IWT adding new series to Tesoro brand

September 05, 2013
Tesoro Headline

Tesoro’s Headline.

Palm City, Fla.—Adding to its already strong range of product lines, International Wholesale Tile (IWT) is introducing two new porcelain product series to the marketplace: The Headline Series by Tesoro and the Manhattan Series also by Tesoro. Headline is an high-end, durable, striking vein-cut marble look porcelain. Offered in sizes 18 x 18, 12 x 24, 6 x 24, 12 x 12, 6 x 6 and 3 x 6 and 2 x 2 mosaic 12 x 12 sheets, it also includes a 3 x 12 floor bullnose. The Headline series will be available in four diverse colors: Chronicle Taupe, Herald Ivory, Observer Beige and Tribune Gray.

Presented as a modern marble style series, the Manhattan porcelain tile line brings an element of contemporary style to floors and walls. This series offers three colors to compliment any décor, Beige, Café and Sky. The series is available in 20 x 20, 13 x 13, 10 x 14 polished wall, 2 x 2 mosaic 13 x 13 sheets, 3 x 13 floor bullnose and 2 x 10 polished wall bullnose.

IWT also plans on offering approximately eight more lines throughout the rest of 2013.

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