Coverings will feature a spectacular array of new product introductions representing the latest trends in design and technology when the show makes its return to Atlanta, Ga. May 8-11. As the industry gathers at the Georgia World Congress Center to explore new product introductions, learn about the latest trends, and make meaningful connections with fellow industry professionals, they will be greeted by over 9 miles of tile and stone products from more than 1,100 exhibitors from around the world.

“As manufacturers across the tile and stone industry continue to develop and introduce products and tools for architects, designers, builders, remodelers, distributors, retailers, installers, contractors and fabricators, that truly showcase the many design and performance benefits of tile and stone, Coverings remains the venue to find exactly what one is looking for to stand out in the industry,” said Alena Capra, Coverings industry ambassador. “In addition to seeing thousands of inspiring new products, the show offers a one-stop resource for education that will set your business apart and access to a diverse network of fellow professionals. Regardless of your profession, if it’s new in tile and stone and essential to your business – it will be at Coverings 2018.”

New in tile and stone collections this year includes: Cicogres (Booth 3341) will debut the Carter collection that blends the appearance of natural wood and the latest technologies in a 23×120 cm porcelain format available in five colors (Natural, Tobacco, White, Sand, Ash). Fanal (Booth 3521) will debut the Galaxy Collection, which adds subtle, modern style to floors and walls with soft, fragmented lines. La Fabbrica (Booth 2509) will reveal its Castle tile, which replicate the effects of Indian marble with particular attention to more defined veins and more distinct contrast in colors. Vitromex (Booth 5505) will debut CitySoul, a porcelain collection that takes its cues from finished concrete, replicating the distinctions, subtle linear glaze, and smooth natural surface that creates its unique organic character.

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