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Garden State Tile first opened its doors in New Jersey in 1957. Since then we have grown into one of the most sought-after tile and stone distributors in the nation. Our vast array of product offerings paired with our renowned customer service has made us the premier destination for designers, architects, builders, contractors homeowners and beyond.
Our 12 luxury design showrooms in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Georgia feature the very best of today’s tile, stone, glass and countertop offerings. Our knowledgeable design consultants will manage every aspect of your purchase from selection to delivery. Showrooms are also available to design professionals who are welcome to reserve our private meeting rooms with their clients for one-on-one consultations.
For the architectural and design community, Garden State Tile’s team of acclaimed account managers will enhance your client’s projects while meeting their budget and your schedule. Our collections can be found in the most architecturally celebrated commercial spaces in the United States. From hotels to restaurants, airports, hospitals, universities, office buildings and beyond - there is no challenge too big or too small for Garden State Tile.Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Raw textures and gentle colors combine to create harmonious escapes with the Tribeca collection from Garden State Tile. Featuring 12 glossy porcelain wall tiles and 9 coordinating urban-inspired porcelain wall and floor tiles, Tribeca has all you need to create transitional industrial designs. The collection offers an array of popular field tile sizes in a […]
Garden State Tile is pleased to introduce three new, natural stone-inspired porcelain collections – Countryside, Terrace, and Tuscany – all made and stocked in the USA! From true marble graphics to rustic stone-looks, these three collections are perfectly curated to bring both residential and commercial designs to life. Countryside A modern reinterpretation of a neo-industrial […]