Do you love That 70s Show, but hate the set’s décor? Before you cringe at the thought of shag rugs, campy colors, and other dated 70s décor, consider our contemporized version of wood paneling that is perfect for today and for tomorrow. You can even consider alternating the direction of the grain per tile for added interest, or install the individual tiles at different depths for a 3-D effect.
The 70s wood panels got a bad reputation for being dark and gloomy, so if you would prefer to try something new, simply keep the woodsy look underfoot without making your home feel rustic. The Bay Bridge ceramic tile collection fuses the beauty of natural wood with the technological advances of fabric and concrete to create a unique and contemporary new look. Its durable designs mimic the natural and irregular patterns of wood grain, fabric weaves and stained concrete. The Bay Bridge ceramic tile collection is made specifically for high traffic areas, unlike natural wood, cloth, or even concrete. These tiles withstand high moisture too, so you can safely bring back the fondue pot at your next macramé party!
Forget those horribly outdated vertical panels. Daltile’s ceramic Bay Bridge collection is available solely in contemporary oversized rectangles: 6x24, 12x12, 12x24, and 24x24 inch tiles. There is no way you can slip back to the 70s with such a refined color palette. Every shade mimics natural wood tones, ranging from a beachy Vista beige to a more muted Ashwood grey, and a timber-reminiscent Trestle toffee tone.