Crossville launches porcelain tile collection

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Crossville, Tenn.–Crossville Inc. has launched Oceanaire, a porcelain tile collection designed to capture the appearance of sea- and sand-swept natural stone. According to the company, the line is notable for its multidirectional striations interpreted in five gradient color options and a range of versatile size options—including large formats and a mosaic option.

“This line is inspired by the vast scenery associated with the ocean, but it really comes to life in its details and subtlety,” said Lindsey Waldrep, vice president of marketing for Crossville. “Striations coming from every direction, nuanced color options—the look takes you beachside.”

Oceanaire’s color options offer an earthen palette that ranges from lighter to darker tones. Each color comes in both unpolished and honed finishes. Field tile size options for Oceanaire are 24 x 24, 12 x 24, 18 x 36 and 6 x 36. The line offers a 4 x 24 bullnose as well.

Oceanaire is suitable for commercial and residential interior floors, walls, countertops, and exterior walls in both residential and commercial applications.

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