Ege Seramik proudly introduces the latest in its line of large format tile: the CHEROKEE Collection.
This 18” x 36” glazed porcelain tile line offers a matte finish with rectified edges. Available in three colors (beige, grey and mix), CHEROKEE’s format helps to create stylish design patterns adding even more panache and personality to any installation.
Its high-performance qualities as a hard-wearing tile – plus the ease of maintenance – make CHEROKEE ideal for both residential and medium traffic commercial applications. And for wood look realism, each tile is meticulously created via Ege Seramik’s cutting-edge inkjet technology.
“This latest collection,” stated Semih Susleyen, Sales Manager of Ege Seramik America. “really allows for unlimited design capabilities. You get the look of reclaimed wood in a durable porcelain tile. Each tile offers that unique rustic look of an old, weathered wood with all the color variations and fissures.”
Attendees of the largest tile and stone exhibition in North America, COVERINGS 2018, will be able to see all of Ege Seramik’s Collections, May 8-11, 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, in Booth #8621.
About Ege Seramik
Since 1972, Ege Seramik has been a major global supplier of top-quality ceramic and porcelain tile materials. To meet the demand of customers in the United States and Canada, Ege Seramik America, (established 1991) has been serving a strong and loyal cadre of active North American customers from its stateside headquarters in Georgia. For years, Ege Seramik has been the number one Turkish product exported to the North American continent. To learn more about Ege Seramik and view the entire product line, visit http://www.egeseramik.com or contact the firm directly at Ege Seramik America, Inc. 1721 Oakbrook Drive, Suite C Norcross, GA 30093 Office: (678) 291-0888.
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