spanish colonial architecture flooring, boca raton, fl

Best Flooring Options for a Spanish Colonial Home

Forget Crockett and Tubbs... Miami’s vice is architecture. The city has always had a love affair with trophy buildings. Miami Beach’s Art Deco District features 800 historic structures – a kaleidoscope of pastel buildings with fanciful porthole windows, ship-like railings, sleek curves and shiny terrazzo floors. Built between 1920 and 1943, these tropical drink-colored hotels and…
White subway tile kitchen backsplash in Boca Raton

5 Creative Ways to Use Subway Tile for Your Kitchen Backsplash

Subway tile has been around since it was first installed in New York City’s underground train stations in the early 1900s. This classic version was just a glazed white ceramic 3-by-6 inch rectangle, but today, subway tile is available in any number of colors, finishes, and sizes. The simplicity of this tile makes it suitable…
Wood Ceramic Floor Tile in Boca Raton

“Wood” Ceramic Floor Tiles: The New Trend

Combining the benefits of both hardwood flooring and ceramic tile, "wood" ceramic floor tiles are a new trend that homeowners and renovators may want to consider. Wood ceramic floor tiles have the appearance of wood planks and can be styled to mimic many different types of wood. Though they can be expensive, they are also…