The Challenges of Laying Large Format Tile

How’s it going, everyone! I hope you’ve found some time to enjoy the beautiful Fall scenery and enjoying the euphoria that only this season can bring. Today I’d like to discuss a facet of tile flooring: The large format tile. While there are certainly many advantages to using large format tile, especially in wide, spacious areas, it definitely charters a few challenges, as well. Let’s discuss, shall we?

Large Format Tile: The Long Haul

Other, smaller tiles are easy enough to haul around, and where that may not seem like a huge deal beforehand, you’ll thank yourself when having to load and unload your materials. With a large format tile, well it’s simply that, a larger challenge. Considering each box contains roughly 7-10 pieces, each weighing about 4-5 pounds each, it can get kind of heavy, especially since you’re more than likely setting it in a large area, say, a living room or a basement.   large format tile   So, imagine if you will, that the average basement is 1,000 sq. ft, and your typical large format tile comes in a 12×12 piece, one square foot. Do the math. Your jaw dropped a little bit, didn’t it? You’d need 1,000 tiles to complete your floor, which means carrying about a 100 boxes of tile down a flight of steps, not to mention maneuvering them as you complete a section. It’s a tremendous, near-back-breaking task that can easily substitute as a couple of workouts, and this is just preparation alone.   [bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] DIY flooring-tile-featured   [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] Backsplash-Tile-Featured-Image [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth_last”] tile trends [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]  

Large Format Tile: Lippage

Lippage is the degree to which one tile rises above an adjoining one, giving the look of unevenness, and it’s extra noticeable in larger tiles because of the space it covers. Now, you may think, “If the subfloor is level, how can lippage occur?” Some of the tiles themselves aren’t exactly even all the way across depending on material, and two, if you plan on subsetting the tile with a 50% offset, you’re just asking for it. For clarity, that means setting one row of tile down and then starting another row with a tile in the middle of the last. Worst case: Lippage can cause one to trip and fall, and no one wants those problems.   large format tile   Now, just because this type of tile is prone to such behavior definitely doesn’t mean it’s unavoidable. Before install, make sure the area your working on is 100% completely level. If not, grabbing a few bags of floor leveler will do the trick. After all, the installation process is a feat in itself, the last thing you want to see when the entire job is finished is a rolling wave in the middle of your floor or miniature Alps along the edges.  

Large Format Tile: Installation

This goes hand-in-hand with the previous challenge, but I want to talk a little bit about the entire process as a whole. Now, this is a blog post about the challenges, but one of the advantages of large format tile is being able to get around tricky spots — door casings, trim, toilet holes, etc — with only a couple pieces of tile. But there’s a catch.   large format tile   Since this tile is relatively larger, it can be hard to maneuver, to level out, and bond with the mortar. Indeed, there may be times you where you have to literally do a push-up atop the tile to even it out. Trust me, I’d had to do it. But to prevent lippage, this is something that has to be done. large format tile   Cutting can be a task, as well. There’s no doubt about that. Having to haul each large piece and praying it doesn’t crack from the tile machine can be a bit stressful, but it comes with the job. I suggest using a very careful approach when using this form of tile, especially if you’re installing a tile shower surround.   [bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] DIY flooring-tile-featured   [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] Backsplash-Tile-Featured-Image [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth”] [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”one_fourth_last”] tile trends [/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]   Well, there you have it, folks. A few of the challenges that come with laying large format tile. But, please, don’t let this deter you. There are plenty more advantages than disadvantages in using large format tile. It’s well worth it, especially in bigger, wider areas! Feel free to check out our selection of large format tile, too! Just click here. Be safe and stay blessed, everyone!  


