Kertiles started the New Year with two celebrations.

The first, an end-of-the-year holiday soiree, brought the company together for a special night of music, conversation, and of course, paella. The event took place in the parking lot of KER Art Space, where guests could experience the magic of KER Tapas for the first time, a Kertiles Group venture that transforms shipping containers into modern spaces for any venue. Our KER Tapas was used as a contemporary bar space, brightly-lit and elegantly set up.

This preview was just a sneak peek into all that CEO Fernando Jimenez has planned for the year ahead. He gave an inspiring speech to guests, marking 2017 as a successful year for the Kertiles Team, a year of surpassed expectations and accomplished goals—despite Hurricane Irma’s visit to our South Florida coast.


A second feat brought the KER Team into Orlando.

The company participated in the annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, which took place from the 9th to the 11th of January. The team was stationed at our booth with the KER Tapas containers—decked in gorgeous tile samples and showcasing the recent addition to the Kerdecora line, a collection of crafted bathroom vanities. KBIS is a monumental show in the industry, and Kertiles Group was happy and proud to participate again this year. If you missed the show, don’t worry. You can still view these fantastic products by visiting our showroom in person.

As we head into February, we also welcome you to explore our website, which has been fittingly revamped to suit our contemporary company. We will be posting blogs like these every week, event and news announcements in our e-newsletters, and staying-up-to-date on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Houzz.



The trend to watch is in color: whites and greys are simple, functional, and elegant. Using them for interiors can add the appearance of spaciousness. These colors are classic as well as modern, and make the perfect bases to allow other colors stand out. It’s these kinds of tiles that can be used generously throughout your project.

Take a look at the minimalism in this bathroom. The white tiles (Alpine Statuario) are unobtrusive, but not boring. Choosing a textured relief or a subtle pattern allows for an interesting contrast in your project without it being too overwhelming.

If you’re scared of missing out on variety—think again. Greys and whites are perfect for finding just the right tone for your modern setting.