Crossville’s Americana Series Porcelain Stone tile is as American as apple pie – and at a most competitive price. “Reminiscent of our country’s rich history, Americana’s six earth tones include Monticello, Gold Rush, Alamo, Grand Canyon, Rushmore and Plymouth Rock. These deep hues go all the way through the tile, making the body an integral part of the overall color,” says Barbara Schirmeister, color and design consultant for Crossville.
“Americana is one of Crossville’s most popular lines among consumers and specifiers because it is both an exceptional value and extremely versatile,” says Laurie Lyza, Crossville’s director of marketing. Available in two sizes – 12″ x 12″ and 18″ x 18″, with a matching 4″ x 12″ Single Bullnose and 6″ x 12″ Cove Base – Americana is suitable for both commercial and residential use. The Americana Series features a CROSS-SHEEN® finish, which imparts a subtle glow that enhances the color and allows stains and scuff marks to simply wipe away.
Located in Crossville, Tennessee, at the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau, Crossville, Inc. began manufacturing porcelain stone at its newly constructed plant in August 1986. Today, Crossville, Inc., is the largest domestic manufacturer of porcelain stone, and operates the first U.S. tile plant designed to manufacture large-unit porcelain tiles. Planned and equipped to be state-of-the-art facilities, Crossville’s plants manufacture tiles ranging in size from 3″ x 3″ to 18″ x 18″.
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