Builders Surplus is a full service renovation company with locations in Louisville, Kentucky, and Newport, Kentuck y, which also serves Cincinnati, Ohio. We specialize in interior design, kitchen design, bathroom remodel, building materials, and home improvement. Interior Design and measurements come as a free service to our clients. We sell building materials ranging in every price point, from unfinished kitchen cabinets to top of the line Wellborn cabinets. In addition to interior design, we also offer installation services. If you have any questions or would like to set up a free design consultation with one of our interior designers, we would encourage you to do so. We love sharing our knowledge with clients & potential home renovators. We write about interior design, home decor, decorating ideas, and home improvement. We hope you’ll check back in for our next article! Happy Renovation!   Written by: Chris Chamberlain    

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Subway Tile Styles Ultimate Guide

Subway tile is a classic and versatile option for any home design. It’s been around for over a century, but its popularity has surged in recent years. Subway tile is a trendy yet timeless option for any space, and with so many styles to choose from, you’re sure to find the perfect fit for your home. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most popular subway tile styles available today.

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Colored Subway Tile

While white subway tile is the classic choice, colored subway tiles are becoming more popular. You can find subway tiles in almost any color you can imagine, from muted pastels to bright and bold hues. Colored subway tiles can add a playful and fun element to any space
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Glass Subway Tile

Looking to add a modern touch to your space? Consider glass subway tile! This style of subway tile is clean, fresh, and gives off a contemporary vibe that sets it apart from other subway tile styles. It’s available in a variety of cool colors like green and charcoal, as well as classic white.

While glass subway tile may be a bit more expensive than other options, the added cost is definitely worth it for the sleek and stylish look it provides. Plus, glass tile is easy to clean and maintain, making it a practical choice for high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms.

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Handmade Subway Tile

Handmade subway tiles are unique and one-of-a-kind. They are made by skilled artisans who shape and glaze each tile by hand. The irregularities and variations in the tiles create a beautiful and organic look. Handmade subway tiles are available in a range of colors, textures, and finishes.

 Handcrafted Subway Tile Styles

Large Format Subway Tile

Large format subway tiles are a modern twist on the classic subway tile. They come in a variety of sizes, including 4×8, 4×12, and even 6×12. Large format subway tiles can create a bold and dramatic effect in a space.

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Mini Subway Tile Styles

Mini subway tile is taking the design world by storm! This miniature 2×4 tile format comes in a wide variety of colors and styles, making it the perfect choice for any home. While it may not be teeny-tiny, the smaller format still packs a big design punch and adds a dramatic touch to any space.

However, it’s worth noting that installing mini subway tile is a bit more time-consuming than installing regular 3×6 tile. But the end result is well worth the extra effort. Mini subway tile is a versatile option that can be used for a variety of applications, from kitchen backsplashes to bathroom walls.

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Marble Subway Tile

If you’re looking to add a touch of class to your home, consider a marble subway tile backsplash. The elegant beauty of marble combined with the classic look of subway tile creates a timeless aesthetic that is sure to impress.

This particular Greecian marble subway tile is a steal at only $5.99 per square foot. The affordable price point makes it an attractive option for anyone looking to upgrade their kitchen or bathroom without breaking the bank.

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Looking for renovation services in Louisville, Florence, or Cincinnati? Look no further than Builders Surplus! We’re a full-service renovation company that specializes in interior design, kitchen and bathroom remodels, building materials, and home improvement. We’re proud to be the leading provider of Ledge Stone, wall tile, and backsplash tile in the area.

At Builders Surplus, we offer a free interior design and measurement service to our clients, and we sell building materials to fit every budget, from unfinished kitchen cabinets to top-of-the-line Wellborn cabinets. Plus, we don’t just sell building materials – we also offer installation services.

If you’re ready to start your renovation project or just have some questions, we encourage you to set up a free design consultation with one of our interior designers. We’re always happy to share our knowledge with clients and potential home renovators.

And if you’re looking for inspiration or advice, be sure to check out our blog! We cover a wide range of topics, including interior design, home decor, decorating ideas, and home improvement. Thanks for considering Builders Surplus for your renovation needs – we can’t wait to work with you!

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Fireplace Remodeling Ideas

Today, we’ll be giving you some amazing fireplace remodeling ideas that you can use to spruce up your home! A fireplace is a focal point in many homes, so it only makes sense that you would want it looking it’s best and reflecting your personality.

