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15

Jan

2020

Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

2020 Vision: Tile Trends to Look Forward to This Year

01-15-2020 | Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

A new year, a new decade, and yes – new tile trends! From bold colors and classic shapes to the latest advances in manufacturing, 2020 tile style offers a prime opportunity to create residential and commercial spaces unlike anything seen before. Read on as Garden State Tile forecasts what’s new and what’s next in the…

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09

Jan

2020

Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

Garden State Tile is Live on Material Bank!

01-09-2020 | Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

Garden State Tile has joined Material Bank, the world’s largest architectural and design-focused material resource library. Garden State Tile’s participation in Material Bank allows our customers to digitally search and physically sample dozens of our collections in a way that is fast and free for design professionals. Simply select your product from the Garden State…

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20

Dec

2019

Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

Exploring The 2020 Colors Of The Year

12-20-2019 | Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

Interior designers, artists and fine arts scholars have long believed that color can dramatically affect our moods. That’s why each year the powerhouses of the design industry observe art, fashion, films, environment and cultural influences from around the world to select their “Color of The Year.” These color selections are universally celebrated and routinely influence…

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30

Oct

2019

Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

Designing For Aging In Place Homes

10-30-2019 | Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

With baby boomers making up nearly a quarter of the current U.S. population, the ability for those nearing retirement to live safely and independently in their homes is more important than ever. Simple aging in place design choices can have a potentially lifesaving impact for those who wish to live out their golden years in…

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17

Sep

2019

Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

The Coburn Hutchinson House Historic Kitchen Renovation

09-17-2019 | Posted by Nikki Scalia-Savard

In the heart of downtown Summerville, SC stands a not so hidden gem…one of only three remaining Charleston single style homes left in town. In addition to the desirable location and stunning architecture, a full history of the house’s lineage revealed titles back to the 1800’s, including the name of the plantation the house sits…

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