Mediterranea introduces Bayside series

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The tile design artisans at Mediterranea have taken high-tech design of porcelain tile to the next level with pioneering a new series targeted squarely at the American marketplace.  Welcome to Bayside — a perfect combination of cement and stone that features cutting-edge design, yet has mass-market appeal.

Bayside is designed for the new age we live in, delivering a clean, more minimalist look sought after by architects and designers while offering a totally unique blend of graphics and colors that are poised to be volume sellers in the U.S. market.  Utilizing Dynamic HD Imaging inkjet technology to replicate cement and stone graphics, Mediterranea blends these two essential elements into one porcelain tile product, delivering a look never before seen in designer showrooms or grand estates.

Featuring color-body composition and fully rectified for elegant, precision installations, Bayside is available in both 12″ x 24″ and 8″ x 48″ sizes, and in four stunning colors — Camel, Pearl, Pewter and Tobacco.  Add to that specially designed mosaic strips in a 12″ x 24″ sheet-mounted size and 1″ x 2″ mosaics, and you have everything needed for a truly unique and original design.

Like no other series to date, Bayside unites the essential looks of cement and stone.  It is a new line for the American marketplace that delivers the quality and innovation expected from Mediterranea.

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