Daltile launches Sleigh Creek collection

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Sleigh CreekDallas—Daltile launched its new Sleigh Creek collection of beautiful wood look porcelain tiles.

According to Daltile, its new collection brings the comfort and timeless look of hardwood to any space. The realistic wood look is achieved by combining an authentic wood visual with six popular wood tones on a hard-wearing tile surface. Sleigh Creek offers classic 6  x 36 plank tiles and coordinating 8-inch hexagon floor tiles. Both the plank and the hexagon tiles feature the visuals and texture of wood graining, chatter marks and natural knots for the ultimate in hardwood design.

“Sleigh Creek is truly a worry-free wood look,” said Laura Grilli, director of product design for Dal-Tile Corporation. “Unlike natural hardwood, Sleigh Creek is a long lasting, scratch-resistant, fade-proof, waterproof and dent-proof option that’s perfect for kitchen and bathroom installations.”

The six colors that make up the assortment are light to dark taupe-based browns, ranging from an ashy off-white to a medium pecan hue. According to Daltile, this collection is a fresh take on a classic look with all of the attributes of porcelain tile.

View collection here.

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