Material Monday

From Creative Materials Corporation


Inspired by the contemporary nature of resin, its surface has a soft and light structure in a range of neutral colors.

When you think of a poured resin floor, it tends to be very smooth; this resin tile places emphasis on a slightly rougher finish, they didn’t smooth out the trowel marks, they kept them to give a sculptural quality to the tile. As you look across the field of tile, it creates subtle movement as the light reflects off the troweled surface.

Another great feature of all Landmark collections is their coordinating cove base. It’s unusual to find a manufacturer that has cove base for all of their collections. Landmark even has a cove base for their wood looks, that’s unicorn rare.


Vision’s color palette has a great range of grays, it starts with Dove, which has a cream with gray undertones, then it jumps to Pearl (probably one of my all time favorite colors), then there’s Concrete and finally it’s darkest color, Dark. For those of you who are tired of grays, there is a soft Taupe and a chocolaty brown, Moka. Vision is a great minimalist aesthetic, it can work in a variety of applications; lobbies, kitchens, bathrooms. I used Pearl in our new Boston office kitchen.


Aesthetic: Resin
Size: 12″x24″, 24″x24″
Location: Domestic
Application: Floor and Wall