AO launches Clay Canvas collection

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Clay Canvas collectionDallas, Texas—American Olean (AO) launched its new Clay Canvas collection, a versatile stone look ColorBody porcelain floor tile.

“Clay Canvas embodies a minimalistic design and delivers lasting durability with five monochromatic colors available in both matte and polished finishes,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design for Dal-Tile Corporation. “Offering design versatility, this collection truly meets the functionality demands of commercial installations but also delivers a clean and sleek style to residential spaces.”

On trend in both color and size, Clay Canvas features 12 x 24 or 24 x 24 tiles in a color range that includes whites, blues and grays. The large format tiles utilize the proprietary technologies of TrueEdge and Reveal Imaging to maximize the aesthetic presentation of the collection’s medium shade variation hues, according to AO.

Clay canvas is designed to fit for floor, wall and countertop use. Because it features ClimatePro, it is a tile that won’t freeze, fade or crack due to cold weather, making it suitable for indoor use or vertical applications for outdoor spaces, according to AO. The tile is waterproof, slip-resistant, stainproof, dentproof and scratch resistant, AO added. The inclusion of SimpliClean is designed to make is easy to clean with just a broom, vacuum or wet mop.

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