Dal-Tile

DalTile’s Laura Grilli Gives Us A Cool Peek At Hot Tiles

By Nikki Barringer / November 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

If you’re totally over it with subway tile and even the wood look is making you drowsy, there’s a cure for your tile blues. It’s the latest colors, textures and collections from DalTile. We sat down with Laura Grilli, Lead Product Designer for DalTile, to find out what’s up. She’s Italian, so beauty and artistic […]

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Kristin Cavallari Teamed Up With Dal-Tile To Make All Your Ceramic Dreams Come True

By Nikki Barringer / November 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Right in our backyard, there’s a tile giant named Dal-Tile. I mean, it’s right in the name: DAL-Tile. But what if there’s some other famous Dal out there? It could happen. Here’s something to consider though, one in three tiles sold in America is a Dal-Tile product. Isn’t that bananas? It is a little, but […]

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Real Estate Relies on People: What Happens When People Change

By Jon Anderson / September 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

Dwellings, offices, factories, warehouses, restaurants, even zoos, are all built for people. Seems an exceedingly obvious statement. Equally obvious is the fact that as society changes, its man-made structures change, too. Ebb and flow and all that. But what I find fascinating is how little we learn. The old saying goes that those who don’t […]

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Tonight: Rock on at the Dal-Tile House Overlooking White Rock Lake at the Cloisters!

By Candy Evans / March 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

People, you have to see this home to believe it, one of the most significant in Dallas and a full blown tribute to the ’60s! Read all about it and see you at the party!

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The House That (Dal)-Tile Built: 4606 Chapel Hill, on White Rock Lake

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / February 22, 2018 / 9 Comments

By Donovan Westover Special Contributor, Preservation Dallas I have always been curious about this house on White Rock Lake. Everybody is. The heavily treed lot in the exclusive Cloisters enclave is more than three acres and gracefully bows to afford sweeping waterfront views from most every window of the house. When I say most, I […]

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