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7. Oshkosh Designs' parquet flooring, Marseille, is customizable in wood species, dimensions and overall thickness and organized in 36"x36" (four 18"x18") squares. The flooring is available with pre-finish in thicknesses be- tween ½" and ¾" (mounted), while unfinished parquet is supplied unmounted at 5 ⁄16" thickness. Circle No. 211 on Product Card 8. The Abound collection design from American Olean draws its influence from marble. The collection includes five colors in a neutral palette: Billow, Parchment, Nimbus, Ashen and Umber, all available in 18"x18", 12"x24" and 12"x12" sizes. Circle No. 212 on Product Card 9. Calacatta do Brasil is a polished quartzite from Antolini that features gray hints over a white backdrop like clouds painted in the sky, according to the company. The smooth surface showcases a pure white texture with minimal accent. Circle No. 213 on Product Card 10. AKDO's Passage collection incorporates traditional patterns in its 7-¼"x7-¼" porcelain tiles. The tile is offered in three different patterns: Evolu- tion, Modernista and Revival, in four colors – black, blue, gray and white. Circle No. 214 on Product Card 11. The Notorious porcelain tile collection from Crossville offers the look of concrete in six neutral colors. Sizes include modular field tiles, mosaics, brick planks, as well as cove base and bull nose trims. All field tile sizes come in an unpolished finish, with a honed finish available for select sizes as well. Notorious is recommended for interior floors, walls, countertops and exterior walls. It is made in the U.S. with recycled content, and is Green Squared certified. Circle No. 215 on Product Card 12. Florim stone provides a large assortment of aesthetic, colorful and versa- tile options. Consisting of a natural mixture of ceramic clays and mineral colors, the porcelain stoneware is waterproof, stain-, UV- and scratch-resistant, and resistant to high temperatures and atmospheric stress, according to the firm. The slabs are available in 62"x126" slabs in three thicknesses: ¼ ", ½ " and ¾ ". Twenty colors are available. Circle No. 216 on Product Card 13. Dekton by Cosentino is an ultra-compact surface with advanced technical properties for both interior and exterior flooring, countertops, walls and other applications. Dekton is scratch-, stain- and UV-resistant, and is resistant to temperature shock, allowing it to work in outdoor environments, according to Cosentino. From the Wild Collection is Valterra, shown here on the countertop and floor, which reflects the warmth of maple hardwood. Circle No. 217 on Product Card 14. Lapitec is a sintered stone, available in seven finishes, 13 monochromatic colors and six veined options. Available in large-format sizes, the sintered stone is non-porous, making it resistant to staining, mold and bacteria, notes the firm. It is also weatherproof, and resistant to acids, alkalis, deep abrasions, fire and UV rays, the firm adds. Circle No. 218 on Product Card 15. ThinkGlass offers glass flooring in four thicknesses and six different textures: Natura, Granula, Brossa, Minima, Vaga and Lini. With a choice of aqua or crystal color, the flooring is treated with two different edges: polished or brushed. Each application is also available with personalized artwork and integrated LED lighting system. Circle No. 219 on Product Card 16. Pulling inspiration from textiles, Fabric Art from Daltile is a porcelain sur- face with linear, woven and kaleidoscope patterns mimicking fabric. Available in six colors and four decorative accents, the tile features an unpolished finish and gradient, textural variation. It comes in two floor tile sizes and a 1"x3" straight-joint mosaic. Circle No. 220 on Product Card 9 11 12 13 15 14 16 10 August 2017 • KitchenBathDesign.com 95

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