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Restaurant & Hotel

Biscuit & Branch, Columbus, OH

Three styles of Crossville’s Laminam porcelain tile panels prove to be a beautiful⎯and cost-effective⎯alternative to stone slabs for a hip restaurant in Columbus, Ohio. View Case Study

ARBY`S | MAGNOLIA, TX

For this environmentally friendly, LEED-Certified Arby’s locale, Crossville serves up a combo of durable, easy-to-maintain tile products. View Case Study

ARCHER HOTEL | AUSTIN, TX

When a boutique hotel wanted a distinctive look for their Texas location, Crossville stepped in to provide textured tile solutions that where durable and easy to clean while also providing a rugged aesthetic that would impress any urban cowboy. View Case Study

CASA DE MONTECRISTO by PRIME CIGAR & WHISKEY BAR

The owners of Prime Cigar & Whiskey Bar had specific ideas in mind for their third location, a collaboration with cigar manufacturer Atladis USA called “Casa de Montecristo by Prime Cigar & Whiskey Bar.” Ultimately, porcelain tile played a fundamental role in the design. View Case Study

DAILY GRILL | ROHNERT PARK, CA

On its website, Daily Grill describes itself as “an approachable, everyday restaurant featuring classic American dishes made from scratch.” The eatery hoped to maintain this casual, American feel, though with a distinctly modern edge. View Case Study

TEXAS ALE PROJECT | DALLAS, TX

Texas Ale Project, a craft brewery located in the Dallas Design District, contains manufacturing operations (including a laboratory, 30-barrel brewing system, and raw material storage), wholesale keg sales, office space, high capacity coolers, and a tasting room, all within 14,500 square feet of new construction near the heart of downtown Dallas. View Case Study

GREEN HOUSE MARKET | DALLAS, TX

When the owners of Green House Truck, a popular mobile eatery in Dallas, were ready to establish a brick-and-mortar location, the design team selected Crossville’s Shades collection to create an award-winning design. View Case Study

HATTIE`S AT THE STRATHALLAN

When it came time to reinvent and reopen a famous rooftop restaurant and bar, Crossville’s SpeakEasy was there to bring back old-school glamour with a touch of modern lounge appeal. View Case Study