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Explore the art of tile...

Get inspired by our impressive collection of tile and stone featured in our beautifully and uniquely designed wall and floor vignettes. Our experienced bath & tile professionals will guide you through the product selection process and make recommendations on combinations and configurations to compliment your style in all areas of the home.

Best offers a wide selection of stone tiles, such as marble, travertine, limestone, onyx and slate, as well as porcelain, ceramic, metal and glass tiles.

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Stone

Stone tiles come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and patterns. To learn more about the different types of stone, select the "resources" button above.

Porcelain

Porcelain tiles are some of the strongest tiles on the market. They can be glazed or unglazed and can replicate stone, wood and many other materials. Porcelain has zero absorption, making it ideal for areas with heavy traffic, dirt and other things that can stain. There is very little maintenance with porcelain as compared to stone.

Ceramic

Ceramic tiles are generally referred to as "wall tiles". However, there are certain types of ceramic tiles that can be used on the floor as well. Ceramic tiles can be hand made or machine made and come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.

Glass

Glass tiles come in many different shapes, sizes and colors. The most commonly seen are mosaics, which are small tiles, generally under 2", and come mounted on sheets for easy installation. A newer trend is leaning toward larger field-sized glass tiles, such as 3x6, 4x4 and 6x6.

Ann Sacks

Best is proud to be carrying the beautiful Ann Sacks. Skilled designers and artisans produce all tile that comprises the Ann Sacks Collection in Portland, Oregon, allowing for unprecedented design flexibility. While we only display the Ann Sacks Collection, Savoy and Lucien lines, we are able to order anything from the Ann Sacks catalog.