Virginia Tile Co. - Tips & Trends



Published:

 

Virginia Tile encourages architects, designers, contractors, and homeowners to visit one of eight showrooms in Michigan, greater Chicago, and Cleveland. Thanks to our professional consultants, selecting tile for your home or business is sure to be enjoyable, not intimidating. Bring in pictures, know the color direction and style you like, consider your budget, and know when you’ll need the material.

 

We represent:

We represent the finest manufacturers in the world and offer a huge range of quality products. We provide the best-looking styles at competitive prices. Our redistribution center houses a massive inventory, and branch warehouses ensure reliable availability and unlimited choices.

 

Porcelain:

Porcelain may be cool to the touch, but it keeps getting hotter in the showroom. Even though it’s maintenance-free and quite durable, it’s actually the look that draws people. Since it can resemble fabric, wood, cement, and a variety of natural stones like marble, slate, and limestone, the possibilities are seemingly endless.

 

 

The only thing hotter:

The only thing hotter than porcelain is glass, which you can mix with porcelain when you’re designing for a more dynamic look. Even though we’re progressing to cleaner, more subtle designs, the juxtaposition is always fresh. The true beauty of it? Glass and porcelain come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

 

Simple designs:

Simple designs with neutral and monochromatic color schemes are taking us into the future, where cool is in and warm is out. You might even want to try pebble-stone tiles on your shower or bathroom floor. Or how about both, perhaps indulging in a curbless shower: When your shower floor and bathroom floor seamlessly flow into each other, there’s no “curb” to stub your toes on when you haven’t had your coffee yet. It’s a life-changer!

 

 

Virginia Tile

Farmington Hills
24404 Indoplex Circle
Farmington Hills, MI 48335
248-476-7850

Sterling Heights
7689 Nineteen Mile Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48314
586-254-4960

Grand Rapids
3440 Broadmoor, S.E.
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
616-942-6200

The Michigan Design Center
1700 Stutz Drive, Suite 100
Troy, MI 48084
248-649-4422

www.virginiatile.com

 

Edit Module
Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags

Hour Media Publications

Edit Module
Edit Module

E-Newsletter Sign-up

Edit Module