LEXINGTON, KY ⎯ Better than nature’s offerings in many respects, the wood look of Berkshire HDP high definition porcelain wall and floor tile introduced today by Florida Tile evokes the stylistic look of reclaimed, vintage hardwoods.
According to Sean Cilona, Marketing Director for Florida Tile, “The Berkshire series is the newest HDP – High Definition Porcelain line from Florida Tile. This incredible departure from the stone looks of other contemporary lines is achieved via our digital printing processes combined with an intricate surface texture. The result is an amazing wood look plank tile virtually indistinguishable from the real thing.”
With its rich colors drawn from nature and hand-scraped textures, Berkshire looks and feels like panels of reclaimed lumber that have already lived a lifetime.
Available in 6x24-inch planks, the five colors, Hickory, Maple, Oak, Olive and Walnut, are among the most contemporary and traditional used in both residential and commercial applications.
Says Cilona, “This palette was designed with American tastes in mind and engineered so traditional hardwood fashions can now go in high-traffic and wet areas that a natural wood could never hold up to.”
Berkshire is not only “reality-based” with the appearance of aged wood, it is available in 6x24-inch porcelain tile planks which also achieves the right design look and feel.
With up to 40% recycled content, GREENGUARD and Porcelain Tile certified, the Berkshire HDP line meets the 0.6 wet COF and includes and 4x24 bullnose to complete any interior installation.
Florida Tile is a fully owned subsidiary of Panariagroup, a publicly owned company traded on the Milan Stock Exchange (MILAN: PAN IM). Panariagroup is a leading manufacturer and distributor in over 60 countries around the world with six manufacturing sites in Italy, Portugal and the USA and eight brands positioned in the high-end of the market. www.panariagroup.it