Our tile was featured in the article, Design Renaissance: Patterned Cement Tiles Are Reborn. As a cover photo, the used a fantastic shot from one of our Tacoliscious projects. Also in the slider is a picture from The Reserve.
Restaurateur Joe Hargrave [...] happened upon Lundy Wilder of Villa Lagoon Tile. Working with Lundy was "like a dream," Hargrave says, and she has since designed custom tiles for Tacolicious's third and fourth locations.
Villa Lagoon Tile's cement tile was featured in Fine HomeBuilding's "Kitchen & Baths" special edition, Winter 2012. Read more here.
Our Salamanca tile was used in the "Pot O' Gold Bathroom" episode of the make-over show "I Hate My Bath", airing on DiY Network and HGTV. See photos and read more in our blog post: "A Wall of Wonderful on DiY and HGTV".
Our tile was featured in a Bob Vila website blog post: "Encaustic Tile Makes a Comeback".
The home make-over show "Kitchen Crashers" featured our La Espanola tile, airing on DiY Network and HGTV. Read more in our blog post: "Cement Tile Makes a Big Splash on TV"
Our exclusive "Havana Cantina" tile was selected for a kitchen style arrangement in the print edition of Better Homes and Gardens, Kitchen and Bath Ideas. The style guide appeared on page 20.
Our Patchwork Tile made an appeareance on Apartment Therapy, when they featured one of our Chicago clients in the feature, "Lynette & Cameron's Two Story Loft".
The UK publication "World of Interiors" featured architect Roberto Peregalli's home in Tangiers. After examining and photographing a a sample tile for their article, they pointed to Villa Lagoon Tile as the modern source for the antique cement tile in his entranceway.
Our "Surf Agua" tile was featured among green flooring "Objects of Desire" in the Home Portfolio August 2009 Newsletter.
Nice mention in the Apartment Therapy Tile Vault. They praised several of our original coastal series patterns as "tiles that inspire a relaxing, far-away feeling".
Cement tile was featured on the cover of Tile Dealer Magazine with the article, "Taking a New Look at Cement Tile: One of the Newest Tile Trends is One of the Industry's Oldest Products". Our founder and lead designer, Lundy Wilder, was cited as a source.