Julian Tile Blog
Floor and Wall Tile, Natural Stones, Mosaics
Thank you for helping us celebrate 40 years in business.
We couldn’t have done it without you!
This Cosmic Calendar mural was installed at SFU’s Trottier Observatory. The mural was made of Appiani’s ½” x ½” mosaic tiles in the image of the Cosmic Calendar, which is a pictorial representation of major astronomical events throughout time. The installation was done by Tiletec.
The theory behind “Design Compass” is to showcase the selection and products available for Designers at Julian Tile showroom, and to identify new directions in tile and design.
From colour, pattern, texture, size and everything in between, Julian Tile team had the opportunity to discuss with a select team of designers, the latest products our purchasers and Sales Management have seen on their annual buying trip to Italy. During the event we also had opportunity to receive valuable feedback from top designers, to better understand, from their perspective, what the trends are in the market.
Thank you to everyone that attended the first edition of Design Compass and made this a very special evening.
This one of a kind contemporary, urban inspired home in Brandon, Manitoba was built in just under a year by the collaboration of the J & G Homes team and the Design Shop interior design team.
The house has stunning details including Mosaico+ graffiti tile bar back, a large walk-in shower with a curved bench by Wedi and finished with Mosaico Piu Sfumature and Comie Accachio G Mix, a chefs kitchen to die for, upholstered benches throughout, a custom spa, a walk in wine cellar, a finished basement that can entertain an entire sports team and more!
Come have a coffee with us and enjoy this new facility that will inspire you.
(Line 1 - from left to right): Bryan Baeumler from HGTV with our Calgary branch manager, Franco Fellicella. Our Edmonton branch manager, Thane Hills.
(Line 2 - from left to right): Tania Baldo, Peter Gall, Franco Fellichella, Thane Hills and Maria Magagnin. Rose Baldo, Renato Baldo, Tania Baldo, and Maria Magagnin.
The integration of light and shadow in architecture.
Surfaces that shift and transform with the changing of light and seasons.
Represents the unexpected in a solid, reliable and practical solution.
WOW redefines the vision of space; elegant and subtle yet contemporary, whislt maintaining the qualities of ceramic: durability and resistance.
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