“Keramia Rockwood is a wood faux porcelain tile that captures both the dependability consumers have grown accustomed to with tile as well as the grandeur depiction of wood as the main focal point.”
Each Tuesday night homeowners’ lives are transformed with their newly rejuvenated kitchens reconstructing them from their ultimate loathing into their ultimate love. Contractor host James Young of I Hate My Kitchen not only combines the tools and tricks of the trade, but stylish materials that would truly captivate even the most conservative cook.
“Ben and Ela have been together since college and instead of getting married, they spent their money on a two-bedroom home. They’ve wanted to get rid of their kitchen since day one, but are dreading the thought of renovating it on their own. Contractor James Young ditches their kitchen’s florescent lighting and all-white color scheme and gives it a modern look. In addition, he opens up the space and brings in a cool recycled glass countertop, high-end floor tile and sparkling metal accents” (White-on-White episode).
Keramia Rockwood Details
- Extruded Glazed Porcelain Composition
- Hardwood Flooring Look
- Chemical Resistant
- Frost Resistant
- Heavy Commercial Rating
- Available In 2 Widths
- Textured Surface
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When Ben and Ela were first forced to face the decision of what flooring would fit best, they had to make the tough choice between durable porcelain tile and elegant hardwood flooring. So, they did what any logical couple would do. They met in the middle with the 5.8”x 24” Keramia Rockwood line provided by SouthCypress.com. A wood faux porcelain tile that captures both the dependability consumers have grown accustomed to with tile as well as the grandeur depiction of wood as the main focal point.
The wood floor tile was truly the perfect complementing feature to their revamped kitchen. It brought both brilliance and balance to their outdated design.
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