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Adex is a family-owned company with a commitment to craft and customer service. We proudly trace our heritage to our beginnings in 1897 and the original Adex factory in Onda, Castellón, Spain.

We continue to build on that heritage with Adex’s total dedication to the North American market. We bring with us the European traditions of artisan tile-making, backed by our parent company, ADEX, S.L., and inspired by our love for design.

In the 1950s, Adex began exporting to the United States with an exclusive collection of tiles by Spanish artist Salvador Dalí. In 1996, we opened our own distribution facility in Miami, Florida. Since then, we have expanded our offerings to offer the American market multiple product types, styles, finishes and colors that speak to both fashion and function. To provide you with more singular choices, we added porcelain floor tiles and porcelain mosaics to our line. All Adex products work in unison or stand alone to bring dimension, unity and drama to living and work environments. Today, Adex remains a family business, as the fourth generation guides our future in creating new classics and a distinctly American design heritage. We invite you to discover the beauty of Adex.

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  • Adex Hampton Bone, Sand, White
    Hampton

    The magic in this finely crafted tile begins with the crackled glazed surface, which appears aged to perfection. The crackled effect gives each tile a delicate character and an individual mystique. With the Hampton Collection’s versatility, you can tell a story in wide range of decors, from traditional to transitional to minimalist.

  • Adex Neri Bone White
    Neri

    Contemplate the joys of virtually unlimited design possibilities. The Neri Collection will inspire you with four classic neutrals: White, Bone, Black and Celery. Each can be used alone or in endless combinations. Against this exquisitely versatile backdrop, you can easily add any color as a memorable complement or contrast.