Josh Gross, Martins Flooring Builder/Commercial Account Manager, showcases the tile work installed in one of our builder accounts. Architectural Concepts, PC spec’d out the tile products from Mohawk and Tile Bar and Martins Flooring Team completed the installation.

The Martins Flooring Team worked on tile throughout the home — kitchen backsplash, laundry room floor, study powder room accent wall, powder room backsplash, and shower walls and floors in three additional bathrooms.

Study Powder Room Accent Wall

The green metallic effect of Mohawk Viva Lux tile, generates interplays of light and exquisite reflected glints, ideal for defining modern interiors and for avant-garde architectural projects. The stagger vertical edge certainly draws attention to the high ceilings and the beautiful tiles. Simple. Modern. Elegant design.

Powder Room Backsplash

The Angela Harris Dunmore Savona Décor polished ceramic wall tile in this room features floral and linear patterns in faded shades of marigold, russet, denim blue, and sage green. The atmospheric tiles breathe a bit of Cuban-inspired tones into the space.

Master Bathroom

Vanity Walls and shower walls

Capturing the appearance of a marble look, the Marmaris Hex Sunset Porcelain wall tiles look stunning with the light coming in from the large window framing the room. The tile has so many varying colors that keep pulling your eyes back to the beauty of the tile. A smooth, matte finish makes it a great choice. With its impervious, frost-resistant features, this hexagon tile is ideal for a master bathroom.


Shower Floor

The hexagon shape was carried over to the floor of the shower using Sasha Hexagon Porcelain Floor Tile. Coated with a deep, denim blue with a slightly worn-in façade, complete with a matte finish, this tile will make a splash in any space it is placed. Our installers carefully laid tile over the Kerdi line drain to give a clean, modern look.



Large 24” x 24” Imola floor tile stacked diagonally complete the flow and design of the bathroom. This porcelain stoneware, concrete effect, with pearl, iridescent shades pairs beautifully with the hexagon tiles.

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