Ledge Stone Fireplace Remodeling

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Ledge stone is such a versatile remodeling material, so it only makes sense that it would be perfect for fireplace remodeling! Ledge stone can give a rustic, craftsman or modern look. The color you choose and the décor in your space will determine the style it takes on. Click here to shop ledge stone!

Geometric Tile Fireplace

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Click here to shop decorative tile!This modern style fireplace is fun and subdued at the same time. It will work in any space, with almost any décor and with any color palette. The geometric pattern is very in style. I would definitely recommend you consider this style for your fireplace remodeling project.

 

Fun Patterned Fireplace Remodeling

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Click here to shop arabesque tile!This fireplace is one of my favorites! The arabesque pattern is feminine and soft, but in this neutral hue doesn’t look too girlie. The Darker grey wood mantle goes perfectly with this and really makes this fireplace a focal point.

White Brick Tile Fireplace

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Click here to shop brick tile!I am a HUGE lover of brick in every color and in any space. This fireplace doesn’t disappoint. You don’t have to have real brick on your fireplace to get the look. If you’re doing any fireplace remodeling, check out brick tile. It looks just like real brick and can go over pretty much any existing material giving your fireplace a whole new look!  Shop brick tile options here!

Red Brick Tile Fireplace

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Just like the brick tile above, we also carry this distressed red brick tile. I love the red in contrast with all the white. It’s very shabby chic and gives off the very popular rustic or farmhouse feel. Brick always has a way of warming up the space, so definitely consider this color for your next project.

Large Format Tile Fireplace Remodeling

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Click here to shop large format tile!Fireplace remodeling using large format tile is not the most common, but it sure is stunning! They have really made the fireplace feel large and modern by using such large tile in a beautiful neutral color. It can morph to the style of the room no matter what décor they put in it over the years. Click here to shop large format tile!

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Marble Fireplace Makeover

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Click here to shop marble tile!Marble is a classic material that has been used in remodeling for decades. Using marble tile for your fireplace surround is gives a classic elegant look that should continue to give a look you desire for many more decades to come.

Marble Subway Tile Fireplace

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Click here to shop subway tile!Like the larger format marble tile above, this is a more modern version of the classic. The popular subway style tile in the marble material is a big seller and a top choice for fireplace remodeling. This looks so clean, fresh and inviting! Click here to shop subway tile!

Modern Neutral Fireplace Upgrade

Photo: Michael J. LeeThis neutral larger format subway tile is such a beautiful choice for a fireplace. It is a color that will coordinate with anything. This is important to consider as you can change your living room furniture and décor many times before you do another fireplace remodeling project. Pick something that you will be happy with for years and years. This works great for males and females alike and has an understated modern look, which I love. Click here to shop tile!

Interlocking Mesh Back Fireplace

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Click here to shop mesh back mosaic tile!This interlocking mesh back mosaic tile on this fireplace surround is understated, yet fun! It gives texture and movement, but keeps the color neutral. It’s a playful modern look. Mesh back mosaics are becoming very popular options for fireplace surrounds, so shop all the options today!

Stone Fireplace

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Click here to shop ledge stone!A stone fireplace has been a classic in fireplace remodeling trends. Just because it’s not new, doesn’t mean it’s not great. It’s been so popular all these years for a reason. There are so many styles of stone that you can really make it your own! It can go in modern, rustic, craftsman, or industrial spaces and feel right at home. Don’t discount this classic choice if you’re thinking about fireplace remodeling! Click here to shop ledge stone!

 

Builders Surplus is a renovation company that provides full-service solutions in Louisville Kentucky,  Florence Kentucky. Their services extend to Cincinnati Ohio as well.  The company is a leading supplier of Ledge Stone, wall tile, and backsplash tile in the three cities. They specialize in interior design, kitchen and bathroom remodeling, home improvement, and building materials. Their clients can avail themselves of free interior design and measurement services. Builders Surplus offers building materials in a wide range of prices, from unfinished kitchen cabinets to high-end Wellborn cabinets. They also provide installation services. Clients who have queries or wish to schedule a free design consultation with an interior designer are encouraged to contact the company.

