American Olean is further expanding its product assortment with the addition of three new lines for spring. Each collection offers consumers, architects and designers contemporary style, ideal for a variety of spaces.

“American Olean’s newest product additions remain true to the trusted brand heritage while featuring the latest styles and trends,” said Micah Hand, brand marketing manager for American Olean. “From tile that seamlessly transitions from interior to exterior spaces to eye-catching wall tile, we’re introducing exciting collections that truly represent the brand’s take on today’s hottest trends.”

Influenced by the urban chic trend and popularization of concrete, Union is the hero of the spring launch and provides an authentic interpretation of time-worn and weathered concrete floors. Designed using StepWise technology, the Union collection offers superior slip resistance, allowing this large-format tile to be used in both interior and exterior applications.

Blending the look of smooth concrete and weathered stone, Windmere is a modern take on minimalism for floors and walls. A soothing, monochromatic color palette finishes the look, making Windmere the ideal choice for versatility. A full assortment of floor and wall sizes are available including a mosaic and jolly trim.

Artistic and fashionable, the Visual Impressions collection empowers customers to create a stunning masterpiece on walls. Neutral colors and 3D patterns produce stunning works of art that you can feel, and integrate seamlessly thanks to a large-format size with TruEdge. Complete your look with coordinating jolly trim for a complementary, on-trend design.

“The new collections tap into several trends we are seeing in the industry, such as varied textures and large-format tile, while adding the contemporary twist that American Olean is known for,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design for American Olean. “From concrete-looks to 3D patterns, this launch offers something for every customer, regardless of the design vision.”

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