Welcome to today’s installment of Tile Tuesday! The second half of my adventure with Tile of Spain took us to Valencia, location of Cevisama the annual trade show held to showcase the latest innovations introduced by the Spanish tile industry.
Time to switch from “turkey talk” to tile! Hope you had a great holiday. If you haven’t found the new Kitchens for Living page on Facebook, please check it out and give me some love (ok I’ll settle for a like). Today I’d like to highlight a local resource that you should definitely know about if you live in South Florida.
Tile of Spain, a collective of 90 Spanish ceramic wall and floor tile manufacturers, recently showcased new collections and innovations at the Cersaie 2014 show. Held last month in Bologne, Italy, Cersaie is THE yearly international exhibition of ceramic tile.
Happy new year peeps! Back at the drawing board this week after a nice holiday break. I got a lot of annoying little things done AND spend a little time in the studio but that’s another story. Last post I told you about my dream kitchen. I don’t know about you but I’m still dreaming and that was just enough to pique my interest. The lovely Shannon Pepper of Shannon Pepper Design in New Zealand, YES, New Zealand (who knew they were rocking such awesome design down under?) Read more
Many of our clients begin kitchen remodeling projects in the summer. Kids are out of school and our commitments tend to be less (for some of us) in the summer months. Today’s client query is one that I hear a lot. Naturally we all want to get the most for our money in all our investments but where can you save money in a kitchen remodel and what items are worth the splurge?
The answer to that is largely subjective as we all have differing needs and priorities. That said, there are some principles that should never be compromised and those include efficient use of space, safety and the best quality you can afford.