Crossville New Jazz Age Porcelain Tile Collection


Crossville, Inc. has launched the Jazz Age porcelain tile collection. This unique collection 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 or ‘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,” explains Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville VP of marketing. “It looks like wood in buildings, cafes, and clubs that have stood the test of time.”

She goes on to describe the details of the surface visual that are achieved through Crossville’s digital plus technology.

“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.”

Waldrep points out that all these 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.

“Jazz Age is a distinct evolution in wood-look tile that will give designers a great alternative for so many projects and unique applications,” she shares.

The collection’s four wood-look hues (Louis, Duke, Count, and Billie) offer natural tones with lasting appeal and are offered in an 8” x 48” plank tile size that makes the wood appearance even more convincing. Two mosaic options—the standard 2”x2” square mosaic and a fashionable herringbone mosaic—invite creativity to complete any design. The 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 commercial or residential settings.

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Jazz Age by Crossville COUNT CONFERENCE ROOM

Jazz Age by Crossville DUKE DINING ROOM

About Crossville Inc.
Founded in 1986, Crossville Inc. is a U.S.-owned and operated manufacturer of award-winning tile collections for residential and contract applications. Its headquarters and manufacturing facilities are located in Crossville, Tennessee. Crossville, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Curran Group, a privately held holding company renowned for its core values of family, respect, partnership, integrity, and improvement.

An industry innovator, Crossville is the first U.S. tile manufacturer to achieve the following:
– production of large format tile on site,
– manufacturing of tile with certified recycled content,
– development the Tile Take-Back® Program for recycling fired porcelain tile,
– attaining of certification for waste recycling programs,
– earning of TCNA’s Green Squared certification for all of its U.S.-produced tile lines,
– distribution of a complete line of large format porcelain tile panels, and
– designation as a net consumer of waste in the domestic tile industry.

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