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.
Technology is a great thing but what about the inevitable “cord spaghetti”? There is a very cool solution for that.
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.
The thing I love about glass is that it constantly reinvents itself and that is the secret to staying viable in all economies. Glass has been around thousands of years, first found in the Mesopotamia region, it’s main component is silica. It’s been so useful throughout history because it is so versatile in its uses. By nature it is sterile and non pourous which makes it an excellent choice for holding food and beverages. Read more