Norcross, Ga.—Ege Seramik has released decorative tiles that utilize state of the art ink-jet technology and creative design work to give the illusion of multiple tiles in a unique geometric pattern in one 24 x 48 fully polished tile.
The decorative collections are comprised of pressed, glazed porcelain tiles. “We basically took our field tiles, big and small, combined their designs together to come up with a one-sized piece to create an ornate tile,” said Alp Er, Ege Seramik’s general manager. “We combined soft, neutral colors, wood and classic stone to create one striking final product.”
Cordoba & Dresden feature black and white marble-inspired tiles in energetic, seamless, abstract patterns
Hamburg adds dimension and visual impact by combining small- and large-scale patterns
Magellan & Marco Polo create a one-of-a-kind look by pairing marble with wood in playful patterns
The collections deliver outstanding water, chemical and stain resistance, according to the company, and the composition of the tile materials means they’re incredibly strong and scratch-resistant, even with patterned designs.
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