Subway Tile Isn’t What It Used To Be

Subway Tile Isn’t What It Used To Be

Today’s subway tile is so much more! Originally designed for use in a New York subway in 1904, the traditional white 3” x 6” glazed tile soon became popular in all sorts of settings, especially kitchens, both commercial and residential, and bathrooms. Do some...
June Project Photo Winner

June Project Photo Winner

Congratulations to Babl Kitchen & Bath of Kearney, NE. Their project received the most “votes” on our Facebook and Instagram pages. Not only did they submit a great project, they also did a great job using their social media accounts to ask clients, followers,...
May Project Photo Winner

May Project Photo Winner

The votes have been tabulated and a winner selected for May.  Congratulations to Rainwood Interiors of Lincoln, NE, for winning the popular vote on a combined voting counting of Facebook and Instagram votes. Not only did they submit a great project, they also did a...
Project Photo Contest Announced

Project Photo Contest Announced

There’s some beautiful craftsmanship out there. We’re lucky enough to see it and be part of it every day through our supporting role as the tile source for some of the Midwest’s finest tile dealers, designers and installers. May 1 through October 31, 2018, we’re...
Spring 2018 New Tile Introductions

Spring 2018 New Tile Introductions

Spring is a time of renewal and rejuvenation – tile options included! Many tile manufacturers choose this time of year to introduce their new lines and this year Interceramic is introducing more new styles than ever before! We’re sharing some of our favorite picks of...