Pramar Stone is the first Italian company to have developed hobs in marble, natural stones and porcelain. A top quality, innovative and functional product that stands out from the classic steel, hobs give more value to the home environment.
Florida Tile continues to expand its popular wood looks in high definition porcelain tile with the introduction of Cellar HDP, inspired by wooden flooring planks found in an abandoned factory in Northern Italy.
Crossville, Inc. has launched Oceanaire, a porcelain tile collection designed to capture the appearance of sea- and sand-swept natural stone. The line is notable for its multidirectional striations interpreted in five gradient color options and a range of versatile size options, including large formats and a mosaic option.
In keeping with the industry's growing trend of large-format tile and combining that with the popularity of a wood-grain design, Ege Seramik proudly introduces "Elegant Wood," a super-sized 8- x 48-inch porcelain tile for the North American marketplace.
M S International, Inc. (MSI), one of North America's leading suppliers of natural stone slabs, hardscaping materials, porcelain tiles and ceramic tiles, recently announced the debut of Stile™ Thin Porcelain slabs, a beautiful, durable, cost-effective substitute for natural stone slabs and tiles.
In this issue of Stone World, read more about the new Silica Rule, which was recently announced by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and scheduled to go into effect on June 23, 2016.