hall, hospital, garden, restaurant, airport, hotels, or maybe a foyer or mudroom. While they serve a practical purpose—waterproof, easy to clean, protects surfaces—tiles have now emerged as a pivotal element in taking a space from flat to fabulous! Look to tile as a style and even a fashion choice, as manufacturing advances such as high-definition (HD) printing and slip-resistant finishes help to create a personal statement on floors, as well as walls. Consider these five trends: FAUX EFDECTS : Improvements in HD printing have translated to tile with highly realistic interpretations of natural materials like wood and stone, as well as concrete, plaster, and metal. And the options don’t stop there. In addition to the oak or walnut look, these woods are coupled with different finishes and treatments—pickled, distressed, reclaimed (with the faux paint still intact), sustainable alternatives to exotic hardwoods like a mirror-polished cherry or mahogany that you might previously have found only in a palace or a yacht. This tile also lets you take “wood” where you previously might not have…inside a shower, for instance. As for stone, you can install a luxurious-looking faux marble for your entire bath at a tenth the cost of the real thing, and without the habitual upkeep, such as sealing. No need to worry about scratches or water or wine stains with glazed porcelain. Why not combine a faux-wood and a faux-stone look in a bath? Most tile comes 3/8-inch thick, so it’s easier to combine these looks in tile than to align the differing heights of real wood planks with marble slabs on a floor. If you want a more industrial look for, say, a loft or home office, check out faux concrete in a super-size, like 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, etc —again, without the need to seal and with no risk of cracking, like poured concrete. If you crave color but don’t want those glossy big squares you remember from the school washroom, look for porcelain tiles & ceramic tiles that mimic encaustic cement tiles, with their luscious hues and patterns. ADD VARIOUS TEXTURES : As described above, faux effects are achieved from highly realistic HD printing. Textures are also now being incorporated during the manufacturing process. Some faux weathered wood porcelain tile includes the dings and saw marks you’d expect to find in reclaimed planks, minus the splinters! Brick is making a comeback too, and with the introduction of faux brick tile comes a realistic pebbled surface. Consider paving your entryway with this tactile material—a perfect crossover from the outside in. Colored glazes in myriad choices give this brick fresh, contemporary appeal, and can provide a touch of texture to a space where a neutral color dominates like a shower or backsplash. Also expect to find tile with finishes that resemble fabric, from nubby linen to lace to fine twill. These styles look especially warm underfoot, and bring sophisticated depth when used on walls. CONSIDER THREE – DIMENSIONAL: Once upon a time, 3D tile was very popular in those cool mid-century houses that were never renovated. If it was ever on your wishlist, you likely had to pay a lot for something that was hand cast or, alternatively, rough around the edges (literally). However, the demand for 3D has risen among designers for hotels and restaurants, and homeowners are now reaping the results. Manufacturers offer lots of interesting sculptural surfaces, from shallow recesses that resemble waves or indentations worn into stone by water to alternating raised and recessed hexagons to abstract and organic shapes that seem to spring from their surfaces. These tiles are good for feature walls and vertical areas, such as hallways that transition from one room to another. BEYOND BASIC SHAPES AND PATTERNS : The hexagon is one of the more popular shapes to appear in kitchens and baths; it combines graphic interest with a classic outline, providing a strong motif around which you can play with size and color. One manufacturer created a wall tile with alternating rising and recessed discs. The big” subway tile is seeing a renaissance, and reinterpreted in a thinner and longer dimension like 60x60, 60x120 or even 80x80, 80x120”. The rectilinear shapes lend themselves to a lot of different patterns when installed, like herringbone, chevron, and the running bond as an alternative to the traditional stacked. If you’re in the market for something more sensual, consider an arabesque-shape tile. Smaller versions will work on the floor, where the grout lines prevent slipping; it also makes a pretty backsplash or wall behind a vanity in a master bath. CHOOSE YOUR SIZE : If you’ve visited a tile store lately, you’ve probably noticed tiles are getting, well, bigger. Rectangular shapes can be found twice as wide as you may be accustomed to, such as 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, Squares, too, have doubled in size, from 60x60, 60x120, 80x80, 80x120, 30x60, Besides their fashion-forward appearance, there are several additional benefits: these larger sizes or formats actually make a small space, such as a bath, appear larger. There’s also fewer grout lines, which means faster installation and easier upkeep. However, the size trend doesn’t stop there. Designers are mixing sizes to create interesting effects, and you can, too. Combine wide and narrow wood planks, for instance, to achieve a custom effect, or alternate four small squares with one large square in the same size. A WORD ABOUT GROUT : A decade or so ago, most tile installations used a white or off-white grout. It was adequate to blend into the tile’s appearance and still show the pattern. Now you can choose from dozens of colors to match your selection. Contrasting grout, however, has caught on, particularly with subway and other rectangular formats, to get a more graphic effect or to emphasize the shape of the tile. Your choice in tile can influence the entire space it occupies. Here is how used stacked patterns in minimalist fashion, while went bold with cement tile on the floor but subtly glamorous on the wall. geometric backsplash become the kitchen’s centerpiece, while subtle 3D tile struck a perfect balance.
