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Color-Coordinated Tile

With three patterns and one solid, plus four field tile sizes and matching trim pieces, the Building Blox collection of porcelain tiles creates a wide range of creative options for the kitchen floor (and even a coordinating backsplash). Designed by Robert A. M. Stern, the tiles offer a contemporary twist on classic style with the Greek Key, Urban Fabric (interconnected rectangles), and City Garden (floral) patterns, available in nine colors: white, limestone, wheat, pistachio, ice, terra cotta, slate, taupe and black. Crossville

 
 
 

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