Daltile, KeysGranite opens design studio in Miami

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Miami—Daltile, an industry-leading brand of ceramic, porcelain, glass, metal and natural stone tile products, has opened the doors to a new design studio in Miami. The 4,600-square-foot, two-story studio space, complete with a tile library and communal and private workspaces, is accompanied by a KeysGranite stone and slab yard. Providing a variety of tile and stone products from both Daltile and KeysGranite brands, the design studio supports the local architectural and design community by providing a unique, single resource for products and services needed to satisfy clientele.

“The space provides not only a place to view and select product, but a professional environment where designers and architects can feel comfortable staying to work for a few hours, or bringing their customers in for consultation,” said April Wilson, director, brand marketing, Dal-Tile.

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