New York, N.Y.—Morpholio Board, an interior design app, has named Daltile’s Black River Pebble Mosaic as one of the top products for 2018. Black River Pebble Mosaic, a natural stone tile mosaic with a stone cut finish, was included in Morpholio’s “Top Residential Products that Stand Up and Stand Out” for 2018.
Morpholio explained that trends tracked among its growing community of professional and non-professional interior designers, user data, influencer insights and Morpholio’s own curatorial team were all factors in naming the distinguished winners of the 2018 Products of The Year designation.
With products and styles for every budget, Daltile delivers the broadest array of tile with unmatched availability, helping customers bring any design imaginable to life.
For more information, visit daltile.com.
Medley, Fla. — IndusParquet, the world’s leader in Brazilian exotic hardwood flooring, made its mark in the big apple with their custom booth at the Architectural Digest Home Show (AD Show) March 22 through 25. The annual four-day event attracted more than 40,000 home design enthusiasts and professionals.
Since launching its brand nationwide in the US last year, IndusParquet has received a warm welcome from the industry and the AD Show was no exception—the company received a great response from affluent homeowners, trade professionals, showroom owners and architects. Continue reading IndusParquet shines at The Architectural Digest Show
ASHLAND, ORE.—Since 2004 Hakatai has offered online, interactive programs allowing customers to create their own custom blends and gradients. Continue reading Hakatai offers 'custom select' mosaic tiles
Las Vegas—This year’s edition of Coverings showcased an impressive array of tiles with innovative sizes, shapes, textures and designs. The March 21/28 issue of FCNews covered some of the major domestic tile producers and their offerings. In this issue, it’s all about the best Italy and Spain had to offer.
In line with current industry trends, Italian tile companies introduced a number of wood and stone looks that were as convincing as ever with many manufacturers using digital printing techniques. Others continue to play with the concept and introduced tiles with unnatural or colorful hues and varying “process techniques,” such as saw-cut wood or cross cut and vein cut stone used side by side. Continue reading Coverings 2011 attracts world’s most innovative products