This tile and stone showroom displays its products like works of art in a gallery. Its 200-plus lines, sourced from such far-flung destinations as India and Brazil, range in materials from marble to aluminum. Thin porcelain in large, sheet-like panels, like Cotto D’Este’s neutral-toned Kerlite tiles, are popular for renos. The ultimate showstopper: Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka’s ceramic tiles, inspired by rain and snow, for Mutina.
Photos by Naomi Finlay