As the newest addition to Crossville Studios’ nationwide footprint, Contempo Tile’s already impressive array of tile and slab offerings just got bigger. “We have showrooms across the state including Salt Lake City, Ogden, American Fork, Salt Lake Slab showroom, St. George and Boise,” says Kevin Fitzgerald, Architectural and Design Representative. “And each showroom is staffed with friendly design and installation experts to make sure our customers find exactly what they need.”

Contempo Tile/Crossville Studios brings the best tile and natural stone slabs from around the world to their showrooms and offers a vast selection that can accommodate any budget or project scale. “We have relationships with manufacturers around the globe, so we can source unique and timeless tile, natural stone and porcelain countertops, as well as installation materials and keep them in stock,” says Fitzgerald. “Many people don’t realize they can make selections and pick them up the same day.”

Investing in tile doesn’t have to be intimidating. Contempo Tile/Crossville Studios also offers free samples of every tile they carry, so you can see how a specific tile will look in your space before you make your purchase. “Tile is made to last, so don’t be afraid to ask one of our experts for advice,” says Fitzgerald. “We pride ourselves on excellent customer service, so ask us about function, durability and design tips. We can help.”

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Photo courtesy of Contempo Tile and Crossville Studios

“Think about cabinet and countertop choices before finalizing tile. In design, you want everything to be cohesive. There are so many choices with tile, so it is easier to find a tile to complement your cabinet and countertop than the other way around.”—Kevin Fitzgerald, Architectural and Design Representative.

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Kevin Fitzgerald / Architectural and Design Representative

Ask the Expert

What’s Ahead:

Porcelain stone looks are evolving constantly. Technology can now give porcelain stone a satin finish with textured veining. It’s exciting to see how far tile has come.

Excited About:

A century later, the 1920s are still influencing tile design. We love dynamic black and white pairings, unique patterns and using rich earth tones with bright colors.

Fresh Ideas:

Balance your design. If you have a bold floor tile, keep the walls neutral, or vice versa. Being mindful about your finishes will help your space feel fresh.

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Photo courtesy of Contempo Tile and Crossville Studios

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