$125 for $300 Worth of Tile, Hardwood, Kitchenware, and Bathware at Porcelanosa

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In a Nutshell

European-style design firm enlivens living spaces with stone and ceramic tile, white-oak hardwood, and modern bathroom fixtures

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Expires Apr 3rd, 2013. Limit 1 per household. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Not valid for plumbing fixtures or bath accessories. Not valid with other offers, promotions, or industry discounts. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A well-decorated home is at once stylish and comfortable, much like a dress made of a loved one's hair. Feel warm and fuzzy with this Groupon.

$125 or $300 Worth of Tile, Hardwood, Kitchenware, and Bathware

Add a touch of modern European design to kitchens and baths with hardwood flooring ($6.99–$20.99/sq. ft.), wall and floor tile ($5.75–$12.75/sq. ft.), natural stone mosaics ($10–$30/sq. ft.), and bathroom vanities ($2,000–$5,000 each). Customers who spend more than $1,500 receive an additional 10% off.

Porcelanosa

Porcelanosa’s journey from mom-and-pop design firm to world leader in kitchen and bathware began in 1970 on the Mediterranean coast of Castellon, Spain. Today, the company’s founding family oversees more than 400 showrooms in 70 different countries, exporting the latest in European home design to the rest of the world. Its minimalist, modern designs play on clean lines and muted colors, incorporating elegant accents such natural stone bathtubs or rectified porcelain tile, which mimics the Carrara marble used to build the Pantheon, sculpt Michelangelo's David, and construct the world's first paperweight. Its engineered hardwood flooring draws eyes to smooth planks of white oak in a spectrum of stains, vying for attention against tiled mosaics made of stone, ceramic, or brick.

In addition to turning kitchens and bathrooms into walk-in works of art, Porcelanosa adheres to its founding principles of care for the environment and reducing ecological impact throughout its production chain, using water recycling and gas-burning technologies at its plants to reduce its carbon footprint.

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