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Apavisa's retro porcelain tiles

Apavisa's retro porcelain tiles

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Apavisa’s Vintage collection gives porcelain tile a wood look and a retro kick that adds pops of bold colors to the company’s line of resilient floor and wall tiles. The Spanish tile-maker strengthens the tiles using a process that formulates the porcelain’s composition to be the same throughout instead of counting on a surface glazing for performance strength. The tiles resist water absorption and bending better than natural stone, the company says, making them suitable for residential and commercial projects. The Vintage line intersperses greens, blues, and reds to contrast its beige, white, and gray base. Apavisa. 34.964.701.120. www.apavisa.com.