Cement Tile vs. Porcelain Tile – Which One Is Better?

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As one of the designers at Fordham Marble, I can say this is one of the many questions we are frequently asked: “Which are better, Cement Tiles or Porcelain Tiles?” Well, there is no clear cut answer. I know, not the answer you hoping for. But there is more. Not to worry. I have here a list of more commonly asked questions that will help you decide which is best for your project – Cement or Porcelain.

Natural Stone-Looking Porcelain Tiles!

Take a look at our large format Porcelain Tile. Natural Stone look with zero maintenance—no fuss, no muss! The matte finish in classic grey looks great with the Nano Glass Counter Top.

 

 

 

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Bettina Routh Mud Room, Hallway & Powder Room

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When design and function come together to create a truly wonderful space. As demonstrated here by Designer, Bettina Routh. This Porcelain tile is as durable as it is beautiful. Flowing seamlessly from the mud room / hallway into the Powder Room. The powder room features a modern Nano Glass countertop that is a true showstopper.  Notice the beautiful vanity cabinet, also designed by Bettina.

New Mosaic Tile Collections!

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We are so very excited to announce the launch of our glass mosaics:  The Café Collection and The Bijoux Collection. We know you will be thoroughly thrilled because they are unlike any other glass you have ever seen! The manufacturing process recycles automobile windshields, blends in through body color which results in a glass mosaic with a delicate beauty.  However, don’t let the soft touch and luxurious look fool you.  Café and Bijoux glass are extremely durable, suitable for your showers, floors, spas, pools and will withstand a century of Midwestern winters!

Bathroom & Laundry Room Renovation

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This project came to us from a three time returning client of our parent company, Fordham Marble. Our client was renovating her town house in New Canaan, CT which called for different selections of natural stone slabs and tiles to fit the styles that our client was looking forYou can read about our client’s kitchen renovation here.