NYC: Enhancing the Subway

The first three stations in the Enhanced Station Initiative have opened in Brooklyn, and feature historically authentic tilework from Subway Ceramics. These stations feature classic, large radius corner and cove trims, and the Avalon glaze to match the original, 1900's subway tile.

Chelsea Market: What's not to love?

What's not to love? Well, the original bathrooms, for sure. Until last month, that is, when "The Cellar" addition officially opened. The 6 million annual visitors to this 1890's Oreo cookie factory will now be getting a little relief...

6 Amazing Penny Tile Designs

Penny-round tile has been a staple of American architecture since the early 1900s. Similar to subway tile, penny-round tile is affordable and classy, and the two styles are often paired together to create that vintage bathroom look. The Interiors Addict listed "nostalgia" as one of the top six tile trends for 2017 and retro, which includes subway tile and penny rounds from the 1930s, is part of this nostalgia trend.

The History of Ceramic Tile

Today, February 23, 2017 is the first ever National Tile Day! The day has been created by Coverings, North America's largest international tile and stone show, to shine a spotlight on the benefits of tile in residential and commercial design. From the modest to the extravagant, tile is one of the most versatile, attractive, and durable surfaces available and has been used around the world for centuries.

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