AO launches Color Story Wall collection

Color Story WallDallas, Texas – American Olean launched its new Color Story Wall collection. It is designed for residential, education, hospitality, healthcare or retail spaces.

The new collection of glazed ceramics consists of a mix of 32 colors intended to create a vibrant classroom or a quiet hospital environment. Made in the USA, Color Story Wall tiles come in seven shapes and sizes. Eight colors are offered in both matt and gloss finishes and are suitable for use on walls and countertops. The company added that 16 additional colors are offered with a glossy finish.

“AO’s new Color Story wall collection is the toolbox of color that retailers, designers and homeowners want to have at their fingertips,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design, Dal-Tile Corporation. “The collection’s 16 vibrant colors and 16 neutrals provide the power to create just about any mood or atmosphere needed in a space. Today, the hottest interior design trends range from nature-inspired, spa-like and soothing to bright and bold looks that live with excitement and energy. Color Story Wall provides the fashion-based colors needed to create all of today’s stylish spaces. An added bonus is the ability to combine the collection’s glossy and matte finishes to create a unique design with a tactile experience. “

Hector Narvaez, vice president, sales distributor, American Olean, added that it is also important to reiterate that tile is an excellent solution in today’s “germ-conscious” world. “Unlike other surfaces, tile is hard and impenetrable, so it is naturally resistant to the growth of bacteria, fungi and mildew,” he said. “Tile is also a hypoallergenic surface that is easy to clean. Regular basic cleaning with warm water and mild soap is enough to keep the tile looking like new. In addition, our tile will not be damaged by professional cleaning services for customers who want a deeper cleaning. Whether used in a public or private space, tiles are one of the best products to properly address current health and wellness issues. “

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