Designer Selects Crossville Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels for Vignette in Perlick Booth at Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, Orlando – Jan 9 – 11

Perlick booth

Interior Designer Arianne Bellizaire.

CROSSVILLE, Tennessee — Crossville’s gauged porcelain tile panels are featured in a cutting-edge vignette design in the Perlick Corp. booth (W247) at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Orlando on Jan. 9 – 11.

Interior designer Arianne Bellizaire specified Crossville’s porcelain tile panels for the vignette in the Perlick booth because they are an innovative material that she could incorporate in a truly unique, customized way.

“I used Crossville’s porcelain tile panels in three colors to create a color blocking effect,” explains Bellizaire. “I wanted to tell the story of design trends that work beautifully in the kitchen and beyond. I knew the Crossville tile panels would be a great way to help capture the look I was going for.”

The vignette may be seen at the Perlick booth through the duration of the KBIS show. Find photos of the space by clicking here.

About Crossville, Inc.
Founded in 1986 and celebrating 30 years in 2016, Crossville Inc. is a U.S.-owned and operated manufacturer of award-winning tile collections for residential and contract applications. Its headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Crossville, Tennessee. Crossville, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Curran Group, a private holding company renowned for its core values of family, respect, partnership, integrity, and improvement.

An industry innovator, Crossville is the first U.S. tile manufacturer to achieve the following:
– produce large format tile on site,
– manufacture tile with certified recycled content,
– develop the Tile Take-Back® Program for recycling fired porcelain tile,
– achieve certification of its waste recycling programs,
– achieve TCNA’s Green Squared certification for all of its U.S.-produced tile lines,
– distribute a complete line of gauged porcelain tile panels, and
– become a net consumer of waste.

For more information, visit Crossville’s website by clicking here.