Featured Image: Aphrodite Granite Kitchen Island Countertop from Arizona Tile
If you find yourself spending more time at home lately, this can be a great opportunity to plan the details of your next home project. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading the countertops in your kitchen or bathroom, chances are you’ll want to do plenty of research. Learn more about three of the most popular countertop materials as we dive into the facts about quartz, granite and quartzite in this guide.
Featured Image: Viscount White Granite Kitchen Countertop Base from Arizona Tile
Granite is one of the most popular natural stones used in homes, particularly for countertops. It is a very hard stone loved for its durability, timeless style and relatively easy maintenance needs. Strikingly beautiful and naturally resistant to stains, granite can transform a space while serving a practical purpose. If you’d like to learn more about what granite looks like and the many colors and varieties of this stunning natural stone, read on.
Featured Image: New Carrara Quartz Bathroom Countertop From Arizona Tile
It’s a new Year! Skip the expensive upgrades and keep your wallet happy with easy kitchen and bath projects that will look like a million bucks. The truth is, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to give your space a makeover. Let’s take a look at five of our favorite (and simple) DIY projects for the new year.
Featured Image: Reverie Noir Porcelain Floor Tile from Arizona Tile
Shopping for the perfect tile for your next home project? Whether you’re redoing a backsplash, renovating your bathroom or making a flooring upgrade, tile is a popular choice for many reasons. Matching up two or more different tiles is a great way to create a stylish design, but it can be a challenge to get right. Here’s a quick guide to playing tile matchmaker to make sure your tile project is a masterpiece.
Featured Image: Calacatta Gold Marble Bathroom Tile from Arizona Tile with Squared Fixtures
If you’re looking to update or remodel your bathroom or kitchen this year, it’s a great time to brush up on design trends. Whether you’re planning to make a single upgrade or renovate an entire space, we’re here to help with our favorite on-trend looks and ideas when it comes to bathroom and kitchen fixtures.
Featured Image: Dunes Platinum Arabesque Glass Kitchen Backsplash Tile from Arizona Tile
There’s no doubt that all-white kitchens are one of the biggest interior design trends of 2019. Bright, clean, airy and chic, the white-on-white aesthetic is one contemporary kitchen look that’s not going anywhere anytime soon. If this style appeals to you but you find white cabinets, white counters and white walls to be, well, too much white, we’ve got the perfect compromise for your kitchen. Consider a white-on-white design with a little twist: a (not-white) backsplash that stands out.
Featured Image: Concerto Black Glossy and Matte Porcelain Tile Bathroom Backsplash from Arizona Tile
We can’t get enough of the black tile home décor trend. From traditional to ultra-modern, black makes quite an impression. Whether you want to add a touch of black tile to a smaller space in your home, or you’re thinking of committing to an overall black theme, you really can’t go wrong.
Let’s take a look at facts, uses and fun design ideas for you to incorporate black tile into your home décor.
Featured Image: Monte Cristo Satin Grey Granite Kitchen Countertop from Arizona Tile
Granite countertops have long-standing appeal for many homeowners looking to add elegance, durability and an upscale feel to their kitchens and bathrooms. Granite offers a natural, one-of-a-kind quality that makes your space unique, along with a timeless appearance that shows no sign of going out of style.
Featured Image: Monolith Glazed Porcelain Tile From Arizona Tile
Extra-large tile sizes are growing in popularity recently, and we can’t get enough of the sleek, contemporary, expansive look that big tiles can give to a room. If you know you love porcelain tile but you aren’t sure what size to use for your floors or walls, we can help. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of large format tile (tiles that measure at least 15 inches on one side) compared to standard sizes.
Featured Image: Blizzard Granite Bathroom Countertop From Arizona Tile
If you’re planning to sell your house in the near future, you may be looking for ways to increase its value and make it more enticing to potential buyers. Read on for our list of 10 great ways to increase the value of your home.