Crossville launches Cursive wall tile collection

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Crossville, Tenn.—Crossville has launched the Cursive porcelain wall tile collection. This new product line is notable for its range of eclectic shapes and vibrant color offerings.

“We’re already excited to see what designers will create with this really inventive wall tile collection,” explained Lindsey Waldrep, vice president of marketing, Crossville. “We filled this line with so many exciting, customizable options that will empower designers to create spaces as unique as their personal handwriting.”

The selection of shapes and sizes makes Cursive a standout collection. Tiles are available in 3 x 6-inch and 3 x 12-inch rectangles, 6-inch squares, 6-inch triangles as well as 4-inch circles and 2-inch demilunes. Coordinating corner options are available to frame the circles and demilunes. Additionally, a 1½ x 6-inch trim piece with finished edges on short and long sides completes the bold offering.

Cursive’s nine color options include Iris, Goldenrod, Rose Gold, Ghost, Smoke, Charcoal, Soft Teal, Old Denim and Oxblood. Each hue is interpreted with a handmade appearance and watercolor effect around the edges, achieving nuanced effects across the range of trending light and dark colors.

“Today, designers and property owners are looking for extreme personalization in interior design,” Waldrep said. “Cursive certainly answers this trend with its nearly endless options for customization. It’s fun to imagine designers creating walls so unique there may be no look-alike.”

Crossville’s Cursive wall tile collection is suited for interior walls in commercial and residential settings.

For more information, visit crossvilleinc.com

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