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Builders Surplus also publishes articles on interior design, home décor, decorating ideas, and home improvement. They invite readers to check back for their next article and wish everyone a happy renovation!

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DIY: Tips For Laying Floor Tile

Today, I’m going to teach you all about laying floor tile. Laying floor tile can be a different experience for those laying large format tile vs. smaller tile, or laying in big spaces vs. small spaces, but ultimately, the steps should be very similar. I hope it’s helpful!
First, we need to be prepared. That means having all the materials so that you don’t have to run out and get them mid project, because lets face it, that’s the worst.

Below are a few things (and resources) you’ll need for laying floor tile:

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1st: Prep Your Surface & For Tile Type!

This is very important. Inspect flatness before you begin. Is your surface clean and dry? Do you need a leveling compound? Take the time to repair anything that is damaged or uneven before you start. We took out old tile, so there was some dried mortar on the floor for me. I took my chisel and mallet and chiseled it up before I started. I took a shop vac and vacuumed everything up very well.
Make sure baseboards and moulding is off, check out your door jambs to make sure that the tile has enough space under it. If not, you will need to trim. It’s always better to identify this BEFORE you start as opposed to after.
If you are laying large format tile, do research on the unique challenges you may encounter. I laid large format tile in this bathroom, so I had to buy a mortar for large format tile (any tile over 15″ on any side), I decided on a tile leveling system (awesome by the way) to prevent lippage. Click here to learn what to think about before using large format tile.

2nd: Lay it out before you lay it

To make sure your layout works, you want to do a dry layout first. This is when you lay out all your tile and you’re happy with the way that it looks, how big your grout lines will be, get an idea of where cuts will be on certain tiles, and any other issues you may encounter.
It’s important not to simply follow the walls to get a straight layout. Many walls are not level, and if you are following the wall, you could end up with a crooked first row, making all of your subsequent tile crooked as well. Mark the center point of each of the walls in the room. Next, snap chalk lines between the center points of opposite walls to pinpoint the center of the room. Make any necessary adjustments to ensure that the intersection creates perfect squares. Starting at the center point, lay a row of loose tiles along the center lines in both directions, using tile spacers as you go to for even grout joints. Once you reach the walls, you’ll need to cut tiles for a proper fit.
I didn’t take pictures of my dry layout, but it worked out very well and I was able to use this to go ahead and cut a lot of my tile!

3rd: Time to Tile

I used premixed adhesive, so I didn’t need to worry about how much I mixed going in. This is why I like it. It won’t dry up. If you run into complications and can’t finish right away, you’re not wasting. Using the flat side of your trowel (see above to make sure you’re using the right size for your tile) lay down your adhesive on the wall farthest from the door. When laying floor tile, you want to make sure you work from back of room to the front, because you will not be able to walk on the tile once it’s laid to get out of the room. This may seem like common sense, but not everyone realizes this until it’s too late!
When laying floor tile, I put adhesive down one row at a time. I make sure I come out at least an inch or two so that on my next row, I can easily see the thickness of the mortar that was used and can use the same amount. Using the notched side of our trowel, comb in the ridges. This removes excess and gives you a uniform surface. You can go ahead and make all cuts for that row based on your dry layout or cut as you go. Make sure that when cutting out for a toilet flange, you measure your toilet’s width so you know how wide your cut can be.
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Make sure you “butter” the back of your tile when laying floor tile. This is rubbing a thin layer of mortar on the back of your tile in addition to the mortar on the floor. This ensures a better hold. I have made the mistake of not doing it in the past and found several loose tiles. When I use this method, they adhere. If you are using a tile leveling system (see how to video above), set them as you go from one tile to the next, along with your spacers.
Always start at the center of the row and work your way out. This gives you a better end result. If you’re doing a brick pattern, your second row should start in the center of your first row’s center tile. This gives you the perfect brick pattern! Press tiles in firmly or use your leveling block and mallet. With the tile leveling system, you don’t really have to worry about the leveling block because they are going to lock your tiles in place.

