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  • A History of Subway Tiles

    The subway tile is an essential element of interior design that holds a storied 100-year history, having first emerged in the early twentieth century as an easy-to-clean, sleek surfacing solution for the subterranean spaces beneath New York City streets. The ubiquitous three-by-six-inch rectangular tile has evolved from applications across Manhattan…

  • Between the Tiles: Comparing Cement Grout and Epoxy Grout

    Photography Courtesy of Emser  TileExplore Materials and Sample Grout plays a fundamental role in tile installations. Though it often goes unnoticed, grout is hard at work between the tiles, bonding them together, strengthening their surface, and fighting off water damage and stains, while imparting a finished look for floors, walls,…

  • Tile Tales: An Exploration of Porcelain Versus Ceramic

    Photography Courtesy of Design and Direct Source Explore Materials and Sample When choosing the type of tile that works best for your space, it pays to do your homework. Porcelain and ceramic are commonly considered to be one in the same. Both are made of clay baked in a kiln…