Happy Floors adds Etna porcelain

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Happy Floors EtnaMiami, Fla— Happy Floors has launched its new concrete-look tile collection: Etna. The rectified porcelain line has an elegant finish that aims to add an air of sophistication to any room.

“Concrete-look designs, once used in industrial décor, have become a popular look in a wide range of design aesthetics,” said Peter Pasterski, vice president of sales. “With Etna we are introducing refinement to this popular look.”

Like the snow-capped peaks of Mount Etna, Happy Floors’ Etna collection has a soft texture. According to the company, its hints of elegance are a surprising addition to the world of concrete-looks that are most known for being cool and trendy.

Each of its four neutral colors—Marfil, Perla, Gris and Marengo—add to the tile’s visual intrigue. It is available in sizes 12 x 24, 24 x 24, 24 x 48, 2 x 2 mosaics and hexagon mosaics.

Etna is suitable for all interior spaces, residential and commercial projects.

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