Stunning Surfaces

Formica . The company is celebrating its 100th anniversary with the release of 12 laminate patterns that reflect the brand's history.

Formica. The 12 patterns are featured in four collections: Ellipse, Endless, Dotscreen (shown), and Halftone. Learn more  here.

Cambria. The only family-owned, American-made producer of quartz surfaces displayed a wide array of designs on the show floor. More here.

Ann Sacks. Handcrafted in Portland, this Modern stoneware tile is designed to enhance vertical surfaces with crisp geometry and artisan glazes.

Ann Sacks. The Modern collection comes in 15 colors and 11 patterns, offering unlimited design options for vertical walls. Learn more  here.

Caesarstone. The company's booth highlighted its new quartz colors for 2013, a rich array of natural tones that complement this year's trends. More here.

DuPont Corian. This solid surfacing offers versatility in both color and design. More here.

Florida Tile. The PietraArt Bliss line fuses stone and glass, blending travertine, granite, and marble with glass colors in two mosaic sizes. More here

Graniti Fiandre. The Fiandre Precious Stones collection, including Malachite (shown) was an eye-catcher on the show floor. The ceramic material is made with a resinating process to maintain shine and gloss. More here.

Robern. Utilizing the latest in printing technology, this new Digital Wood collection brings the warmth of wood to the bathroom in an easy-to-maintain surface.

Robern. Designers used 46 square feet of six wood species to create the high-definition Digital Wood scans. More here.

Silestone. The new matte-finish Suede quartz surfacing is soft to the touch and has bacteriostatic properties built in. More here.

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