Crossville’s Color By Numbers Wall Tile Adds to Rainbow of Options Popular Wall Tile Line Heralds New Hues to Round Out 16-Color Palette
  • Industry News, Product Watch
  • AAHID Admin
  • July 21, 2015

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Crossville Inc. has announced updates to its popular Color By Numbers wall tile line. The collection, long beloved for its vast color palette, now offers four new hues to answer design trends and extend the versatility and viability of the the line for residential and commercial installations.

The new colors are
* 19th Hole, a vibrant orange (available in gloss finish),
* 20-20 Vision, a deep, true purple (available in gloss finish),
* Edge of 17, a beige-toned neutral (offered in satin and gloss finishes), and
* 1812 Overture, a neutral of the gray scale (offered in satin and gloss finishes).
The hues join a dozen other brights and neutrals to round out the palette of 16 on trend colors.
“We love to see designers create customer works of interior wall art employing Color By Numbers palette of brights and neutrals,” explains Crossville VP of Marketing Lindsey Waldrep.

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“From the hallways of universities decked out in school colors to master baths featuring wall to wall color, designers can do it all with Color By Numbers.”

All Color By Numbers colors are offered in 4”x8” field tiles. Neutral colors are also available in 4”x12”, and three standard colors (One of a Kind, Tea for Two, Three Hour Tour) are additionally offered in 8”x8”. To create fully finished installations, Crossville offers a generous selection of trims and accents including a cove base, corners, bullnose options, as well as the ½”x12” listellos.
“As the name implies in a playful way, we’ve created this line to make designing really easy. Mix hues, finishes, and sizes to give walls personality and custom style,” Waldrep summarizes.
Color By Numbers is recommended for interior vertical surfaces in residential and light commercial applications.
For more information on this collection, visit crossvilleinc.com.

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