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Staff Picks: Josh's favorite things

We asked each of our team members to select their top five favorite tiles from the showroom. Our operations manager, Josh, was drawn to masculine pieces that feature bohemian motifs, earthen hues, & distressed textures.

This charmingly rustic porcelain tile features a knotted woodgrain, a sun-faded stain, & remnants of peeling paint. It is incredibly realistic; you have to touch a piece to tell that its porcelain instead of wood! Perfect for sunrooms, laundry rooms, outdoor areas, & anywhere else where you desire a vintage patina, this bright, summery tile is sure to garner many compliments.

If you're looking for a conversation piece, look no further! This antique carpet-inspired large format tile looks as though it has stories to tell. The best part? Even though it already has all the fading, distressing, & patina your bohemian heart could want, it is a porcelain, so you can enjoy it knowing no additional fading or scratches will occur. This makes it a perfect floor for your craft room, workshop, & outdoor areas.

From porches to wine rooms to interior living spaces, we simply can't get enough of this gorgeous parquet wood look. It has all the dimension, warmth, & richness of a real hardwood parquet floor, plus all the durability & versatility of porcelain tile. If you're into the farmhouse trend, this tile is for you!

This porcelain tile is ruggedly handsome, featuring a rich leathery hue, a modern oversize format, & a rusty metallic patina. A decidedly masculine yet stylish choice, this is an edgy tile perfectly suited for your man cave, entertaining area, & anywhere else you'd go to relax, unwind, & enjoy a glass of whiskey.

Although this pattern can be custom cut from any type of marble you choose, we like it best in this dark & stormy Bardiglio. The blue-grey hue pairs beautifully with white, grey, & wood tones, and the unusual geometric motif is one he won't tire of anytime soon!

What do you think of Josh's style? Which of these effortlessly cool tiles would you like to see in your home? Let us know in the comments below!

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