Ege Seramik unveils Salvador wall tile collection

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Norcross, Calif.—Ege Seramik’s new Salvador collection is a large format wall tile replicating natural stone and accented with classic art deco tiles.

“Our designers have witnessed a revival of art deco designs and colors,” said Alp Er, general manager at Ege Seramik. “Brass, gold and steel tones mixed with luxury items used as insets such as marble are becoming wildly popular. Our new collection brings all of this together.”

The Salvador collection consists of 24 x 48 fully polished, rectified wall tiles, which are complemented with 13 x 39 decorative tiles in four unique designs and colors. Both field and decorative wall tiles are manufactured with the same state-of-the-art equipment and printing capabilities, providing the utmost in durability, maintenance and overall beauty, the company said.

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