Portobello America launches Sandwaves porcelain

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SandwavesBaxter, Tenn.—Pure sandstone offers unique, natural designs created over time by wind, rain and pressure. Portobello America‘s new Sandwaves collection is a porcelain version of this rock with not only a unique surface presentation but also an elegant and all-embracing color palette of five warm earth tones, the company said.

Marshmallow and Seedpearl are designed to offer a mélange of limitless design possibilities. Light and Chateau provide a gray background with more of a monolithic appearance, and Dark, on the other hand, delivers a truly rustic alternative to this minimalist design solution, the company said.

The Sandwaves collection is available in 24 x 48 and 12 x 24 sizes, each with a matte surface. Also available are complementary decorative mosaics, which stimulate even more design solutions. Sandwaves is inventoried in the United States and is available for immediate shipment.

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