The formal dining room in your house had been overdue for a makeover for years, and this fall you finally got around to giving it a face lift. The new mahogany dining room table and matching chair sets, along with a fresh new paint color and some art on the walls has done wonders, but the biggest difference came from the new Chardonnay Glazed porcelain tile that you installed. The rich tan color with dark veining gave the tile the sophisticated look that you wanted and the glazed finish has just the right amount of shine the catch the sunlight in the afternoons. While you used to avoid the formal dining room, it's now your favorite room in the house, thanks to your new Chardonnay glazed porcelain tile. Best Used For:
Chardonnay Glazed Porcelain can be used anywhere: indoor installations like your bathroom or kitchen walls. Outdoors for walls and ceilings. The glaze portion makes it less slippery than a polished tile so you may use it around wet areas such as bathrooms and kitchens.