When working on a renovation or construction project, clients are often searching for ways to set their space apart. The majority of home, or commercial project owners are striving to create a space that is not only on trend, but that also incorporates a piece of their own style into the design and will remain stylish for many years. One way to achieve these expectations is by incorporating unique tile shapes into the design.
Arizona Tile now offers several products with a unique shape! Some of the most popular of these shapely tiles are:
Using a tile with a fun or unique shape that is in the same color family or tone as a field tile can add a subtle flair to any design. Where a shower using one of our 4”x16” H Line subway tiles will create a classic and timeless look, incorporating the same color in our Jumbo Hex as an accent wall, or even in the shower niches, can help to soften the design and make it feel more custom.
Tiles with unique shapes can be used in a variety of places. Our Varese Hex is made to look like concrete. Because it is so large and neutral, it can be used as flooring throughout an entire house or commercial interior, and the hexagonal shape will create a subtle design element that will set the space apart.
Arizona Tile’s Just Design program gives clients the opportunity to create exclusive tile designs. The program allows clients to select from a variety of different patterns, and then create their own color palette from a list of stone, porcelain, glass and mirror options.
With so many stocked, and custom tile design options available, creating a custom look has never been so easy!
About Arizona Tile
Founded in 1977 in San Diego, California, Arizona Tile has grown into a nationally recognized commercial and residential distributor with more than 25 showrooms throughout seven Western states. Arizona Tile is one of the largest independently-owned importers of stone in the United States, offering more than 230 varieties of granite, travertine, onyx, slate, marble, limestone and quartz, plus medallions, porcelain tile and other design creations. Founded by John Huarte, former NFL player and Heisman Trophy winner, the company is still family-owned after more than 35 years.