" POLISHED GLAZED VITRIFIED TIES : If it’s sandy beaches of the Mediterranean or tranquil vibes from distant shores, why not recreate the look within the comfort of your own home using the new FEA TILES range for a holiday destination feeling at your fingertips all year round. after all who needs a holiday when you can bring the luxury spa resort within your very own surroundings without the need to board a plane? Natural stone bathroom tiles and mosaics. Ok so maybe we won’t be giving up our annual holiday but the return home won’t be as disappointing when you have the exotic fea tiles across your bathroom walls, helping you to relax and forget about those holiday blues in style. Sounds too good to be true right? Not with the FEA glazed porcelain tile range with suitability for both walls and floors. It oozes character with its textured effect look - a must have tile trend for 2017. toscana tile range setting Merging old and new tiling techniques including inkjet and artisan, tiles have taken on modern and exciting forms and finishes creating texualised effects in turn, helping shape new dimensions and inspiring feature walls throughout homes today. Natural Materials and textiles are a dominant inspiration for the textured tile trend this year, think woven wool, cottons to natural stones and marble veining; you name it this tile trend seems to have it all. Embracing this exciting tile trend, the FEA TILES range comes with a natural stone effect textured look, not to dissimilar to the textured look you are likely to find within exotic spa retreats and cultural destinations a far. Toscana Deco Tile Available in two sizes 600x600mm & 600x300mm, 600x1200mm, 800x800mm, 800x1200mm. and a complementing mosaic option which radiates character and quality. Also glazed porcelain, the mosaic tile comes with a stunning satin finish which is great for use on both wall and floor areas, as you can see from the images, blending beautifully with the Toscana beige and beige rectified tiles. If that’s not got you daydreaming about your next staycation then we don’t know what will.Digital wall tiles, floor tiles, porcelain tiles. all item we have big range of with different size. Porcelain tiles are also ceramic tiles. They are a specific form of ceramic tiles, but composed of much thinner and denser clay and burn at much higher temperatures if compared. Porcelain tiles are made of clay with a water absorption index of less than 0.5%, while ceramic tiles have a clay composition with water absorption greater than 0.5%. POLISHED PORCELAIN TILES : Size : 600x600mm No of pcs : 04 / Box Cov : 1.44 / sqm Load : 960 Box Surface : polished / Matt / Rustic More detail please visit : www.feaceramics.com
3 REASONS WHY THIN PORCELAIN TILES ARE SO POPULAR ? Thin porcelain tiles deliver a combination of strength, style and size as also offer variety of functional and aesthetic benefits. Given their versatility, benefits and exquisite designs, these have emerged as a popular choice among architects and designers for almost every interior or exterior residential or commercial project. Similar to FEA CERAMICS ultra-thin glazed vitrified tiles, the thin porcelain tiles are twice as strong and durable as conventional tiles. The thickness of these ultra large forma porcelain tiles usually ranges between 9.0 mm to 9.5 mm. From bathroom shower walls, kitchen splashback, countertops and hallways to floor tiles, the large-format thin porcelain tiles are an ideal choice for both new installations and remodeling projects. So what are the outstanding benefits of thin porcelain tiles that drive its growing popularity? 3 REASONS WHY THIN PORCELAIN TILES ARE SO POPULAR? Porcelain tiles are particularly gaining popularity in the remodeling of tile installation for their ability to offer a range of practical benefits and attractive style choices apart from durability, strength, elegance and easy maintenance. These are recommended for both interior and exterior walls as also floor tiles to create an elegant look at fraction of the cost and time. Discover the reason why thin porcelain tiles are so popular: SIGNIFICANTLY EASIER TO CUT AND INSTALL THAN STANDARD TILE: The thickness of porcelain tiles is a fraction of that of traditional tiles and because they are lightweight, they are easier to cut and install. Their lightweight and large size makes them capable of versatile applications and wide-range of design projects. LOW-MAINTENANCE: The porcelain tiles are resistant to moisture, bacteria, heat, stains and scratches, thus making them impervious to germs, bacteria and moisture and stains. These are an ideal choice for kitchen, bathroom, labs and other moisture prone areas that require hygiene and frequent cleaning. They are easy to clean and maintain. This also makes them versatile for indoor and outdoor applications whether for wall, splashback, countertops or floor. LARGE FORMAT SIZE & WIDE VARIETY The large format size of these thin porcelain tiles helps create a seamless appearance, making them a great choice for large areas as also making their application easier. Moreover the innovative tile printing technology offers wide design range in colours and patterns. Discover the FEA CERAMICS, heavy duty FEA Tiles Porcellanto TUFF GUARD and innovative range of vitrified wall tiles today. azulejos de porcelana | Fabricante de azulejos de porcelana | Fabricante