It is amazing, seeing the creativeness of our clients, as they renovate their kitchen back splashes, office walls and floors with our picture tile ceramics!
Newmarket, Ontario (PRWEB) August 23, 2014
Paris Group Inc. has introduced a state-of-the-art concept that has just been emerging onto the new construction and home renovation scene.
Manufacturing photographs and images onto wall and floor tiles has been used primarily by elite corporations. But now stunning ceramic walls and floors can be created into murals, using any photo imaginable.
The tile are standard sizes, making them easy to install for any ceramic tile setter. Each tile, like part of a giant jig saw puzzle, is properly numbered with a map, so installation is straightforward.
This technology is finally available at a reasonable cost, to anyone. Most of whom are not aware that ceramic tile wall murals and customized tiled floors were even possible, let alone available.
"It is amazing, seeing the creativeness of our clients, as they renovate their kitchen back splashes, office walls and floors with our picture tile ceramics!" said Eric Partanen manager of Paris Group Inc.
Kitchens can now have back splashes of any design or pattern. A back splash of flowers for some. Bathroom shower stalls can look like a waterfall in a rain forest, with the floor like bending green grass.
Restaurants and businesses, could transform walls into any color scheme and image they want and include promotional text, as well. Some make their floors at their front entrance with a large "Welcome!" with their corporate logo as well.
All that is required is an idea and a photograph. The image is then processed through the art department and then on its way for production. Using large presses and kiln fired ovens, the image takes on the shape and durability of commercial ceramic or porcelain tile.
The rest is then custom made wall or floor tiles, available in any size.
Eric Partanen and his father Lauri Partanen, used to be ceramic tile installers themselves, before storing the wet-saw for good, and started creating pictures on tiles for everyone.