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AUG 2015

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August 2015 | KitchenBathDesign.com | 47 10. Arizona Tile emulates a concrete appearance with its Find Series, providing a clean, modern look to spaces. The rectifed color body porcelain requires minimal maintenance, according to the company. Circle No. 221 on Product Card 11. Lunada Bay Tile has introduced its frst-ever collaboration with Tommy Bahama, the island-inspired lifestyle brand, with an exclusive collection of Tommy Bahama- branded mosaic glass tiles. Tommy Bahama by Lunada Bay Tile will feature 10 unique color blends inspired by some of the world's most exotic locations, in six patterns: 1"x1" ofset, 1"x2" brick, 1"x4" brick, 1/2"x4" brick, 1/2"x4" zig & zag and vineyard, which is made up of 1/2"x1/2" and 1"x2" tile sizes. Shown is Kangaroo Island. Circle No. 222 on Product Card 12. The Rayas collection of high-defnition porcelain tile from Bellavita Tile is produced using HD inkjet, with the result being a tile reminiscent of ancient Roman Travertine. Weathering and deliberate imperfections soften the sharp linear styling. Rayas is ofered in modular 24"x24", 12"x12" and 8"x24" formats in full polish or matte in four soft colors: Clouds, Sands, Rains and Shadows. Circle No. 223 on Product Card 13. Walker Zanger brings the look of vintage wood in a porcelain tile with the introduction of Nature. The plank-style porcelain tile collection is created using digital glazing to mimic the look and feel of grain-sawn wood. Nature is available in bold planks of 6" and 8" widths, each nearly 4' long, and is ofered in White, Honey, Grey and Brown. Circle No. 224 on Product Card 14. The geometric sequences in Porcelanosa 's Barcelona Collection create foral designs, circular patterns and outlines of stars that can be used on foors and walls. Available in large-scale sizes – 23"x23" – to cover spaces easily, the tiles can be made from porcelain for fooring use or ceramic materials for use on walls. Circle No. 225 on Product Card 15. Two new stone foor tiles – Siene and Visconte (shown) – have been introduced by ANN SACKS . Reminiscent of Old World French parquet fooring, the two tiles display the demarcations and well-worn beauty of centuries-old traveled stones. Hand-cut, Siene and Visconte are hand-worked and hand-fnished to achieve the Old World, honed appeal of antique fooring. Visconte is crafted from white marble, with intense and varied gray-green veining. It is available in an 8"x46" picket feld, a 7" triangle, and an 8"x27" trapezoid. Circle No. 226 on Product Card 16. MS International fashions Palmetto from the latest in high-defnition ink jet technology, providing an intricately natural wood look in porcelain. The series is inspired by the rich colors of genunine wood foors, and features two gray colors and three authentic colors. Circle No. 227 on Product Card 17. The allure of aged French limestone inspires Summerville large-format porcelain tile by Marazzi . Created using the latest 3-D technology, the colors and veining emulate a weathered appearance while the softly worn surface and rustic chiseled edges combine to suggest natural wear from centuries of footsteps. Innumerable combinations can be created with ivory, beige and gray. The porcelain tile is ofered in three large format sizes: 20"x20", 12"x24" and 18"x36", plus mosaics in 1"x4" herringbone and 2"x2" formats. Circle No. 228 on Product Card 7 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 12 8 9

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