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Make sure you remove any excess mortar around the toilet flange after setting.

Continue your pattern of laying floor tile and move through the rest of the room in the same way, making sure each tile has spacers appropriately applied and is pressed in firmly.Lastly, allow your tile to set at least 24 hours to set before walking on it. Some people recommend more, but I like to see if there are any loose tiles right away. After 24 hours, you can still reset them fairly easily.

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This last row was done the next day. I was dry laying my last tile for the complicated cut around the floor vent.

 4th: Grouting

When laying floor tile, decide if you’re using premixed or you’re mixing yourself. If you are mixing yourself, make sure you only mix enough that you can use in a 1 hr time period. A small room such as this typically doesn’t take much time so I just mixed mine all at once. I used a grey that was very similar to my tile so that it would be lower maintenance than a white, and it would hide any minor imperfections better (grout has this amazing way of doing that). Remove tile spacers and your tile leveling system.

After you mix, make sure you have a bucket of clean water and a sponge ready. Spread grout on the tile surface, use a rubber grout float or a squeegee to force it down into the joints. I used a sanded grout from North American Adhesive because of the size of my tile and grout lines (see link above to determine yours).

Tilt the float at a 45-degree angle and with the edge of the float, remove the excess grout from the surface immediately. Now tilt the float at a 90-degree angle and scrape it diagonally across the tiles. After you’ve done an area, use your wet sponge and wipe the surface clean. See if any areas need extra grout. Rinse out sponge and repeat. Change water as needed.

Polish with a soft cloth when the grout has dried and a haze forms on the tile surface. Rinse again with sponge and clean water if necessary. Give your newly grouted floor 72 hours before any heavy use and at least three weeks before applying sealers or polishes.

Admire your new tile and give yourself a pat on the back for laying floor tile!

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Before thoroughly cleaning grout joints

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Builders Surplus is a full service renovation company with locations in Louisville, Kentucky, and Newport, Kentucky, which also serves Cincinnati, Ohio. We are one of the leading providers of ceramic, porcelain, and large format tiles in Louisville, Newport, and Cincinnati. We specialize in interior design, kitchen design, bathroom remodel, building materials, and home improvement. Interior Design and measurements come as a free service to our clients. We sell building materials ranging in every price point, from unfinished kitchen cabinets to top of the line Wellborn cabinets. In addition to interior design, we also offer installation services. If you have any questions or would like to set up a free design consultation with one of our interior designers, we would encourage you to do so. We love sharing our knowledge with clients & potential home renovators. We write about interior design, home decor, decorating ideas, and home improvement. We hope you’ll check back in for our next article! Happy Renovation!

Written By: Allie Bloyd

Top 10 Interior Design Trends Spotted At KBIS



Week before last, while visiting the Kitchen & Bath International Showcase in Las Vegas, we spotted 10 new interior design trends worth noting. KBIS, along with the National Kitchen and Bath Association is an inspiring showcase that highlights the latest products, trends and technologies in the remodeling industry. KBIS can be a great way to see what is up in coming in the design world, then taking those products to our customers to enjoy! This is an industry only event that we are happy to share with you by highlighting the top 10 trends that we spotted this year.

Our favorite Interior Design Trends For 2016


1. Arabesque  Patterns

Arabesque tile is one of my absolute favorites. It has such a unique shape that can look modern, french country, vintage, eclectic, or traditional depending on the material, color and finish. This is a real eye catcher in an kitchen or bathroom and will make your space stand out from the rest. We will be expanding our selection of arabesque backsplash tile options shortly, so don’t forget to check back to see the new sections!


