Happy Floors launches Limerock limestone-look tile

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Miami, Fla.—Happy Floors introduced its new tile collection: Limerock. The rectified, full body porcelain line is a traditional stone-look with a modern design.

“As is true with many of our collections, Limerock’s original inspiration came from a well-loved natural stone—in this case, Limestone,” said Peter Pasterski, vice president of sales. “Each time limestone is split it creates a unique visual. By applying this organic variation to Limerock, we’ve created a product with stunning realism.”

Porcelain, being naturally strong, means that Limerock also mirrors limestone’s durability, according to the company. Unlike limestone, however, Limerock’s veining is designed with an elegant, subtle sheen that adds a subdued glow to spaces. It is available in four nature-inspired, neutral colors, all of which are designed to provide a beautiful backdrop to the tiles sedimentary patterning. It is available in two large format field tiles: 30 x 60 and 30 x 30, a 12 x 24 field tile, 3 x 24 bullnose trims and mosaics in a 2 7/8 x 7/8 herringbone shape and a 2 x 2 square, providing a range of solutions for imaginative spaces.

Limerock is suitable for all interior spaces, residential and commercial projects and wall and backsplash applications.

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