Crossville has announced the launch of State of Grace, a tile collection that interprets the delicate and elegant look of Italian marble in a durable, powerful porcelain body. This line offers specifiers inventive options, including Crossville’s first domestically-produced 24x48-in. field tile, to design looks for commercial and residential settings.

Engineered to be as functional as it is fashionable, State of Grace answers the perpetual demand for marble-look surfacing for floors and walls.

“True marble is a tender stone that’s prone to etching and chipping,” said Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville’s vice president of marketing. “State of Grace offers all the style of marble with durability and strength that outperforms the real thing -- no sealing required. This collection is an optimal solution for areas where natural marble wouldn’t be viable.”

The line’s singular color, available in unpolished and satin finishes, is inspired by the look of the world’s finest marbles. As an amalgam of marble influences, the surface visual features veining nuanced with cool and warm tones to complement nearly any design style.

State of Grace’s extensive range of shapes and sizes offer design possibilities to answer any project challenge. Field tile sizes include 24x48, 24x24, 12x12, 12x24, 6x24 and 3x6 inches. Pickets, left and right chevrons, mesh-mounted mosaics including 2x2 in, herringbone and 3x3-in hex options are also available. A full trim package including cove base and bullnose trims, base and crown moldings, and chair rails help to complete installations. Additionally, plank sizes are available through Crossville’s Get Planked program.

As with all products produced at Crossville’s Tennessee manufacturing facilities, State of Grace is responsibly made in the U.S. and is Green Squared certified. State of Grace is recommended for interior floors, walls, countertops and exterior walls in commercial or residential settings.

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