Crossville Launches Color Blox 2.0 Porcelain Tile Collection

Crossville Launches Color Blox 2.0 Porcelain Tile Collection

Crossville, Inc. has launched of its new Color Blox 2.0 porcelain tile collection. This concrete-inspired line is a new generation of the brand’s longtime favorite collection, Color Blox. This new collection brings a modern sensibility with warmer, on-trend neutrals, as well as fresh blues and greens. Colors that are returning for the original collection are enhanced with an updated facing, enlivening the look all around.

Notably, Color Blox 2.0 offers a spectrum of 15 hues. The contemporary palette includes Sandbox, Slinky, Mud Pie, Sea Otter, Tree House, Blue Suede Shoes, I See the Moon, Cotton Sheets, Boot Black, Wet Clay, Spring Sage, Celestial Horizon, Just Ducky, Cayenne, and Little Boy Blue. The colors can stand alone to create monochromatic looks or be mixed and mingled for a nearly endless array of patterns and colorful installation designs.

CrossvillCrossville's Color Blox 2.0 Porcelain Tile Collection in Locker Room

“Contemporary colors are the foundation our reimagined Color Blox 2.0 collection. We’ve dialed up the warmth of the palette, given nod to biophilic design with fresh green and blues, and brightened the white to invite crisp contrasts,” explains Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville VP of marketing. “With so many colors, as well as more size options, we’re bringing more creative choices for designers to achieve incredible results.”

Color Blox 2.0’s generous field tile size offerings are all calibrated to coordinate with one another, extending the installation possibilities: 4”x12”, 6”x6”, 12”x12”, 12”x24”, and 24”x24”. The collection also includes a 3”x3” mosaic and finishing a trim package with bullnoses, cove bases, and corners.

Responsibly made in the USA, Color Blox 2.0 is Green Square Certified, making it a beautifully responsible selection for interior walls and floors or exterior walls for commercial or residential projects. The line is covered by our porcelain tile EPD, HPD, Declare Label, and sustainability report—all of which can contribute to LEED, Well, LBC, and other green building rating systems.

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