Archive for October, 2013

  • Communication Is Key for a Successful Natural Stone Tile Installation

    Hiring a contractor, and in particular a tile contractor or installer, can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t stop there. We recently covered how to find the best tile contractor, but once you find that installer who has the skills and qualifications you’re looking for, what happens next? The Cause of Contracting Problems […]

    Posted on October 31, 2013 Read More
  • The Finished Product: Walnut and Ivory Travertine Master Bathroom

    We are happy to share the master bathroom picture of a Fairfax, VA single family house below where we supplied our beautiful walnut and ivory travertine tiles. The 12×12 honed and filled walnut travertine tiles are installed in a straight layout and are accompanied with the 4×4 honed and filled ivory tiles inside the steam […]

    Posted on October 30, 2013 Read More
  • The Finished Product: Everglade Glass Mosaic 1×2

    In this post, we are proud to present our Everglade Glass Mosaic. The picture below shows a powder room application where we supplied our mini brick 1x2x8mm Everglade Glass Tile.   Everglade 1×2 mosaic has primarily three colors: beige, brown and green. This crystallized glass tile comes in 66 small 1”x2” chips on a 12”x12” […]

    Posted on October 29, 2013 Read More
  • Revamp Your Fireplace with Natural Stone Tile in Time for Winter

    Natural stone is one of the best ways to create warmth, interest and give a home a high-end appeal, and while people commonly turn to stone for kitchen counters, backsplashes, and as a flooring option, it can also be used in other locations—namely, the fireplace. A fireplace can endure a lot of wear and tear, […]

    Posted on October 25, 2013 Read More
  • The Finished Product: Silver and Ivory Onyx French Pattern Travertine

    As Stone Tile Liquidators, we are happy to share another recently completed natural stone project pictures and details with you. Across from the bay bridge, this single family house in Stevensville, Maryland right by the Chesapeake Bay needed a long awaited transformation.  The owner had been waiting since 2006 to replace the carpet with a […]

    Posted on October 21, 2013 Read More
  • 3 Most Important Things to Consider Before Buying Any Natural Stone Tiles

    Besides many important things to consider when shopping for any tile project, whether it is natural stone or man-made tiles, such as durability, proper finish and slip-resistant qualities, there are mainly 3 fundamental factors that need to be taken into consideration prior to any natural stone purchase, be it marble, granite, travertine, limestone, slate or […]

    Posted on October 19, 2013 Read More
  • Take a Lesson From Our Northern Neighbors and Maximize Your Home’s Value with Natural Stone Tile

    Developers in Toronto recently announced the King West Condominium development in the city’s Liberty Village neighborhood has seen a jaw-dropping profit of $143 million. With that level of profit, there’s a 233% return for the development’s accredited investors. King West was the undertaking of the Plazacorp company, a leading developer of residential condominium communities. The […]

    Posted on October 18, 2013 Read More
  • The Finished Product: Arabescato Carrara 18×18 Marble Tile

    As Stone Tile Liquidators, we are proud to share one of the recently completed marble flooring project details and pictures with you. The owner of a single family house in North West Washington D.C. area was looking to replace the old stained carpet in the basement with a new flooring that will not only be […]

    Posted on October 16, 2013 Read More
  • Will Winter Weather Put a Freeze On Your Outdoor Tile Plans?

    Tile can be a great addition to an outdoor space, because it’s functional, versatile, and creates an appealing look of timeless elegance. Despite the advantages of using tile in an outdoor space, as with any material used in exterior areas, there are certain things to consider. In particular, it’s imperative that homeowners think about the […]

    Posted on October 12, 2013 Read More