Floor­ing, Sur­fac­ing & Tiles

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Low-main­te­nance quartz sur­fac­ing is ev­ery­where – but have you touched large Cae­sar­stone slabs while con­sult­ing a pro about its many uses? Here you can

do just that. A long wall show­cases all 60 va­ri­eties – in­clud­ing the lat­est ad­di­tions, Cloud­burst Con­crete, Frozen Terra and In­tense White – with help­ful graph­ics ex­plain­ing how edges may be trimmed to your de­sired ef­fect. Cae­sar­stone fur­nish­ings by top de­sign­ers (in­clud­ing Tom Dixon’s stools, and Jaime Hayón’s Stone Age Folk cab­i­net) dot the in­ti­mate space. 350 CALDARI RD, CON­CORD 416 479 8400 CAE­SAR­STONE.CA

Cam­bria Gallery

Cam­bria’s Cork­town out­post show­cases nat­u­ral quartz sur­faces in over 145 de­signs – from pale neu­trals to rich jewel tones – with a staff happy to di­rect vis­i­tors to lo­cal deal­ers that carry its stone slabs sourced from Cana­dian mines. All the brand’s lines are on dis­play in kitchen and bath vi­gnettes, in­clud­ing the new Car­rick col­lec­tion in mod­ish con­crete grey, as well as five calm­ing ad­di­tions to the Brit­tan­icca Warm and Brit­tan­icca Gold ranges, fea­tur­ing large, re­splen­dent vein­ing. 91 PAR­LIA­MENT ST 416 363 8801 CAMBRIACANADA.COM

Cen­tura Tile

This ven­er­a­ble spe­cial­ist sup­plies up­scale North Amer­i­can and Eu­ro­pean floor­ing from Mi­rage, At­las Con­corde and Ital­gran­iti. Its sun-filled show­room dis­plays a se­lec­tion of porce­lain, ce­ramic and nat­u­ral stone to el­e­vate your liv­ing spa­ces. For a pol­ished look, try wall tiles in­spired by fine fab­ric. For con­trast, turn to re­cent in­no­va­tions in ce­ramic that mimic the gritty look of weath­ered brick, graf­fiti or even the win­dows of in­dus­trial work­shops. 950 LAWRENCE AVE W 416 785 5165 CEN­TURA.CA


De­sign­ers head to this mod­ern space to pe­ruse its wide se­lec­tion of on-trend wall and floor tiles, coun­ter­tops and ex­te­rior cladding. New porce­lain col­lec­tions fea­ture mi­nus­cule chevrons, wood-plank ef­fects in navy and red, and retro pat­terns in choco­late, hazel­nut and vanilla. Mo­saic tiles of brushed alu­minum or lozenge-shaped enamelled glass pair el­e­gantly with chrome faucets. Cre­ate a rug ef­fect with a tiled in­lay, or move be­yond tra­di­tional pat­terns with the un­ortho­dox, grid-break­ing ge­ome­tries of the Time­less se­ries. 170 TYCOS DR 416 286 3553 CERAGRES.CA


While Ciot is known for cus­tom mo­saics, its ce­ramic, porce­lain and stone tiles are also on the menu. Dress up your back­splash, van­ity or man­tel with glis­ten­ing slabs of gran­ite, onyx or quartz. Use light­weight con­crete tiles for a re­fined in­dus­trial look – or opt for vi­brantly coloured con­crete in her­ring­bone pat­terns. Cre­ate dy­namic mo­saic wall­cov­er­ings of hexag­o­nal sur­face-re­lief tiles, or let Ciot’s ex­pe­ri­enced team cus­tom-de­sign your idea. 1020 LAWRENCE AVE W 416 785 8080 (ALSO: 8899 JANE ST 416 739 8000; 3050 VEGA BLVD, UNIT #1B, MIS­SIS­SAUGA 905 606 2468) CIOT.COM


No stranger to sur­fac­ing, 40-year-old Span­ish com­pany Cosentino is an in­no­va­tor in sleek and durable en­gi­neered-stone coun­ter­tops. Among its re­silient cre­ations is Dek­ton: a stain-, heat- and scratch-proof sur­face ma­te­rial for coun­ter­tops, floor­ing and ex­te­rior ap­pli­ca­tions. An al­ter­na­tive to tra­di­tional high-gloss stone, Sile­stone quartz comes in a matte suede-leather fin­ish that softly re­flects light and hides fin­ger­prints. Sen­guard treat­ments for gran­ite slabs pen­e­trate and bond to stone, pro­vid­ing sealed-drum stain re­sis­tance. 665 CALE­DO­NIA RD 416

247 9090 COSENTINO.COM Creek­side Tile

En­rique Gar­cia’s in­ter­na­tion­ally sourced dec­o­ra­tive tiles are im­pres­sive in scope, given his show­room’s in­ti­macy. Its wares in­clude glazed brick, mar­ble mo­saics, cus­tom glass in lus­trous hues, hand-glazed British ceram­ics and en­caus­tic ce­ment tiles from Mo­rocco, Viet­nam and Mex­ico. Colour­ful hand-cast con­crete floor tiles seam­lessly knit in­doors to out, while In­done­sian cladding tiles with bam­boo or stone tex­tures are per­fect for fea­ture walls. 66 CLARK­SON AVE 416 256 3800 CREEKSIDETILE.COM

Crys­tal Tile & Mar­ble

The nat­u­ral and ex­otic stone slabs at CT&M’S show­room sparkle like art-gallery trea­sures, but stroll be­hind the scenes into the ad­ja­cent dis­tri­bu­tion cen­tre and you’ll see where the magic starts: with three-me­tre slabs of glis­ten­ing mar­ble, onyx, gran­ite, quartzite, traver­tine and semi­precious stone. CT&M can craft your coun­ter­top or man­tel to the finest de­tail with a wide range of edge pro­file op­tions. 23 APEX RD 416 781 5671 CRYSTALTILEMARBLE.COM


From its De­sign Dis­trict digs, D-T daz­zles with an ar­ray of glass, ce­ramic, porce­lain and nat­u­ral stone from Italy, Spain, Brazil and be­yond. The in­tri­cate mo­tifs of Aguayo’s dec­o­ra­tive ce­ment tiles, cus­tom­iz­a­ble in over 60 colours, are a great way to show off your style. For a more clas­sic look, try mar­ble mo­saics in Car­rara bas­ketweave, brick or clas­sic penny-round pat­terns. Or, for a bolder state­ment, use mini re­cy­cled-glass tiles from Trend Group to wrap columns or cre­ate mu­rals. 143 TYCOS DR 416 413 7985 DECOTILE.COM

Eu­ro­pean Floor­ing

EF’S sam­ples of lux­u­ri­ous hard­wood plank floor­ing are set in over­sized slid­ing pan­els, giv­ing clients the ben­e­fit of a large-scale dis­play. Verona Floors’ pre­ci­sion-en­gi­neered planks – up to more than 25

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