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  1. Tile Vs Wood Flooring – Which is Better?

    Both wood and tile are popular construction materials used for creating floors, walls, and various other surfaces in residential and commercial spaces.

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  2. 4 Advantages of Translucent Onyx Flooring

    Used mostly for interior design and decoration needs, the demand for onyx marble is gradually growing all over the world for its high-end visual appeal and decades long life.

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  3. 5 Awe-Inspiring Ways to Use Cotto Look Tiles

    Want to create a traditional, classic, earthy appeal in your home interior? Consider incorporating our cotto-look ceramic and porcelain tiles!

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  4. Should I Use Underlayment for Luxury Vinyl Flooring?

    A large number of people do not think it is a necessary addon, but it indeed is. Underlayment also betters the cushioning on your luxury vinyl flooring.

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  5. Solid Reasons behind the Popularity of Quartzite Flooring

    Quartzite is a natural stone known for its gorgeous, timeless beauty. The stone is often mistaken for marble, due to its marble-like patterns. Since it costs lower than marble does, it is widely used picked for marble.

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  6. Recycled Yet Refreshing - Bayeux Country Geometro Recycled Glass Mosaic Tile

    Recycled glass and recycled glass mosaic tiles are made from waste glass. Our Bayeux Country Geometro Recycled Glass Mosaic Tile is crated entirely from recycled glass that is ground to fine powder and molded under extreme pressure and heat.

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  7. Peel & Stick Tiles for a Quick Indoor Enhancement

    These easy-to-use tiles bless your space with a supercharged elegance in just a few hours. Just peel this tile and apply it where you want.

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  8. Everything You Should Know about Glass Mosaic Tiles

    Glass mosaic tiles can be used for the walls of your bathroom, shower surround, tub surround, kitchen, entryway, laundry and swimming pool.

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  9. Create Classic Interior with Vintage & Salvage Porcelain Tiles

    We have come up with a wide and exclusive product line “Vintage & Salvage Porcelain” that offers tiles that help you build a classic, traditional old barn feel in your home’s design.

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  10. Best Practices for Installing Livingstyle Beige Porcelain Paver

    Featuring soft beige tones, like marble and limestone, these porcelain pavers are a part of our Arterra Porcelain Pavers collection – an artistically designed material on our online tile shop.

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