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Homeowners are Installing High Definition Porcelain Tiles in Their Homes

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Homeowners have got new flooring solution for their homes. They are installing high definition porcelain tiles and ditching the old ones. These high definition tiles are made of many materials and they look like a real thing in a close-up view. Makers are using high definition inkjet technology to create a variety of designs on porcelain. With the use of inkjet technology, makers are mimicking stone, wood and cement looks on tiles, and the homeowners are choosing them to install in a first glance.

Porcelain tiles are not only available in digitally print with high-resolution patterns to mimic the texture, but they are also available in three-dimensional options. Porcelain tiles also come in antique tiles style, where they mimic the look of marble, granite, limestone, and others. People can select endless shades of colors and patterns in Porcelain tiles to enhance any room in their homes. They also come in lookalikes of wood, concrete, and even fabric. The High definition technology involvement in porcelain tiles is enabling manufacturers to created large lengths and a variety of patterns tiles. Creating tiles with a roller is outdated and overtaken by the high definition technology.

This advanced manufacturing technology has increased the length of tiles up to 72 inches. Variation in tile size is available with some manufacturers. Colors printed on the tiles are not only on the surface area, but are also injected up to suitable depth where they could retain the design for a long period. Porcelain tiles are harder than stones such as granite, but the cost is less than the stone.

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SPOTLIGHT: Sweet vinyl by DREAMOUR

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What happens when two immensely talented visionaries come together to create elegance and ingenuity in a sculptural glass fragranced candle? Dreamour. That is the long and short version of how Dreamour was created. Founded by Karissa Rowe and Neal Klotsman in late September 2022, Dreamour was founded with the goal of creating a luxury fragrance brand that operates at the intersection of functional art in the candle market space.

Rowe, a Parsons School of Design graduate, set out to fill the niche of integrating design in the candle marketplace. Unlike most candle vessels that are mass-produced, Dreamour’s founders desired to prioritize the artisanal craftsmanship of glass in their production processes of the sculptural glass designs. This resulted in a long timeline of sourcing the globe for talented glass artisans who could transform a sketch into a functional and sophisticated candle vessel. Each and every candle vessel is hand-blown, inherently resulting in a one-of-a-kind product and unique experience for the consumer. These functional fragrant candles also act as a piece of décor due to its sculptural and alluring appearance.

Sweet Vinyl, Dreamour’s first candle scent, fills the room with musky & leathery notes combined with earthy notes of vetiver and cypriol, topped with a citrus touch of bergamot and mandarin. The founders worked with master perfumers in Grasse, France, to create a scent that invoked notes of memorable moments, emphasizing high quality ingredients in the fragrances in a soy wax blend. This resulted in candles that consist of clean ingredients, a vegan formula, and is entirely cruelty-free.

It is the personification of the glass blowers’ spirit, the heart of Grasse imprisoned in a bottle, and the narrative of two visionaries that sets Dreamour at the top of the candle market pedestal. Dreamour embodies the sophistication and savior-faire French perfumery as a luxury brand, while being a NYC based brand. Dreamour is currently stocked at Patron of the New in New York, along with other major designer luxury known brands. Rowe and Klotsman are currently expanding their production lines and will drop new fragrances and designs in early 2023. Don’t expect anything ordinary with Dreamour, as they will continue to bring a unique perspective to the marketplace of home fragrances.

To find out more about Dreamour and their newest releases, you may visit the business’s website dreamour.com or follow the company via its Instagram handle @dreamourshop.

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