de azulejos | Fabricante de azulejos de pared | Azulejos fabricante | Fabricante de sal soluble | Azulejos vitrificados | Azulejos vitrificados fabricante | Fabricante de azulejos en maxico | Polished Enamel | Microsellado | Double Burden | wall tiles | floor tiles | porcelain tiles | saluble salt | polished porcelain tiles | 600x600mm floor tiles | 600x600mm PGVT | digital wall tiles | polished wall tiles | polished tiles | ceramic tiles | tiles manufacture india | ceramic tiles | tile | ceramic | porcelain | kitchen tiles | bathroom tiles | parking tiles | parking floor tiles | 3D wall tiles | text tile | tiles supplier | johnson tiles| wall| floor| borderadditives| glaze| related|tile | tiles| glass tile| glass tiles | slate | granite | marble | travertine | patio pavers | deck tiles | decks | ipe decking | tiles| ceramic tiles| porcelain tiles| granite slabs | travertine tile | travertine | marble | marble tile | wood look tile flooring| tile that looks like wood| wood tile| ceramic tile | mosaic | mosaics | mosaic tiles | mosaic craft tiles | wall tiles| floor tiles | | bathroom tiles | kitchen tiles |original style | wall tiles | floor tiles | bathroom tiles | tiling, granite tiles | stone tiles | marble tiles |bathroom | wall tile | kitchen | wall tilling | mosaic tile | glass tiles | glass tile | glass mosaic tile | saltillo tile | mexican saltillo tile | saltillo tile floor | saltillo floor | usa manufacturer | american manufacturer | tile manufacturer | unglazed porcelain tile | mulia | inc | ceramic tiles | tiles | portuguese tiles | azulejos | handmade tiles | hand painted tiles | bathroom tiles | hand painted tiles | decorative tiles | tile murals | kdp tiles | ceramic tiles southampton | tiles southampton | floor tiles | tile wholesalers | ceramic tile | tile stores | fireplace mantels | mantles | precast | bullnose tile san jose | bathroom tiles | wall tiles | floor tiles | acoustic wall tiles | vitrified tiles india | amazon.com | aliexpress.com | apple.com |baidu.com | bing.com | blogspot.com |cnn.com | csdn.net | craigslist.org | google.com | github.com | googleusercontent.com | facebook.com | fc2.com | fbcdn.net| soluble salt | tile | flooring tiles |
Vintage blue bathroom tiles : ( Wall & Floor Tiles ) Fea ceramics presenting: Vintage style is irresistible when it comes to home decor. Many of us want to have at least one room in the house with an “old” atmosphere of days long past. Vintage style has that special chic and elegance that many contemporary interiors lack. That’s why many people choose to use vintage style in the bathroom form FEA Ceramics – in a place where we like to relax and immerse ourselves in warm waters and warm feelings. This is the perfect space for elegance and chic atmosphere that vintage style can boast of. If you chose to have blue tiles in your bathroom and are afraid that this color cannot be vintage – don’t worry, it can! Vintage blue bathroom tiles are easy to find and even easier to apply – you just need to look closer and arrange other items in your bathroom that would scream “vintage”. Blue tile can be used on the floor, on the walls or even around bathtub to create the atmosphere of 50s or 40s with all its chic and luxury. Look at our photo ideas below to better understand the concept of vintage bathroom with blue tile. Azulejos azulejos azulejos de la vendimia: (Azulejos de la pared y del piso) Presentación de la cerámica de Fea: El estilo de la vendimia es irrestible cuando viene a la decoración casera. Muchos de nosotros queremos tener al menos una habitación en la casa con una "vieja" atmósfera de días de antaño. El estilo Vintage tiene esa elegancia y elegancia especial que carecen de muchos interiores contemporáneos. Es por eso que mucha gente elige utilizar el estilo vintage en el baño de la forma Cerámica FEA - en un lugar donde nos gusta relajarse y sumergirse en aguas cálidas y cálidos sentimientos. Este es el espacio perfecto para la elegancia y el ambiente elegante que estilo vintage puede presumir de. Si usted eligió tener azulejos azules en su cuarto de baño y tiene miedo que este color no puede ser vintage - no se preocupe, puede! Azulejos azulejos vintage azul son fáciles de encontrar y aún más fácil de aplicar - sólo hay que mirar más cerca y organizar otros elementos en su cuarto de baño que gritaría "vintage". Azulejos azules se puede utilizar en el suelo, en las paredes o incluso alrededor de la bañera para crear la atmósfera de los años 50 o 40 con todo su lujo y elegancia. Mire nuestras ideas de la foto abajo para entender mejor el concepto del cuarto de baño del vintage con el azulejo azul. azulejos de porcelana | Fabricante de azulejos de porcelana | Fabricante de azulejos | Fabricante de azulejos de pared | Azulejos fabricante | Fabricante de sal soluble | Azulejos vitrificados | Azulejos vitrificados fabricante | Fabricante de azulejos en maxico | Polished Enamel | Microsellado | Double Burden | wall tiles | floor tiles | porcelain tiles | saluble salt | polished porcelain tiles | 600x600mm floor tiles | 600x600mm PGVT | digital wall tiles | polished wall tiles | polished tiles | ceramic tiles | tiles manufacture india | ceramic tiles | tile | ceramic | porcelain | kitchen tiles | bathroom tiles | parking tiles | parking floor tiles | 3D wall tiles | text tile | tiles supplier
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