Interior Design Toronto - Spotlight on Ciot
Today's Interior Design Toronto store spotlight focuses on Ciot…..one of Toronto's premier retailers of Natural Stone (Granite, Limestone, Marble, Onyx, Quartz, Quartzite, Semi-Precious Stone, Slate, Concrete, Pyrolithic Stone), Ceramic, Porcelain Stoneware, mosaic (also custom-made mosaics from Ciot Studio)
Ciot has showrooms in: Montreal, Toronto, Quebec City, Laval, Brossard, Vaughan, Detroit, New York.
Ciot has been in business since 1950, starting out as a fabrication shop, so they really know the transformation of stone inside and out. Throughout the years they have built a strong international network of suppliers allowing them to offer breadth and depth in all of their product categories.
There is no one “Ciot look”; with their wide variety of products and high level of personal experience, Ciot reps focus exclusively on their customers’ unique needs and tastes, helping them complete a project that exceeds their expectations.
What makes Ciot unique?
In their own words….
Ciot is a family owned and operated company, and we never forget our roots. Ciot is all about passion, and we hope that all those who use our products from the home owner to the largest hotel chain love the space they created and that the execution was as seamless as possible.
What's new in store?
Ciot was recently awarded the Hard Rock Hotel project in New York, a two-year project.
They are also opening their first location in Europe, with an office in Carrara, Italy to secure sourcing of local material and sales of Exclusive Ciot materials in the largest marble market in the world.
Plans for the future
Ciot is constantly growing just to keep up with demand in their existing markets. They are building a new 55,000 sq.ft. slab showroom in Detroit set to open at the end of 2018 and a new 40,000 sq.ft. warehouse and 23,000 sq.ft. showroom in Atlanta that will be inaugurated in 2019.
In addition, Ciot’s showrooms in Vaughan, Montreal and Mississauga will be expanding to accommodate and display new materials, including wood starting in 2019.