Daltile Colorbody Porcelain tiles, Ceramic tile and more
Daltile specializes in tile: simple as that. Their product line ranges from Ceramic tile to Outdoor (exterior) tiles to Quartz Tiles and more. Some of their well-known colorbody porcelain designs include Reflective elements, Cliff Pointe, Metro Leather and much more.
Some of Daltile's ceramic tile product lines include mettalurgy, La Marque, Innova, Incan stones and much more. If you are looking to place tile in your home, whether it be indoors or outdoors, consider Daltile as your tiling provider.
I need Devonshire Pale Rose 12X12 ceramic tile DV42. You show you have it at $1.99 per sq.ft. How do I order it? by Robert Garrett posted on Monday, October 03, 2011
devonshire wall tile
Hi Iam looking for devonshires wall tile that you have in your webpage info: $2.06 per sq. ft. for Daltile Devonshire, Wall Tile, White, 9" x 12" x 0.313", 15 pc/box by aleida garcia posted on Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Daltile Ridgeview beige 12x12
I need 4 of these tiles. What is the smallest amount that you could sell?
Any insight would be appreciated. by Adam posted on Saturday, April 20, 2013
Devonshire Pale Rose 12"x12"
I will be ordering the Devonshire Pale Rose, 6"x6" and Devonshire Light Blue, 6"x6" at 2,200 pieces each or a total of 4,400 pieces. Can you send me quotation so that our company will prepare the necessary documents for the purchase.
Thank you by Robin Domingo posted on Thursday, October 23, 2014
Daltile Calabria 12 X 12 Biscotti CB02 12121P
Not a review. I realize that this tile has been discontinued. A local contractor installed the tile for me, and the tile has cracked and must be replaced. I need the Daltile Calabria 12 X 12 Biscotti CB02 12121P. I need approximately 60 square feet.
Please let me know if you have this tile available and the price.
Best regards- John Brown 203-746-6992 by John Brown posted on Monday, January 12, 2015
the gift that keeps
the gift that keeps giving I just love that psarhe. Mister CDE, the man who likes to use the word libel a lot but for that he will have to prove what is true and what is false. Will be a tough call considering his inability to separate fact from fiction. by Afen posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
Weird, my article on
Weird, my article on the guy is in the top five you get if you sacerh for his name, and I am still yet to have received anything from him. CDE seemingly only threatens those he thinks he can get at in China. by Trini posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
I am totally seeucdd
I am totally seeucdd by pretty covers and I have my own standards, of course (we all do), of what that means. I also suffer from "cover envy" when I troll the historical fiction blogs and see all the covers for the upcoming releases and find myself pointing to several and saying to myself "I wish that were my cover," or "I hope the art department at my publisher comes up with something this [fill in the word or phrase] "eye catching/dramatic/gorgeous"]"I always hope my cover will "pop" in a busy bookstore and will catch a reader's eye from across the store. I think yours will -- the color palette is very different and that will make it stand out. by Jitendra posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
That's a beautiful c
That's a beautiful cover--tastefully sexy and deiefrfnt. (I swear, if this trend of "woman randomly lifts skirt to bare leg to the thigh" doesn't end soon--and lately it's not even necessarily part of a clinch or a seductive bedroom pose. It's just, "La, la, la, here I am walking across the moors, baring my whole thigh, la la la.")This is a timely topic, because I'm in the middle of filling out the cover art info sheet for my April release. For which I shall now go offer sacrifices to the cover gods against random thigh-barage. by Santosh posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
LOVE your cover, Iso
LOVE your cover, Isobel and can't wait to see it ON THE SHELVES!! The colors draw the eye and I love the way it is set, the muted bdcoarkp, etc.I have to admit a great front cover WILL make me pick the book up and read the back cover. I've seen a few retro 70's / 80's historical romance covers lately that have done nothing for me. What exactly DOES one sacrifice to the cover gods in the hope of winning an eye catching cover such as yours? I hope to need that information for future reference one day. by Yosef posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
The baby will adjust
The baby will adjust with time. I know that is not what you want to hear, trust me I have a 17 month old and a 12 day old, and my 12 day old LOVES slienepg ALL day no matter how loud we are and how bright the lights are. Then at night time when the lights are off and there is no noise, she likes to be awake -=sighs=-. I know this will pass but it is hard! Most babies adjust by week 6. Just keep it louder during the day and talk to him during feedings/changings and then at night don't talk, etc. by Abu posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
Leslie, I totally ha
Leslie, I totally have cover envy. I think we all do. Someone else ALWAYS seems to have your dream cover. Susanna, I'm with you on the leg thing. I'm also detusrbid by the random slits in period gowns that would be necessary to display some of the legs I see on covers. *shakes head*Louisa, I'm guessing the proper sacrifice is your youth and sanity. by Jin posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
Brilliant and inspir
Brilliant and inspiring stuff, both the yeyeerstar and today's strip. I especially love the use of color in the yeyeerstar strip. In many strips it's just there because it's Sunday, but in this strip it really carries the storyline.Merry Christmas and may your 2008 be so wonderful that it makes 2007 look like a roadside dog turd. Cheers! by Delphine posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
does your little guy
does your little guy have red hair? I'm nalery 28 weeks along and the hubs has red hair so I'm guessing our little girl will too! by Teresa posted on Friday, September 18, 2015
My bestie was in a b
My bestie was in a boot for 9 mtnohs. She even had to stand up in her sisters wedding as the MOH in the boot. Although she bought a lot of dresses that year and one night in a trendy LA club, some moron walked up to her admiring her footwear. No joke, he thought it was a new trendy shoe! by Prasanth posted on Saturday, November 14, 2015
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hahahah Paulo, quand
hahahah Paulo, quando li isso pensei: NÃ20;82£o era o Paulo que falava, era o meu pai”. E o Paulo, para zoar, toda vez que passava em Japeri falava: esse aÃ se deu mal!!! rsrsrsrsr by Brandilyn posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
While Facebook now a
While Facebook now allows you to choose your own username, with 200 million people on it, not everyone will get the one they want so it;8&217#s good to keep this in your arsenal. by Chuck posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
obviously like your
obviously like your web-site but you need to take a look at the spelling on several of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling issues and I in finding it very trumslebooe to tell the truth on the other hand Iâ€™ll surely come again again. by Easter posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
What a cute post - t
What a cute post - the book looks fab, too. Congrats to Lynn. And do;&93#nt even get me started on bad hair days. One word: crimping. by Tyya posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
Rekmraable things he
Rekmraable things here. I’m very satisfied to see your post. Thank you a lot and I am taking a look forward to contact you. Will you please drop me a e-mail? by Heloise posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
OH THANK YOU, THANK
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no that is not a hea
no that is not a healthy weight at all if you do get that size make sure you follow up with a caliiorogdst because you won’t be living too long. you could probably stand to get up to close to 200 but that is as far as you should go. totally unhealthy really. by Jaycee posted on Saturday, January 21, 2017
Daltile Ridgeview Rust ?
Do you have Daltile Ridgeview Rust in 18x18 or 12x12? I'm really wanting 18x18 but will settle for 12x12. Needing 150 sq ft to be shipped to my home in San Antonio, TX 78253. Could you provide full quote including shipping & delivery? by Celia Martel posted on Sunday, January 07, 2018
I need about 20 12x12" tiles of Passaggio-Sorano brown PA32. Do y'all carry it? Please respond. by Annette Escobar posted on Thursday, January 23, 2020