Crossville launches Multiplier mosaic tile

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Crossville, Tenn.—Crossville, Inc. launched Multiplier, its newest mosaic tile collection. The collection provides traditional sizes and colors for easy floor and wall installations at a value price. According to the company, three colors and three shapes of Multiplier expand design possibilities for commercial and residential spaces.

“Whether a designer wants to incorporate a tried and true mosaic pattern or get adventurous with a more bold application, Multiplier has the right colors and shapes to create with,” said Lindsey Waldrep, vice president, marketing, Crossville. “With all the right elements and an attainable price point, this collection will be a go-to for both commercial and residential projects.”

The collection comes in three essential hues: white, grey and dark grey, each offered in matte or gloss finishes. Multiplier is also available in three mosaic sizes: two-inch squares, two-inch hexagons and ¾-inch penny rounds all mesh-mounted for ease of installation.

According to Crossville, the new collection brings better pricing to floors and walls in commercial and residential settings. The collection is designed for interior floors, interior walls, exterior walls, pool and fountain lining, waterline for pool and fountain and countertops.

The new tile collection accompanies Crossville’s other recently launched collections, the in-side porcelain tile and Portugal porcelain tile collections.

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