Crossville, Inc. has launched the Jazz Age porcelain tile collection that captures the look of traditional hardwood floors with an authentically-aged patina. Inspired by the character and style of the flooring found in a nightclub of the 1920s and ‘30s, Jazz Age’s surface visual features touches of distressing and marks that would occur over time in bustling, busy venues.

“The collection has a very European feel,” said Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville vice president of marketing. “It looks like wood in buildings, cafes, and clubs that have stood the test of time. We developed Jazz Age so that each detail on the tile planks tells a story. You’ll see what appears to be wear from nightly dancing on the wood graining, and we mimicked the high-low sheen club floors get from waxing. We even included the look of scuffs and subtle undulations that would come from chair legs and tapping feet.”

The authentic, timeworn wood details are interpreted in durable and enduring porcelain tile that is ideal for high traffic and wet areas in which true wood could never be specified. The collection’s four wood-look hues (Louis, Duke, Count, and Billie) offer natural tones with lasting appeal and are offered in an 8x48 in. planks that make the wood appearance even more convincing. Two mosaic options—the standard 2x2 in. square mosaic and a fashionable herringbone mosaic—invite creativity to complete any design. Matching covebase and bullnose trim allow for fully finished looks.

In contrast to its true wood predecessor, Jazz Age is easy to clean and maintain, even in high traffic areas in both commercial and residential settings.

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