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From Our Editors

  • Deep-Shaded Granite from Champlain Stone
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 11/8/2011
  • Quarried in New York, the 1763 granite line is rich in character, with rugged earth tones and natural weathering, the manufacturer says. More
  • Stone Tiles from Questech
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 9/16/2011
  • The company's newest collection of stone tiles is available in an array of colors and sizes and is permanently protected by Q-Seal, a technology that the company says permanently protects natural stone tile from stains and wear. More

From Our Manufacturers

  • Artistic Tile Introduces New Vetromarmi Collection
  • Source: ebuild 8/26/2010
  • Artistic Tile has added a new stone and glass tile, Vetromarmi, to its already vast range of products. Vetromarmi combines the smooth, translucent depths of glass with the elegance of solid stone to create a unique contrast between the two materials. This luxurious combination creates a perception of depth that adds interest to a foyer, dressing room, powder room, or any other interior space. More
  • Sumi-e
  • Source: ebuild 8/26/2010
  • Ideal for a myriad of both commercial and residential applications, the Sumi-e (Japanese for "calligraphy") Collection from Stone and Pewter Accents is appropriately, the firm's signature line. Shown are 1-3/8" x 6" glass tiles produced via a unique hand-pouring process. Sumi-e folds streams of brilliant glass pigments into pure, crystal-clear (post consumer recycled) glass which bleeds into the body of each clear tile resulting in a stunning and deep color effect. More

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