Back on the road again with Today’s Homeowner for their 19th season! I have had the pleasure of being a part of the show for 9 years now! Where has the time gone. Here are a couple of photo hanging out in the Home Depot with Scott, the director, Brad, the cameraman, and Nate, the sound man. Always a blast going down to Mobile to highlight some Best New Products!
One of the things I love about my job is that I get to play around with products in the home improvement/construction industry. Today I have my hands on a fantastic product by LITOKOL. Glass tiles are HUGE for tiling showers, backslashes, pools, fountains, just about anywhere you want to highlight beautiful tiles. But not all setting materials and grouts are equal when you want the absolute best performance, especially in these wet areas.
In this photo I am using Litokol’s Litoelastic setting material. They truly have the best on the market for waterproofing the substrate before placing your tiles. Plus, their Starlike Grout line is in a league all on their own. Mix either the Galaxy, Spotlight or Gold additive to any of the classic or glamour base colors and you will transform your tiling project into something truly spectacular! To see what all you can do with their products, clink HERE!
Looking forward to heading out to Las Vegas next week for the annual Coverings Show. It will run from Tuesday April 29 – May 2nd at the Las Vegas Convention Center. I will be in The Tile Doctor booth, #4070, if you get a chance to stop by. Everything under the sun for Tile and Stone will be on display. Going to be a great time! Hope to see you there!
Well, it has been a long, harsh winter here in Atlanta! I can’t recall one worse than this year’s experience. With March fading quickly, I am ready, ready, ready to get back into the “swing” of things around the house. Making up my spring to-do list conjures up many feelings: good because I feel productive, dread because I hope that what I’ve envisioned for the task doesn’t take on a life of it’s own, thus, complicating mine!, and excitement because this means warmer weather and being outside again is right around the corner! I’m researching some of my old gardening books and want to plot a course for a tiny rose garden…specifically roses that are considered “historic” or “heritage” ones. I’ll keep you posted as my excitement/knowledge grows, pun intended :).