#TileTuesday Special: An Ode to Laminam by Crossville’s I Metalli

A Celebration of a Truly Innovative Surfacing Solution…

and An Invitation for Your Vote!

I Metalli from Laminam by Crossville

I Metalli Best of Year Interior Design Magazine Entrant
I Metalli
is part of Laminam by Crossville’s lineup of spectacular porcelain tile panel collections. This stand out product has been turning heads since it was first introduced in the marketplace, and the buzz just keeps growing, as the product is now an entrant in Interior Design Magazine‘s prestigious Best of Year Awards. With the convincing detail and texture of aged, oxidized diamond plate and available in convincing interpretations of iron, brass, copper, and bronze, I Metalli is big on industrial chic appeal and ideal for creating urban ambience in a wide range of potential applications.


With generous outer dimensions (measured in feet, not inches!) and surprisingly lean profile (just millimeters in thickness!), I Metalli takes “large format” tile to a whole new level, forging a sophisticated link between urban industry and modern luxury. I Metalli is created to skin surfaces in nearly seamless style. Its use on walls creates a striking appearance that is fashion forward and timeless all at once. The textural and color nuances are undeniably striking and all but unparalleled in the world of tile.
 Laminam by Crossville I Metalli cafe

Voting is now open for Interior Design Magazine‘s Best of Year Awards and our new Laminam I Metalli is a strong contender in the Wallcovering: Treatments (including Tile and Stone) category. If you’re a professional in the architectural or interior design community, cast your vote here. Voting ends Friday, Oct 16, 2015, so act quickly to give I Metalli your nod of support.

Of course, you can really show your support for I Metalli by specifying it for your next project. Get full product details by clicking here.

Stayed tuned to our social media channels for updates on the Best of Year competition!

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