Architectural Ceramics

Established in 1983, Architectural Ceramics is a ceramic tile, stone & marble, floor and glass tile supplier located in the Metro DC, Metropolitan areas of Maryland : Baltimore, Bethesda, Rockville. Virginia : Alexandria, Falls Church (for locations).

Tile adds personality, beauty, value and comfort to new homes, renovations and remodels. Browse our showrooms and select from stone, ceramic, porcelain, glass, and metal tile options. See the traditional to transitional.

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Years of Service

Looking for a store that has longevity? Architectural Ceramics has over 40 years of experience in Rockville, Maryland. To get the most from a company, they need to be around before, during, and after the sale. Approximately 50% of Montgomery County companies fail in the first five years. While being new in the Maryland market doesn't always mean a company isn't reliable, being in business for a while means Architectural Ceramics has earned the trust of consumers in Rockville and the surrounding communities since 1983.

Friendly Experts

The friendly experts at Architectural Ceramics will help you find exactly what you need to fit your lifestyle, home decor, and budget. We will consider the area to be decorated, the type of traffic (Kids? Pets?), lighting, colors, and other factors to create a stunning decor. Come and visit our Rockville showroom at 800 East Gude Drive to see, touch and feel the latest styles!

Tile Flooring Specialist in Rockville

Tile Flooring Specialist

If you're shopping for a new tile floor, our experienced and trustworthy professionals are ready to work with you to beautify your home, office or place of business.

Quality Brands

At our Rockville, MD showroom you'll have access to the most extensive collection of products and brands. So, if you’re thinking about changing the decor in your home or office, stop in and speak with our experienced team of professionals.

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