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2. Colorful and Unique Appliances


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Colorful appliances were everywhere at KBIS! The Suzanne Kasler stove to the upper left is a true show piece. This would be the highlight of your kitchen without a doubt. The colors available are bottom left of this paragraph. The retro aqua appliances are amazing and you can really freshen up a drab space quickly with these pieces!
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3. Hexagon Patterns

Hexagon is definitely rising to the top in terms of favorites, as the selection available has expanded greatly in the last year. No matter what your color scheme or style, you can most likely find a hexagon to match. The geometric feel usually works best in a contemporary space, in my opinion, but don’t let that stop you – the sky is the limit!


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Click here to view our favorite hexagon backsplash!

4. Reclaimed Wood

This is my favorite trend, hands down. I absolutely adore the rustic, farmhouse feel, where you mix new pieces with old to give it a nostalgic feel without being outdated. You can use reclaimed wood in a variety of spaces: Light fixtures, open shelves, on your walls, and on a vanity front! the image to the bottom right is an amazing new piece called Stik Wood! It is thinly sliced completely real reclaimed wood, with a sticky back attached to it. It is designed to easily be applied to walls, ceilings, kitchen islands & more! We can’t wait to start carrying Stik Wood Designs in store!

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5. Taking On Technology

Technology has grown immensely in the kitchen & bathroom space. The video below shows an island that can raise and lower at the push of a button. The image below it are cabinets that drop down from the bottom, allowing for easy wheelchair accessibility. There are so many cool options that serve a purpose and will impress your friends all at the same time!





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6. Playful Patterns

I love this trend, as life is too short to take it too seriously! These playful, fun patterns just bring a smile to my face whenever I see them. Adding something colorful or unique to an otherwise calm space is a great way to add character and charm without going overboard!


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7. Natural Stone

Natural stone is on the rise and the reason is simple – it looks great, it’s durable, and you can use it in virtually any space, with any style. There is a color or shape for modern looks, rustic looks, or traditional looks. Use the pebble style stone on your shower floor, the ledge stone on your home’s exterior, the larger stone on your fireplace and you’ve built a cozy home with natural style!


Natural-Stone-Tile Interior Design Trends

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8. Colorful Cabinets

As a lover of color, this is another one of my favorites. The kelley green cabinets to the left are part of Wellborn Cabinets’ Color Inspire collection. This allows you to take any color from Sherwin Williams, and have them transform your cabinets with it! This is a very unique option that allows you to have a truly one of a kind kitchen or bathroom.


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9. Cabinet Illumination

Under-cabinet illumination is that little something extra that makes a big difference. Not only for looks, this trend is also for function. It really makes your kitchen look like something you would see in a magazine, with little expense, depending on the style of lighting that you choose. It is easy to have this installed with virtually any cabinet line.

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10. Large Format Tile

Large format tile is one of the biggest trends in tile today. Large format tile is considered anything that is 15″ longer on any side, however, some consider 12″ or more to begin to get into the large format category. Below are two really fun options, but large format tile is becoming available in anything you can image, from polished marble, travertine, and wood look tile, to some of the more “out there options” similar to what is shown below. Make sure to have a professional install your large format tile, as it is much different, and much more difficult, than traditional tile.


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There you have it! Our top 10 interior design trends from KBIS 2016! We hope you learned a lot and got some great new ideas for the future!

Builders Surplus is a full service renovation company with locations in Louisville, Kentucky, and Newport, Kentucky, which also serves Cincinnati, Ohio. We specialize in interior design, kitchen design, bathroom remodel, building materials, and home improvement. Interior Design and measurements come as a free service to our clients. We sell building materials ranging in every price point, from unfinished kitchen cabinets to top of the line Wellborn cabinets. In addition to interior design, we also offer installation services. If you have any questions or would like to set up a free design consultation with one of our interior designers, we would encourage you to do so. We love sharing our knowledge with clients & potential home renovators. We write about interior design, home decor, decorating ideas, and home improvement. We hope you’ll check back in for our next article! Happy Renovation!


Written By: Allie Bloyd