Imagine Tile, Daltile announce partnership
Through this partnership, architects and interior designers will have even greater access to Imagine Tile’s patented glazing technology.
Imagine Tile, which uses high-resolution imagery on commercially rated ceramic tile, recently announced its partnership with Daltile, manufacturer of ceramic, porcelain, glass, metal and natural stone tile products. This exclusive partnership will expand both companies’ offerings, distribution and relationships within the New York architecture and design community, as well as feature Imagine Tile’s stock and custom product offerings in Daltile’s NYC showroom.
“We are pleased to join forces with such a prestigious and well-known brand,” said Christian McAuley, owner of Imagine Tile. “Our company thrives on developing creative environments through our products, andwe look forward toourcontinued collaboration and success within the design world.”
Through this partnership, architects and interior designers will have even greater access to Imagine Tile’s patented glazing technology, creating tiles that can feature any color, finish or high-resolution image. This process also develops a tile that is durable, commercially rated and sustainable, making Imagine Tile’s customizable products suitable for the development of branded and themed environments in high-traffic residential, commercial or hospitality areas.
“Daltile’s interest in Imagine Tile products was piqued due to their rare, customizable tiles and unique glazing process that makes them durable enough for floor installation,” said Laura Skeeters, commercial sales representative and Manhattan Gallery store manager at Daltile.“Imagine Tile also has a unique manufacturing system that allows for them to receive and create smaller orders, allowing a large-scale distributor, such as Daltile, to tap into parts of the market it couldn’t before.”
Imagine Tile’s customizable products and unique capabilities, matched with Daltile’s reach within the architecture and design community, will allow for both companies to create new client relationships and provide a more advanced offering.This exclusive agreement will be rolled out in the Illinois and New Jersey markets as well.