New digs for Daltile showrooms in Las Vegas, Denver

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Daltile announces the reopening of two recently remodeled showrooms in Denver and Las Vegas. The goal was to provide a single-source resource for local architecture and design communities.

“We wanted to create inviting spaces that inspire our customers,” said Corinthia Runge, manager of gallery and showroom operations for Daltile. “Our new locations were designed by designers, for designers, making it easy to imagine what is possible in any space.”

The 5,800-square-foot tile and stone gallery in Las Vegas—located at 3345 W. Sunset Road, Suite G—boasts a floor-to-ceiling desert cactus mosaic mural that reflects the surrounding location. Products are artfully displayed on floors, walls and partitions while a loose tile library provides customers with full-size samples to help match and coordinate styles for their projects. In addition, an LCD touch screen lets customers virtually flip through the digital catalog, view inspiration gallery images and build out designs with the tile and stone visualizer tool.

The Denver showroom—located at 852 S. Jason St., Unit 8— features an entry area with a large stone slab desk with waterfall accent that provides a focal point for visitors. The 4,700-square-foot tile and stone showroom also has a fireplace vignette featuring four book-matched slabs, while an adjacent slab-yard and neighboring Mohawk carpet showroom creates a holistic experience.

In the new Daltile Las Vegas showroom, products are artfully displayed on floors, walls and partitions while a loose tile library provides customers with full-size samples

The 4,700-square-foot tile and stone showroom in Denver features an entry area with a large stone slab desk with waterfall accent.

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