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MSI introduces Oxide at TISE West, booths 4526 and 4625

MSI is  kicking off 2019 sharing its passion for all things inspired. The Oxide collection is just one of the new porcelain collections  that will be on display at Surfaces/TISE West booths #4525 and 4625, as well as on-trend geometric tiles, more than two dozen fresh Q Quartz colors.

The Oxide Collection comes in 12″ x 24″ formats. Impressively durable and easy to care for, this porcelain tile is the perfect choice for residential and light commercial floors, but it also makes a unique style statement on backsplash, walls, and countertops.

Oxide Magnetite features an artistic mix of  gorgeous gray hues and a slight metallic-look finish that adds interest to any room. It offers a subtle oxidized look and cool neutral colors.

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Oxide Magnetite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oxide Iron features an intriguing mix of grey and cocoa brown hues and a gorgeous matte metallic-look finish that adds interest to any room.  With its noticeable oxidized look and warm colors, Oxide Iron gives your space instant character.

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Oxide Iron

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oxide Blanc features a delicate mix of white hues and a gorgeous matte metallic-look finish that adds interest to any room. With its understated oxidized look and fresh neutral color, Oxide Blanc gives your space an instant pick-me-up.

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Oxide Blanc

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