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New Product Line From Sonoma Tile

Megan from Artistic Tile, LLC shows us the new line, Mirazur, from Sonoma Tile in California, featuring all-new patterns, colors, and shapes. This collection includes 10 different colors, available in 3 shapes/sizes to bring an upscale style to any space. Keep reading to learn more about this collection of tiles!

More About the Mirazur Collection

The Mirazur Collection features a gorgeous color palette that ranges from bright to neutrals. The colors offered are below: 

  • Andalucia (matte)
  • La Blanca (crackle)
  • Ibiza (crackle)
  • Seville (crackle)
  • Marbella (crackle)
  • Delfina (crackle)
  • Bahia  (crackle)
  • Miro (metallic)
  • Urso  (crackle)
  • Zaranda  (matte)

The collection is also available in 3 different shapes/sizes: 

  • Prado (fishscale)
  • Opa (trapezoid) 
  • 2 ½ x 10 (rectangular) 

View the full collection here

Where to Install Mirazur Tiles

The Mirazur collection features a wide range of beautiful tiles that can be mixed and matched to fit nearly any style. They’re best suited for interior walls and showers. The Mirazur collection can be used to create stunning, unique backsplashes in the kitchen as well. The vibrant color palettes are sure to brighten up any space. They can also be installed for lighter-traffic residential flooring.

Caring for Your Mirazur Tiles 

To keep your Mirazur tiles looking new and beautiful for years to come, you’ll need to know how to properly care for them! For routine cleaning, a mild dishwashing soap with water or a ph neutral cleaner for tiles should work just fine. When choosing a cleaner, it’s always best to test it on a small area first to ensure it doesn’t affect the tile’s glaze. As with any tile cleaning, it’s important to avoid harsh chemicals like phosphoric acid, vinegar, lemon juice, etc.) When scrubbing, be sure to use a non-abrasive cloth or sponge to avoid scratching the tile. The grout of the tile can be cleaned with warm water and a soft-bristle cleaning brush. Tile floors should be vacuumed regularly to remove dirt and other loose particles, before the deep cleaning. In general, be sure to clean up spills or stains immediately before they dry to avoid permanent damage. Additionally, it’s recommended to reseal your tiles approximately every 6 months, based on usage, to keep them looking fresh! 

 

Source: https://sonomatilemakers.com