Porcelain Tile Panels Resemble Sandstone Mined in Apuan Alps

Crossville Inc. has released its In-Side porcelain tile panel collection. The appearance of this line mimics the look of Pietra del Cardoso, a deep-blue gray sandstone mined only in the Apuan Alps. The panels are crafted with a mixture of raw materials in variable grain sizes, resulting in a textural, blended tile surface that is much like that of natural stone.

Crossville Inc. has released its In-Side porcelain tile panel collection. The appearance of this line mimics the look of a deep-blue gray sandstone mined only in the Apuan Alps.

The collection comes in two color variations, each available in matte and flamed finishes: Pietra-Di-Cardoso Grigio, a gray tone, as well as Pietra-Di-Cardoso Nero, a black. The flamed finish, a feature new to this line, offers the variable texture of the bush hammered finish with a smooth sheen.

The panels come in 1-meter by 3-meter sheets with the Laminam 5.6-millimeter thickness. They are suitable for interior wall and floor applications in both commercial and residential settings.

The generously proportioned outer dimensions yet extremely lean profile of the porcelain tile panels can be installed with minimal grout lines and may be applied directly over previously installed tile or stone.

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