Build: Editor’s Picks

Piceno, a large-format, polished-porcelain tile by Spanish manufacturer Geotiles, conjures the classic look of marble with its subtle, white veining. Available in Crema, Gris, Perla and Marengo, the collection also features accent tiles in a three-dimensional geometric motif.

The knots and grain found in wood planks are replicated in Iris Ceramica’s porcelain-tile Deck collection. The durable, large-format tiles are available in four colorways: Ontano, Platano, Ulivo and Olmo (pictured), and can be installed indoors or out.

Formica’s durable, scratch-resistant, easy-maintenance Writable Surfaces collection offers a stylish and convenient platform for markers or chalk. Available in a range of patterns and hues—from black or white to bright pink—the glossy, laminate sheets can be applied to walls, desktops and more.

Stealth Modules by YesterTec conceal a kitchen’s functional elements—appliances, sinks, fixtures, work stations and more—when not in use. The paneled modules come in an array of sizes and styles. Stealth base-cabinet and island modules are also available.

Porcelanosa’s Seedwood collection of wood-look porcelain tiles includes four lines; the large-format tiles are engineered for durability and water- and scratch-resistance, and can be customized with an anti-slip finish. Available in a wide range of colors at area Porcelanosa locations. Pictured: Vancouver Dark.

Hastings Tile & Bath’s Artisan Ceramics Collection of fixtures and accessories brings fanciful flair to the bath. Minimalist designs are adorned with vivid colors and whimsical patterns. Pictured: the Artisan Tower pedestal basin, ceramic-frame mirror, pendant and floor-mount toilet and bidet, in Swirl.