Basaltina, Sandstone & Urban offer clean, modern look
Arizona Tile offers more winning combinations with two new porcelain tile lines and a contemporary listelle series. The Urban listelle line is offered in a 2”x12” size in four neutral and modern color schemes. As a bonus when visiting the Arizona Tile Listelle Program, you will find a thorough and helpful list of coordinating Arizona Tile products to complement each of the Urban listelle colors.
Basaltina and Sandstone are both rectified porcelain tile series offering a 24”x24” tile, full trim packages and a 2”x2” mosaic. Both of these new porcelain product lines include the gray and taupe shades
which are seen today in cabinetry, on walls and on countertops (Arizona Tile Porcelain and Ceramic
In addition, the Basaltina porcelain series offers the popular 12”x24” size, as well as a stack product
which adds an elegant and modern simplicity to any backsplash design. This product line is offered in
both matte and semi-polished finishes. The Sandstone porcelain series is available in four neutral
hues, including white, in both matte and polished finishes.
In addition to its many porcelain and ceramic products, Arizona Tile offers natural stone slabs and
tiles, glass tiles, glass slabs, and a variety of listelles and decos which can be viewed at
www.arizonatile.com or at one of their beautiful showroom locations (Arizona Tile Showroom
Locations). For easier viewing on your tablet, visit the App Store or Google Play to download the
Arizona Tile app.
About Arizona Tile
Founded in 1977 in San Diego, California, Arizona Tile has grown into a nationally recognized
commercial and residential distributor with more than 25 showrooms throughout seven Western states.
Arizona Tile is one of the largest independently-owned importers of stone in the United States,
offering more than 230 varieties of granite, travertine, onyx, slate, marble and limestone, plus
medallions, porcelain tile and other design creations. Founded by John Huarte, former NFL
player and Heisman Trophy winner, the company is still family-owned after more than 30 years. For
more information about Arizona Tile, visit www.arizonatile