Ceramic Matrix commercial and residential tile and stone is full-service company serving the South Florida architectural and design communities.
Douglas and Edgar families open the first location in Boynton Beach, Florida. The versatility of colored glazes and variety of patterns coupled with the modularity and standard sizes make ceramic and terra cotta tile flooring an easy fit for various-sized spaces.
As commerce in the area grows, so does the need for statement-making finishes, prompting expansion into a West Palm Beach warehouse. New trends stimulate sales for two new lines of domestic handmade tiles and first generation “speckled” porcelain.
Ceramic Matrix opens its first new showroom in Miami’s prestigious Design District providing commercial tile and stone décor.
Company focus turns to the high-end residential markets. Always on the forefront of trending fashion, Ceramic Matrix offers a diverse selection of distinctive handcrafted products. Domestic brand partnerships are solidified in order to nourish the sophisticated palette of customers requiring quality, upscale tile and stone work.
Product lines are broadened even more. New lines include glass, marble, limestone and porcelain. Strategic relationships are forged with leading international suppliers as Ceramic Matrix begins importing more natural stone and porcelain products.
Company moves into new 50,000-square-foot facility that houses a grand showroom and the corporate offices for Ceramic Matrix.
The first Ceramic Matrix natural stone slab gallery is opened in the West Palm Beach headquarters facility. New, natural stone slabs are promoted and distributed.
State-of-the-art and eighth showroom opens in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Ceramic Matrix becomes a full-service company serving the South Florida architectural and design communities. Services include: professional design support, project management, direct tile and stone sourcing, tile and stone customization. Collections include: Intricate water jet designs, 3D cladding (mounted and carved), exotic stone tiles and slabs, decorated field mosaics