Jacaranda can be used as a floor or wall tile and gives off that vintage wood look that more and more homeowners are looking for. It can even be cut to fit faucets or plugs
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Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
Centura Tile (http://www.Centura.ca), North America’s premier distributor of both residential and commercial floor and wall fashions, is excited to introduce its new product for sale, Jacaranda tile, which is in stock now.
“We’re always happy to present our customers with new options to design the interior of their property,” says Ross Keltie, vice president of sales and marketing at Centura Tile. “This new Jacaranda porcelain tile is completely on trend with today’s style while still keeping its own unique feel. It’s going to be a great option for our customers.”
Jacaranda is a rectified and glazed porcelain tile that is 8” wide and comes in random shade variations of weathered wood in two lengths, 48” and 71”. Jacaranda tile originates from Brazil and produces a vintage, rustic, aged wood look that has become an extremely popular new trend with flooring tiles today in both residential and commercial applications.
Keltie explains that since Jacaranda porcelain tile has been made available in Toronto and all surrounding areas, the initial reaction has been extremely positive, with purchasers of this tile being pleased with the new look.
“We know homeowners are going to love this,” he adds. “We’ve already received so much positive feedback from people who’ve installed them in different rooms of their home and we can’t wait to get the word out even more.”
According to Keltie, some of the benefits of Jacaranda porcelain mimicking real wood are that it’s much easier to install and maintain than real wood planks and that it’s extremely versatile. In addition, it works in any room of a home, from the kitchen to the bedroom. (Source: Cook, K., “Faux finishes; unexpected prints and motifs elevate tile beyond sterile ceramic,” The Spokesman Review, November 2, 2014; http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2014/nov/02/faux-finishes-unexpected-shapes-and-motifs/?print-friendly.)
“Jacaranda can be used as a floor or wall tile and gives off that vintage wood look that more and more homeowners are looking for. It can even be cut to fit faucets or plugs,” Keltie concludes. “We at Centura Tile encourage home and property owners to visit our Toronto location as soon as possible to get any interior design planning done before the holidays, or visit http://www.centura.ca/residential/jacaranda/ for more information.”
Centura Tile is the premier distributor of both residential and commercial floor and wall fashions throughout North America. Founded in 1933, Centura Tile has grown from a single location in Toronto to 14 locations coast-to-coast; each with a full showroom and warehousing facilities. Each Centura Tile location carries an extensive range of floor and wall products, such as ceramic tile, porcelain, mosaics, stone, vinyl, rubber, carpet, laminate, and hardwood from leading manufacturers around the world. Centura Tile also has the most complete range of accessory products to complement any installation, including bases, treads, mortar, grout, engineered cements, adhesives, trim systems, and tools. To learn more about Centura Tile, visit the company’s web site at http://www.Centura.ca or call 1-416-785-5151.