Daltile expands Unity collection

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UnityDallas, Texas—Daltile added a new color to its popular Unity porcelain tile collection. The addition of the new color “Taupe” rounds out the Unity collection to now offer three warm and three cool colors.

“Although suitable for both residential and commercial use, Unity has historically been a favorite go-to assortment for our commercial customers,” said Whitney Welch, vice president of commercial sales, Daltile Corporation. “These contemporary neutrals make up a well-though-out, curated assortment, making it easy for our customers to quickly select the right colors for their projects.”

Unity’s foundational color palette expresses itself through on-trend concrete visuals and features an assortment of polished, unpolished and textured options and coordinates with select trims such as bullnose, cove base and cove base outcorner. Unity is suitable for interior floor, wall and countertop as well as exterior floor applications.

The collection is offered in 24 x 24, 12 x 24 and 12 x 12 tile sizes as well as 12 x 12 modern linear mosaics. The inclusion of proprietary Tru-Edge rectified tile edges creates a seamless unified look, especially in large areas. This double-load porcelain tile is produced with micropowders, making it is one of the toughest tiles available, according to Daltile.

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