Imagine Tile Inc. Introduces “NEW” Black & White Art of Board Collection

May 30, 2018, MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY – Imagine Tile, Inc., an industry leader pioneering the use of high resolution imagery on commercially-rated ceramic and porcelain tile, announced a “NEW” Black & White Collection to the Art of Board Series.  The Black & White Collection is comprised of eight (8) “New” 4-1/4″ x 10″ tiles, each with a different Black & White graphic design inspired by reclaimed skateboard decks.   The Art of Board Black & White collection will be sold as a set of 24 pieces, three (3) each of the eight (8) different designs per box which will cover 6.6 sq. ft.

All ceramic wall tile comes with a standard finish made with pre-consumer recycled materials and are commercially rated.  In addition, they contain no VOCs, are resistant to strong chemicals, and are unaffected by UV lighting. These tiles are suitable for both interior and exterior use.  “With the continued success of the original, brightly colored Art of Board Collection, we can now offer our clients the same cool skateboard themed designs in a more neutral color palette and in a brand new larger 4-1/4″ x 10″ rectangular tile.”  said Lynda Portelli, Vice President of Sales & Marketing.

ABOUT IMAGINE TILE – A leader in the custom tile industry, Imagine Tile has spent the last decade creating and producing commercially rated ceramic tiles for use in hospitality, commercial, retail, and residential markets.  Using patented glazing technologies, Imagine Tile works directly with architects, designers and homeowners to reproduce textures, patterns, photos, illustrations and even three-dimensional images into tiles that are commercially rated for high traffic indoor and outdoor use.   Let your imagination run tiled! http://www.imaginetile.com

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