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EcoStone pays homage to the timeless beauty of travertine with two distinctive surface finishes inspired by different cutting techniques. Cross-cut emphasizes the cloud-like patterns that make this prestigious natural material unique, and vein-cut shows the banding and veining lines in the natural material. This carbon neutral collection allows for maximum versatility with large formats up to 48”x110”.
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This concrete look collection acts as a canvas for industrial yet warm environments that are easy to clean and maintain. Its four different color options feature a dynamic visual texture that adds depth in a subtle manner. Area 51, in short, is industrial design for any space.
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Atelier offers partners in the architecture and design community a timeless tile for environmentally conscious design. Three colors ranging from bright to dark and multiple mosaic options allow for maximum flexibility, allowing for classic designs as well as contemporary environments.
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As a carbon neutral wood-inspired tile, Native pays tribute to some of the finest natural woods. Six color variations reproduce with faithfulness the linear and clean graphics of wood to create beautiful settings. The result is a union of sinuous veins, nodes, and the typical nuances of hardwood, emphasized by the 8”x48” plank size.
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Plaster 2.0 is MILE®stone’s 1st entirely carbon neutral product. It is a beautiful concrete design paired with six bold hues that replicate the artistic layering of venetian plaster. This collection is available in various sizes and coordinating trim pieces that offer conscious versatility.
Florim USA, the manufacturer of the MILE®stone brand, is located in Clarksville, TN. Established in 2000, the plant spans over 1 million square feet of covered space and produces over 100 million square feet of tile annually.