Crossville: Your Source for Beautiful, Sustainable Porcelain Tile
Crossville, Inc. -- Interior Design, 12/3/2012 4:29:46 PM
Thinking of tile for your next project? You’re not alone. Tile’s popularity is growing thanks to exciting advancements in design and sustainability. U.S. manufacturer Crossville leads the way with sophisticated product development and 3rd-party certified, green manufacturing processes—for lasting style that’s truly sustainable. These products, each containing a minimum 20% recycled content, are great examples.
This new line comes in five versatile colors that pay homage to the finest mined limestone from quarries across the globe. Natural hues are cover an earthen spectrum with authentic details. The overall look is a blend of Old World and urban sensibilities—great for both commercial and residential installations, on floors or walls.
Shades by Crossville
Shades by Crossville features nine contemporary colors in cool and warm tones and comes in a generous range of size options. Metallic and mosaic accents add a hint of glam. The look is based on a custom line Crossville developed for the world’s first cradle-to-cradle tile installation in Chicago’s John C. Kluczynski Federal Building.
This sophisticated collection features four colors detailed with fossil-like impressions and the subtle pearlescence of embedded shells. Bluestone is recipient of the 2012 Green GOOD Design™ Award from The European Centre for Architecture Design and Urban Studies and the Chicago Athenaeum
These are just a few of Crossville’s sustainable selections. At Crossville’s Tennessee plants, all products are made with the EcoCycle Tile Process™ to meet the highest environmental standards, including TCNA’s Green Squared certification. The company is a net consumer of waste thanks to recycling partnership with TOTO USA and its proprietary capability to recycle fired porcelain.
For more details, visit the Sustainability section of crossvilleinc.com/contract.