Tile Productions - Handcrafted Stone and Porcelain Mosaic Tile Medallions

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Tile Productions LogoTile Productions is a family owned Florida based company that specializes in the design and fabrication of handcrafted porcelain and natural stone mosaic tile medallions. Tile Productions sells these beautiful handcrafted tile medallions direct to the public at wholesale pricing, offering tremendous savings to the customer. In fact, most of their handcrafted porcelain and stone mosaic tile floor medallions cost less than $500, around half the price you would pay at a traditional tile flooring retailer.

Each mosaic is available in both natural stone and commercial grade porcelain tile and is meticulously crafted and assembled on a mesh backing for easy installation. Once completed, tile medallions are shipped directly from the Tile Productions design studio to your door. Superior packing ensures your mosaic tile medallion arrives safely. Furthermore, the company offers a customer assurance guarantee of a breakage–free arrival as well as a 30–day return policy.

Decorative tile medallions can accent any roomOwner and mosaic artisan, Michael Prachniak, has over 22 years experience in the tile industry as well as a commercial art degree. He founded Tile Productions on the premise of sharing with the world his passion for design interpreted through the medium of porcelain tile and stone. Brought up in a small family tile business that began with his father and grandfather, Michael was taught early on the importance of honest, high–quality work, and friendly customer service. Michael still shares those values with his customers today.

Tile Productions offers a wide selection of natural stone and porcelain mosaic tile medallions but if you would like one of their tile patterns in a different size, color, or stone type they would be happy to accommodate. Furthermore, Tile Productions can create unique custom tile flooring mosaic designs to your exact specifications. Stock mosaic medallion designs take around one week to produce; custom tile floor designs can take up to two weeks.

Sample square tile medallions from Tile Productions in Florida

Tile Productions also offers free helpful advice for anyone needing medallion installation tips. One thing they stress is choosing the right location for your tile floor mosaic. Think of it as a work of art that you want to proudly display. Place the mosaic medallion in a well–lit, obstruction free area to increase visibility and focal impact of your floors. Keep in mind furniture and doormat placement. Allowing adequate empty space around your mosaic will display it properly, avoiding a cramped look on your floors. Also, do not feel limited to installing your new tile mosaic medallion in a ceramic, porcelain, or stone tile floor. Many customers install their medallions in hardwood, laminate, and cement flooring as well.

For good adhesion of your medallion, Tile Productions recommends using polymer modified or epoxy thinset. They also recommend using polymer modified or epoxy grout. Choosing a contrasting grout color will make the individual pieces of the mosaic stand out while using a similar grout color will offer a blended look. Tile Productions suggests using neutral grout colors such as gray or beige for most of their mosaic medallions.

Tile Productions welcomes any questions about their products that you might have. Visit their website to learn more about handcrafted stone and porcelain mosaic tile medallions or to purchase right now at www.TileProductions.com.

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