With nearly 30 years in the Indianapolis market, the Daltile showroom in Fishers is welcoming designers, architects, installers and even homeowners into their newly renovated space. Daltile is a manufacturer and distributor of tile products ranging from entry level ceramic tile to unique, exclusive field tiles and accents. Daltile has 7 manufacturing plants in the US (including their state of the art manufacturing plant in Dixon, Tennessee) along with 3 Distribution Centers, and 250 Sales Service Centers. The company manufactures the majority of their products in the U.S. and are expecting their biggest year yet in 2018.
“We are about to launch our largest product lines in years at the end of February,” says branch Manager of Daltile Indianapolis, Matt Knowles. “We are excited to bring these new products that cover the gamut on meeting our customers’ needs – high fashion, innovative style, large format and affordable.”
Trends are all the talk in the design world, but sometimes it’s nice to take a classic look and put a spin on the usage or installation orientation.
“We are always thinking of new ways to showcase products that give our customers and homeowners ideas for their projects,” says Jenn Wilson, Daltile Indianapolis’ showroom designer.
Daltile works with an array of clientele in both the commercial and residential markets.
“We work with designers and architects for specifications on commercial and residential products, along with dealers and installers of tile and flooring,” Knowles adds. “This helps provide the best service and products possible to the end user.”
Daltile’s showroom is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Walk-in’s are welcome, but appointments are strongly encouraged. If you are a homeowner looking for fresh inspiration and products, a designer looking for quality products with that cutting edge design or anywhere in between, make sure to plan your visit to Daltile. For more information call 317-841-0883 or visit Daltile online at daltile.com.
by Courtney Walker
photos by Jamie Sangar