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Quartz splashbacks from CaesarStone

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You can have the most beautiful and environmentally-friendly quartz splashbacks from the kitchen to the bathroom and everywhere in-between. All thanks to the CaesarStone, the original quartz surface manufacturing company which introduced pioneering innovation in the field of quartz surfaces years ago. CaesarStone quartz surfaces are perfectly suited for kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities and stairs, wall paneling and interior furniture. You can choose from the widest range of colours and structures, though not all are available in every country, to match your own taste or meet the demands of the most demanding clientele.

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Posted August 31, 2010 12:02 AM

Mosaic worktop and splashback by Urban Interior

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One-Off mosaic worktops from Urban Interior will meet individual needs and requirements of every client who walks through the door of a showroom. That is what makes interior design so exciting and that is what makes London showroom, Urban Interior, so successful. These mosaic worktop and splashback offerings are designed to provide tailor-made products and services for those in search of a personalised design. The latest mosaic worktop comes from leading German kitchen manufacturer, SieMatic, ensuring even the finishing touches can be customised and you can rest assured the perfect product is waiting.

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Posted August 18, 2010 2:59 PM

Large format tiles by Fireclay Tile

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The new contemporary large format wall tiles from Fireclay Tile will definitely add a whole new dimension to your splashback and other ceramic coverings. Claymonde are exquisite sheets of ceramic color, developed through a proprietary ceramic rolling process resulting in ultra thin yet also durable, futuristic, lightweight, straight-edged large format tiles. The ceramic sheet rolling method makes the wall tiles close to perfectly flat .25" thick, while the ceramic fiber in the clay body provides some flexibility to the tile so that they can be pressed up against a flat wall surface.

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Posted August 18, 2010 1:45 PM

Recycled tile backsplash by Fireclay Tile

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Clay, glass and granite dust is the makeup of Debris Series recycled tile from Fireclay. The beautifully sustainable handmade ceramic tile backsplash can now be yours. And it is made in the U.S. In reflection to the growing awareness about the environment in which we live in today, Fireclay Tile continues to increase the sustainable materials and practices in their tile designs. The Debris Series Recycled Tile now contains over 62% recycled materials, creating one of the most beautiful, environmentally friendly ceramic products on the market. Its unique clay body contains more post-industrial and post-consumer waste than any other tile on the market. The result is a high quality clay body with a warm red-brown hue that is truly beautiful, unique, and sustainable.

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Posted June 5, 2010 12:18 AM

Glass tiles for splashbacks - recyclable Glass²

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[KBIS 2010 Review]
Glass² is a very unique product. Environmentally friendly, easy to fabricate, and sustainable design are just a few of the qualities and benefits that draw people to this beautiful new glass line. With the beautiful glass tiles made of 99% recycled glass, you can design stunning splashbacks, bathroom walls, counter tops, floors, fireplace surrounds and table tops. Developed in 2008 by a team of engineers, the Glass² tiles are quite flexible, can be bent in production and are perfectly suitable for exterior design applications as well.

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Posted April 22, 2010 11:56 AM

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