An Invitation to Visit our Showroom. Not all Tiles are Created Equal!
The dizzying array of choices often stops homeowners in their tracks.
Navigating the field of possibilities is made simpler, less stressful and even fun when you work with knowledgeable people. Studio Tile staff and owners have decades of experience in the tile industry at all levels; national, international, manufacturing, importing, distribution, retail, design and installation.
We will advise you on the proper tile for your project, recommend appropriate trim details and offer suggestions for a pleasing design.
Think of our showroom as a studio environment; a creative place to plan and design special tiled spaces. The showroom is stocked with better quality floor tiles, tile that looks like wood, porcelain tile, glass tile, water-jet tile, mosaics, glass, metal, wall tiles and decorative accents. New tile products arrive weekly.
Distinctive showroom floor tile and mosaic installations offer inspiration and demonstrate creative use of porcelain, ceramic, slate, marble and numerous other types, sizes, colors and shapes of tile.
WHERE TO BEGIN?
Most often, our initial meeting with clients is during their first visit to our showroom. Sometimes, the first step is a visit to the home.
In either scenario, we will define the scope of the project, establish objectives, identify style preferences, get a feel for a color palette, review the site and obtain preliminary measurements.
With this important information collected, we identify a sampling of tiles that could be part of the plan. Selections are narrowed down; tile and decorative samples are taken home for further consideration and to provide the client with an opportunity to live with the tile. Usually, the perfect choice is apparent within a couple days.
If the project calls for design time, we’ll spend some time together on concepts. Once a design direction is established with the client, we’ll work in the studio on layout, decorative placement, finishing details and prepare artwork. A fee may be applicable, depending on the overall scope of the project.