Marazzi launches Treverksoul collection

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Dallas, Texas—Marazzi has launched its new Treverksoul collection, an assortment of wood-look, glazed porcelain tile.

“Our new Treverksoul was inspired by antique parquet floors, and it attractively revives an aesthetic from the past,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design for Dal-Tile Corporation. “The new collection presents an aristocratic soul mixed with a contemporary feel. Treverksoul mimics realistic hardwood visuals, offering authentic knot designs and grainline variations. It also offers a distinct chevron shape filled with rich color and shade variation to bring movement and artistry to a space.”

Treverksoul is available in a 4 x 21 plank size in neutral, brown and grey. The proprietary printing, Reveal Imaging, used in creation of the new tile assortment produces realistic color, detail and veining that is unique, for a look that’s virtually indistinguishable from the hardwood being emulated, the company said.

Additional proprietary technologies used in Treverksoul empower Marazzi to combine high-definition printing “with texture” on the tile for looks that are the ultimate of realism, according to Marazzi. Treverksoul’s realistic designs, the company said, add the beauty and style of wood to a space while still offering the benefits of tile such as durability, cleanability and high-performance.

Treverksoul is suitable 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. The matte finish tile is said to be waterproof, slip-resistant, stainproof, dentproof and scratch-resistant, and the inclusion of SimpliClean means that it is easy to clean with just a broom, vacuum or wet mop, Marazzi said.

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