Centiva featured on I Hate My Bath

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Florence, AL – Centiva’s, Stria was requested by DIY Network’s I Hate My Bath and is being featured in upcoming episodes.

Host Jeff Devlin will help a couple to put style and function back into the space by using the natural architecture of the room to create a better layout. The addition of double vanities, innovative storage ideas, and an interesting Centiva floor cut into a herringbone pattern helped to create a historic style with modern luxury. Stria is a luxury vinyl tile product out of the Centiva Victory Series. It is manufactured in the USA and contains over 50% recycled content.

The first opportunity to view the “Historic Style with Modern Luxury” episode is November 29,2011. Additional time slots are listed in the complete schedule below.

November 29, 2011; 10:30 P.M. (Eastern and Pacific) November 29, 2011; 1:30 A.M. (Eastern and Pacific) December 03, 2011; 6:30 P.M. (Eastern and Pacific)

ABOUT CENTIVA

Centiva is committed to designing and manufacturing internationally recognized flooring products in a world class manner. Our focus is on our customers with whom we work as partners step by step from flooring concept and design through manufacturing and finally to the reuse, sustainability, and recycling of our products.

We are constantly seeking inspiration and challenges to inspire new and original designs, product improvements, cutting applications, and environmentally responsible solutions. We embrace our responsibility to provide uncompromising products with complete integrity and mutual respect for our clients, coworkers, business partners, and neighbors in our local and global communities.

For more information about Centiva, visit www.centiva.com or call 888-CENTIVA. If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Amanda Teyeb at 404-395-1662 or email her at ateyeb@centiva.com. We welcome the opportunity to talk with you.

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