Tile Selecting Tips 

  • Porcelain for its strength and durability. No ceramic on a floor. It’s ok for the walls.
  • 12×24 tiles are used very often in our designs. If staggered joints, aka brick jointed or subway stacked, is your desired look, please be sure to consult with your salesperson that the tile you purchase is nice and flat. I’m seeing a lot of porcelain tile with an arch to them. This causes uneven tiles, the ends are low and the middles are high.

Tile Baseboard – I personally think tiled baseboards are simply the best option particularly when the doors are cased with the typical 2 1/4 inch casing. Here below is the look. The tile that you select for the floor can be cut to any height and an edge bull-nosed as shown in this image. We outsource to a local company the rolled over edging that creates the traditional bullnose appearance. Stone edges tend to come out more natural in color to the tile than some of the porcelain.


For a modern look, we can cap the top edge with a metal finish offered in Satin Nickel, Oiled Bronze. Black, Chrome, etc.