Ege Seramik introduces new porcelain tile collection

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Porcelain tileNorcross, Ga.—Ege Seramik said it has developed another state-of-the-art porcelain tile collection offering opportunities to bring “designer encaustic looks” to each and every tile installation with a little extra shine.

This 8 x 8 glazed porcelain tile collection is available in 4 different decorative patterns with a blend of two finishes. Technological advances in manufacturing have allowed Ege Seramik’s designers to combine matte and gloss finishes on the surface of each tile, creating the illusion of a textured tile—a truly unique look for both wall and floor coverings, according to the company. Each tile’s surface is brought to life via Ege Seramik’s cutting-edge ink jet technology.

Its industrious qualities and its ease of maintenance characteristics all make this collection ideal for both residential and commercial applications; indoors and out, according to the company.

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