Ege Seramik unveils Icon, Nest collections

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Norcross, Ga.—Ege Seramik’s latest glazed porcelain tile collections—Icon and Nest—feature both matte and glossy finishes on the surface of each individual tile. State-of-the-art printing technology combined with meticulous design craftsmanship have merged, allowing the new collections to give the illusion of a textured tile incorporating a blend of both finishes, according to Ege Seramik. The result is a one-of-a-kind tile range that reacts to light differently throughout the day, the company added.

“Our design team always has its finger on the pulse of on-trend designs,” said Alp Er, general manager, Ege Seramik. “Both the Icon and the Nest collections are veritable celebrations of that commitment to our customers and our customers’ customers. This new printing technology takes our capabilities to a whole new level, pushing the limits of design.”

These 24 x 48 tiles offer a strong and highly unique design statement for any installation, and are suitable for both wall and floor applications. Both collections create an ever-changing design pattern composed of shapes connected by a color-complementing simulated grout line. The world’s latest manufacturing processes ensure this collection of its strength and durability while bringing new, contemporary tile design opportunities to the forefront of the industry, the company said.

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