“…Whether it be walls or backsplash in the kitchen, walls and bath/shower surrounds in the bathroom or even exterior applications, Daltile Rittenhouse is a quality choice with the pleasing price-tag to match,” – Nick Lovelady of Cupboards Kitchen & Bath
When deciding what tile best fits with your project’s design and budget, often times consumers are forced to choose between their ideal tile scheme and a theme that is more agreeable with their allowance. With this tedious trial in mind Daltile created a line that would dazzle the eye without sending the funds into a frazzle. Offering a befitting cluster of colors fitting into almost any room and any cost.
“Rittenhouse square tile is classic and extremely versatile. So for someone who wants to put a backsplash up and be done with it forever, subway is a great option. This line gives a wall texture that can describe multiple things: modern and hip, Victorian, farmhouse, a crisp beach feel in blues and grays, and even rustic in the proper design and color. This line probably does for a room’s design what canvas does to art, it’s a backdrop that illuminates the artist’ creation, “ says a rittenhouse square tile representative.
“Subway tile, even in its current design, has been around for many years. For the nearly entire first half of the twentieth century, subway tile was the choice for not just residential applications, but commercial as well. It’s not called “subway” tile without reason. American underground transit was dominated by miles and miles of mostly white rectangular tiles usually with lovely art-style mosaics sprinkled in. It was no surprise that subway-goers took this trend in to their homes.
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With the residential real estate and building climate in its current state, more and more potential buyers are turning to existing homes where updates can be made to fit their certain tastes. Especially in older homes, kitchens and bathrooms are trending to the periods when the houses were built. What better way to “take your house back” and “bring it up to date” than subway tile.
How can one go wrong with budget-wise Rittenhouse Square? Too often, tiling walls in a bathroom or the kitchen backsplash is viewed as one of the last decisions in a project. With so many color options, applications and design options (check out the vertical Rittenhouse on the wall application!), it’s refreshing to have a budget-friendly option without sacrificing quality! Additionally, subway tile can be a subdued way to compliment an expensive stone countertop material, or even a plate-glass shower enclosure
…Whether it be walls or backsplash in the kitchen, walls and bath/shower surrounds in the bathroom or even exterior applications, Daltile Rittenhouse is a quality choice with the pleasing price-tag to match,” says Nick Lovelady of Cupboards Kitchen & Bath.
From shades of luminary gold to hues of misty meadow, Daltile’s rittenhouse square line offers a tremendous tapestry of tempting tones for any home from chalets to chateaus. So whether you’re wanting to define a room with an uptown taupe or redesign it with an elemental tan the rittenhouse square will meet both mind eye’s and budget.
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