Crossville debuts Convergence glass mosaic tile collection

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Crossville, Tenn.—Crossville has launched Convergence, the brand’s latest glass mosaic tile collection. The new wall line offers the look of end-grain wood captured in rich, jewel tones and cast in polished glass mosaics.

Convergence comes in eight vibrant colors: Pearl, Chardonnay, Sepia, Pigeon, Orchid, Indigo, Currant and Peacock. These luxe hues are heightened thanks to the glass casting, creating a naturally sophisticated effect with a lustrous sheen. The 4 x 4 mosaics, mesh-mounted on 12 x12 sheets, are suited for use on interior walls in wet or dry applications, in commercial or residential settings.

“We’re excited to see Convergence usher in new opportunities for designers to boldly tap into their individual styles,” explained Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville’s vice president of marketing. “The mosaics’ melding of bio-mimicry with an artistic splash and fun range of colors is sure to result in some incredible wall tile designs.”

Convergence is the latest addition to Crossville’s program to support The Common Thread for the Cure, the nonprofit organization uniting the interior design and furnishings industry in the battle against breast cancer. A percentage of the proceeds from each sale of Convergence will be donated to fund Helping Hand Grants that provide practical assistance to those facing the struggles of breast cancer.

For more information, visit crossvilleinc.com and commonthread.info.

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