Sponsor Spotlight: La Nova Tile

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{Residential Project by La Nova Tile}

La Nova Tile is Houston’s premiere source for mid to high end contemporary porcelain tile and natural stone including Tiger Travertine and two types of Carrara Marble. Founded by Erick Calderon and his father in 2003 after seeing a void in the American market after a visit to Spain where the majority of their inventory is manufactured. They carry a large inventory, most of which are available for same day delivery. La Nova Tile prides itself in excellent customer service and attention to detail. Specializing in both commercial and residential projects, La Nova works closely with architects and designers until each project is completed.Through their innovative techniques, vast assortment of Spanish and Italian tile selections and sustainable practices, La Nova has proven to be on the cutting edge of tile design. To learn more about La Nova Tile, be sure to visit their website and check out their digital brochure (take a look at their Amazzon Series Flooring on pg. 4- I’d like that in my home!).

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{La Nova Tile’s Showroom}

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{Commercial Project: Restaurant and Houston Hot-Spot, RDG + Bar Annie}

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{Residential Project- Isn’t the fireplace amazing?}

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{A Beautiful Backsplash in another Residential Project}

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