• The Crayola Collection by Surfaces

    Working in conjunction with the Easton, Pa.,-based company, Surfaces has translated Crayola’s iconic bright colors into equally vivid glass mosaic tiles in either solid or variegated hues.

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    Ebb & Flow mosaic tile by Crossville

    The 3D look of the Ebb & Flow stone and glass mosaic might be deceiving, but the tiles are smooth and easy to clean.

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    Beside tile by Ceramiche Refin

    The Beside collection of porcelain stoneware explores a new concept in Italian tile design: the back side.

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    Bas-Relief tiles by Mutina

    Artist Patricia Urquiola classifies her Bas-Relief handmade extruded porcelain tiles as a more rigorous and less romantic exploration of the theme of eroded cracks.

  • Products Roundup From the Surfaces 2012 Show

    Because a custom home has many surfaces on which an architect may apply a design eye, there is an entire show dedicated to them.

  • Green Surfaces

    Eco-friendly adhesives, resins, and other components come together to create a range of green options for walls, countertops, and floors.

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    Glace by Ann Sacks

    Hand-cut into 1-by-6-inch sticks and placed into mosaic sheets, the Glace line uses 30 percent pre-consumer recycled glass.

  • High-End Bath Products

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    Smith & Fong Deco Palm Flooring

    Manufacturer says its Deco sugar-palm flooring is more architecturally interesting than wood.

  • Coverings Show: Day 3

    American innovation in the tile industry showed new signs of life.

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