By Addison Lyle. Wall Tiles. Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:17:43 PM.
They capture the look of stacked stone panels and add dimension and texture to an installation and can be used for residential or commercial applications in both interiors and exteriors. Common applications include shower walls, bathroom walls, kitchen backsplashes, walls in foyers, hallways, vestibules, and any other decorative surface. In addition to being textural and visually interesting, ledger stone is virtually maintenance free. If you'd like an enhanced look, you can seal them.
So In A Nutshell… Granite Or Marble? If you’re looking for durability, affordability and functionality, go for granite. There’s a saying that you’ll ruin your knife before you ruin your granite countertop, which speaks volumes of the surface’s sturdiness. You also have a wide range of stones to choose from, and each lends a different appeal to the overall look and feel of the room. Granite countertops will thrive very nicely in both the kitchen and the bathroom.
Hakwood, a global leader in the production of high-end wood flooring, has chosen 100% Design on 21st – 24th September at Olympia, London for the international launch of its new collection of wall tiles. Wall Tiles is a new and innovative product from Hakwood that uses a hanging system for easy installation, enabling architects and designers to create bespoke feature walls.
The Case Against Natural Stone. It’s harder to clean. This isn’t to say stone is necessarily hard to clean. It just requires a little more elbow grease than a glass mosaic does. The pits and grooves make it more challenging to wipe down, especially because dirt and scum can get caught in between. You also have to be selective with your cleaning products. Natural stone can discolor when exposed to certain chemicals. Warm water or a special stone cleaner will usually do the trick, but always check manufacturer guidelines before you bust out your cleaning supplies.
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