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Marble Tiles Vs Porcelain Tiles: All you need to know

Marble Tiles Vs Porcelain Tiles: All you need to know

Marble Tiles Vs Porcelain Tiles: All you need to know Choosing new flooring options this season? Most people choose between marble tiles and porcelain tiles. As an expert in the field, I will put both types of tiles head to head for you to decide the best one. First things first, these are the two most popular flooring options available. Second, both marble and porcelain tiles offer a wide array of...

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What is a herringbone design?

What is a herringbone design?

What is a herringbone design? The herringbone pattern design is still a classic design that designers, homeowners love to use. Herringbone design is not only used in title related products. It is everywhere in fabrics, paintings, and many places. There are many ways to use the herringbone pattern to make your bathroom or kitchen more stylish with a minimal touch of a design aesthetic. According to wikipedia.com "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herringbone_pattern" "The herringbone pattern is an...

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Marble Look Porcelain Tile

Marble Look Porcelain Tile

Marble Look Porcelain Tile Marble is one of the most important choices for interior designers, builders, and homeowners. Marble look tiles can create a unique environment with elegant touches. Marble Look porcelain has been one of the most used porcelain tiles in the market lately. If you want to have your floors and walls looking like a natural stone with not to worry about maintaining them, you should buy one of these tiles. Our Premium exotic...

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Natural Stone 101

Natural Stone 101

"Natural Stone" is a product of nature and it refers to a number of products quarried from the ground. It has been used over thousands of years to build monumental buildings, palaces, castles, and decorative enhancements.

There are many natural stone types including Marble, Granite, Slate, Onyx, Limestone, Travertine, Quartzite, Sandstone, etc..

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