Florida Tile introduces Kerala
LEXINGTON, KY -- Full of positive energy, exuberant flow and optimistic attitude, the exquisitely beautiful KeralaHDP is the latest High Definition Porcelain® (HDP) wood-inspired introduction from Florida Tile. With a strikingly dynamic grain and a beautiful satin finish that is warm to the touch, the vivid texture and unique colorations in each plank lend an exciting spirit to your space. This faithful reproduction of wood combines strength, ecology and beauty in a single product that is as equally at home in a luxury spa or your family room.
According to Sean Cilona, Marketing and Product Development Director for Florida Tile, KeralaHDP is "a new and unique look in porcelain, drawing inspiration from the best hardwoods available." "Designers tell us they are drawn to KeralaHDP because of what they call its positive energy, exuberant flow and optimistic attitude and faithful reproduction of premium wood," he said. "The exquisitely beautiful porcelain projects striking grains and colors that are unique to each piece, along with a satin finish that is warm to the touch.
"Because KeralaHDP combines the strength, ecology and beauty of wood and the performance of porcelain tile in a single product, it is as equally at home in a luxury spa or great room," Cilona added.
Compared to other flooring surfaces, KeralaHDP reduces allergens in the home, promotes cleaner air, is fire retardant, easier to maintain and more resistant to wear. These tile planks do not require special treatment as you enjoy the natural look of wood with the technical characteristics of porcelain.
Available in 6- x 24- and 8- x 36-inch planks of Warm Honey, Rich Russet and Nut Brown, complimented by a unique basket woven mosaic, the elegance and beauty of KeralaHDP will create a beautiful illusion in your space that will be appreciated for years to come.
You can feel good knowing that KeralaHDP is sustainable, made entirely in the U.S. of 40% pre-consumer recycled content, and is GREENGUARD® and Porcelain Tile certified.