Ege Seramik debuts new subway tiles

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Ege SeramiksNorcross, Ga.—Subway tiles will never go out of style—their rectangular, timeless shape combined with strength and durability will always be on-trend, according to Ege Seramik.

Ege Seramik’s Diamante Series I is taking these classics one step further; adding a slight relief and a high gloss finish to play with light.

The Diamante Series is sized 4 x 12 and is available in 10 calming colors: Pastel Mint, Pastel Sky, Pastel Bone, Pastel Lavender, Damson, Ocre, Blue, Teal and White.

“Our new collection was created to take a classic tile and make it into something more,” said Alp Er, general manager of Ege Seramik USA. “These larger subway tiles can be installed horizontally, vertically or in a decorative pattern. They offer style and sophistication and a bit of visual panache.”

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