Crossville launches Nest porcelain tile collection

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Crossville, Tenn.–Crossville, Inc. has introduced its Nest porcelain tile collection. The domestically produced, wood-look line is inspired by the authentic graining of Olive and American Oak species and offers a beautiful, durable alternative to real wood for both floors and walls.

“Nest takes the style of wood-look tile to a more refined and sophisticated level—a great alternative to the appearance of reclaimed timber,” said Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville’s vice president of marketing. “And we’ve included a selection of sizes and options that give designers lots of creative solutions for even challenging projects.”

Nest comes in seven soothing, neutral colors, with each hue interpreted in both Olive and American Oak graining. The range of colors offered in two unique grains invites mixing and matching for the creation of customer patterns on floors, as well as walls.

Field tile size options are 6”x36”, 8” x 36”, and 3”x15”. Additionally, parquet-inspired mosaics, mesh-mounted on 12” x 12” sheets, are suited for shower pan use or can be combined with the planks sizes for stunning floor patterns. Bullnose and cove base trim allow for beautifully completed installation.

As with all products produced at Crossville’s Tennessee manufacturing facilities, Nest is made using third-party certified, sustainable processes, is GreenSquared certified, and contains a minimum 4% recycled content. Nest is recommended for interior surfaces in commercial and residential settings.

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