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  • Discover Blue Coastal Kitchen Backsplash Ideas Inspired by the Ocean, 27 Aug 2021


    Featured Image: Flash Light Blue 5” x 5” Ceramic Living Room Wall Tile from Arizona Tile

    During stressful days, there's nothing more alluring than the beach. With the combination of calming colors, the ocean breeze in your hair, and the relaxing atmosphere, a sandy beach provides the perfect peaceful retreat. Even if you live nowhere near a beach, you can bring a piece of paradise into your living space with coastal tile. With the help of a blue tile backsplash, you can mimic the ocean's colors and textures. A coastal backsplash will give your kitchen a tranquil vibe and a splash of color.

  • Choosing Your Tile: Glass vs. Ceramic, 20 Aug 2021

    Smooth Tin Ceramic Shower Wall Tile from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Smooth Tin Ceramic Shower Wall Tile from Arizona Tile

    Picking out the perfect tile can make or break your home renovation. Every remodel, especially kitchens and bathrooms, needs an accent tile to round out the design and tie together the different layers within the space. Choosing the right tile is very important and two classic material choices, ceramic and glass tile, both make great options for feature pieces. Both have benefits but comparing the two and finding which is best for your home is key to a successful renovation.

  • Textured Tile Backsplash Trends for Your Bathroom and Kitchen, 16 Apr 2021

    Shibusa Tortora Porcelain Tile Bathroom Backsplash from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Shibusa Tortora Porcelain Tile Bathroom Backsplash from Arizona Tile

    If you want to update your bathroom or kitchen, don't forget about the backsplash. A backsplash is a thin strip of wall space that is open to all kinds of creative opportunities. From shimmering glass tile patterns to metallic tile accents, here are several trendy textured tile backsplash ideas for your bathroom and kitchen:

  • 6 Trendy Uses For Textured Tile, 02 Apr 2021

    Castle Brick Red Porcelain Wall Tile from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Castle Brick Red Porcelain Wall Tile from Arizona Tile

    Textured tiles are the latest must-try design trend. From shiny metallic to look-a-like wood, you can easily add dimension and visual intrigue to any surface with textured tiles. With the many types of textured tiles, there are endless possibilities of what you can do with them. Here are several trendy ideas for using textured tile.

  • What To Do With Leftover Tiles?, 05 Mar 2021

    Lagos Mud 2”x2” Porcelain Kitchen Wall Tile from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Lagos Mud 2”x2” Porcelain Kitchen Wall Tile from Arizona Tile

    How amazing is tile? It's, by far, one of the most versatile materials and comes in numerous styles, patterns, sizes, and colors. Even better, you don't have to throw away any leftovers after a major project Because you can use them on fireplaces, backsplashes, and even outdoor areas. Whether you have ceramic tiles, porcelain tiles, glass or even natural stone like marble, there is so much you can do with leftover tiles. Here are some ideas.

  • How Much Extra Tile To Buy?, 26 Feb 2021

    Tru Marmi Extra Porcelain Bathroom WalI Tile and Reside Beige Porcelain Bathroom Floor Tile from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Tru Marmi Extra Porcelain Bathroom WalI Tile and Reside Beige Porcelain Bathroom Floor Tile from Arizona Tile

    It is one of the most common issues when it comes to tiling projects. Rarely will you ever buy the exact amount of tile you will need for a job, whether it be floor tiling or wall tiling. Even if you do all the calculations and measurements correctly, you may still need extra tiles because of project issues such as finding out that you have a damaged tile in the box, miscuts, or other problems that come up.

  • How Glass Tile Can Impact the Feel of a Room, 13 Nov 2020

    Dunes Platinum Arabesque Glass Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Dunes Platinum Arabesque Glass Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile

    Glass tile is a timeless choice in home design, particularly when it comes to bathrooms and kitchens. From walls to backsplashes to showers, glass tile brings a sleek and clean look to the space while adding subtle touches of color. Let’s take a look at some popular design styles and how to achieve them using different glass tiles.

  • Unique Tile Shapes & Patterns: Go Geometric, 11 Sep 2020

    Paros Navy and Black Hex Porcelain Tile Floor from Arizona Tile
    Image: Paros Navy and Black Hex Porcelain Tile Floor from Arizona Tile

    Whether you’re looking for the perfect tile for your bathroom, kitchen or other space, one of the easiest ways to make an impact is to venture beyond square and rectangular tiles.

    Unique tile shapes, patterns and unexpected arrangements can instantly transform the entire room into something fresh, contemporary and on-trend. Whether mixed with more traditional tiles or used on its own, geometric tile is a rising trend we can’t get enough of. Here’s a look at some of our favorite ideas for geometric tile shapes and patterns that will modernize your space.

  • New Home, Old Tile: Freshen Up Your Space with These Tips, 10 Sep 2019

    Marciano Chiseled Lyon Travertine Floor Tile from Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Marciano Chiseled Lyon Travertine Floor Tile from Arizona Tile

    If you recently purchased a new home, chances are you’d like to make a few updates here and there. Maybe you’re looking to refresh some old or outdated tile, without the effort (or cost) of a total renovation. Aside from completely replacing the tile, here are five easy tips for breathing new life into an old tile installation.

  • Top 5 Reasons to Choose Tile, 08 May 2019

    Cosmic Black Porcelain Bathroom Floor Tile From Arizona Tile
    Featured Image: Cosmic Black Porcelain Bathroom Floor Tile From Arizona Tile

    Did you recently buy a new home and want to make some upgrades before moving in? Are you renovating your bathroom? Are your floors getting old and you’re thinking about replacing them? Whatever the case, you may be facing a common dilemma of homeowners: What material should I use?

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