I literally stood in the design studio and
Here's the pièce de résistance! Try not to fall in love:
|sTile "Tabula Moka" porcelain tile|
|Master bathroom palette: porcelain tile flooring, white painted cabinets, 3cm Carrara marble slab vanity top and Benjamin Moore 1551 "La Paloma Gray" on the walls.|
From GetStile.com: "Tabula is wood for today's world. A contemporary look that won't scratch, dent, swell or discolor. A designer look that doesn't mind dogs, kids, water and life. Tabula can be used for most commercial and residential floors. It can also be used for shower walls and tub decks. It fits right in with Northwest contemporary, traditional, rustic and urban loft styles and blends easily with an equally wide range of finishes. Tabula is available in 5 colors. It comes in 6x36 rectified planks and 3x18 surface bullnose. It is colored-body porcelain and exceeds the ADA recommendation for slip resistance both wet and dry. It is truly a floor like no other."
According to BaneClene.com: Porcelain tile is more scratch resistant than ceramic tile. Also, porcelain tile is fired at higher temperatures than ceramic, resulting in superior durability and stain resistance.