CUSTOM TILE IN DENVER
Professional Tile Installation in Denver
Construction and remodeling can be a major undertaking for even the most experienced contractors. Let our team at Stone Crafters Inc. take the pressure off and find the perfect tile to complement your overall design or simply provide a fresh update to a new home.
We can address your project’s tile needs from floor covering to the backsplash and accents.
Materials and services
Our tile can form the basis for your complete remodel, with natural stone countertops and cabinets, or complete a simple standalone project for your already beautiful setup.
We offer a wide range of colors, shapes, and styles to give your space an upgrade and carry out your vision.
If you’re on a budget for flooring, ceramic tile is an affordable choice that comes in an array of colors that can match your bathroom or kitchen design.
The trend of wood-look tile will likely continue as a durable and attractive alternative to hardwood and laminate flooring. The wood-look tile is made to mimic everything from oak to walnut to redwood in different stains.
Travertine is a form of limestone, and its light, neutral color works perfectly in just about any décor and setting inside the home. You can also use it outside as patio flooring or for garden pathways.
Other stone tile flooring options include marble and slate. Choose marble for an elegant look in the bathroom or kitchen. It is often available in a variety of tile sizes, and it can be laid out in trendy patterns like chevron. Slate, a metamorphic rock, can be found in a broad range of earthy shades, such as copper, tan, and black. Select from small squares, rectangular bricks, and more unusual hexagon shapes.
Not only can we help you select and source your tile, we provide additional related services so you don’t have to shop around. Our team will remove existing wall and backsplash tile to prepare for the new design. We will also install your flooring, backsplash, and accent tiles.
Wide range of tile uses
When you’re doing a kitchen remodel or a bathroom remodel, or maybe designing one of these rooms from the ground up, you need to think about the big picture and the details.
Tile can be a part of both of these scenarios. Consider using tile on the floor as a neutral backdrop in the kitchen and possibly a bold design statement in a small half bath. It can be laid out in a traditional square tile pattern or a more unexpected pattern, such as herringbone or mosaic.
Backsplashes are becoming a focal point in the kitchen where homeowners can express themselves. Some choose a simple white subway tile, and others go for a textured tile in a basket-weave pattern or shiny multicolored glass tiles.
Accent tiles can be used to enhance an otherwise plain white shower or as an added point of interest on the kitchen wall. Our experts can work with you and your designer to make the best selection for the look you want.