Hastings Tile & Bath was producing pavers since 1885, so it was only natural to pave our way indoors in the 1970s with the creation of the Hastings Tile collection. Sourced from artisans in Italy and other European countries and used in residential and commercial projects, the collections are renowned for their unique designs and luxury aesthetic.
Hastings’ glass tiles are as versatile as they are beautiful. Hastings works with factories in Italy and other European countries whose designers produce glass in matte and glossy finishes, textures, back-painted or translucent, even a wood-look version. There are hundreds of colors, designs and patterns available. Glass tiles are much more durable than people realize and Hastings’ tiles can be seen in small and large format decorative spaces. Large formats up to 3′ x 3′ are available.
More durable than ceramic because it is fired at a higher temperature, porcelain tiles are an excellent choice for walls, floors and countertops. All of Hastings’ porcelain tiles are Italian-designed and imported, and many are rated for public and outdoor usage. Large format tiles are available up to 94″ x 31″. Thinner and lighter porcelain tiles are also available in large formats.
Working directly with designers and artisans from Italy as well as stateside, Hastings’ ceramic tile collections offer creative decorative solutions for interior use in multiple sizes, shapes and colors.
Hastings’ specialty tile collections are comprised of very unique shapes, sizes, textures and can be produced in many materials. 3D-relief patterns, organic and geometric shapes have all been used in residential or commercial/hospitality projects. If you want a drop dead gorgeous lobby wall or eye-catching residential interior, specialty tiles are the way to go.
Hastings mosaic tiles have high visual appeal: their reflective luminous style creates an extra glow in any setting. Available in glass, ceramic and porcelain, mosaics can be used anywhere and for almost any commercial, hospitality or residential space: pools, spas, entire bathrooms, kitchen backsplashes, fountains, lobbies and outdoor kitchens.
Have you ever gone into a bath showroom and been confused by the display of faucets lined up on a wall with no real coherent design theme? It’s no wonder people tend to default to basic designs – these types of displays can be overwhelming and exhausting. And once you’ve chosen a faucet, you then have to think about the vanity and the flooring and ...