Mirage Porcelain Veneers Introduces Noon Collection
ATLANTA, GA -- Oldcastle has debuted a new color/texture of Mirage Porcelain Veneers called Noon, which combines the rustic look of distressed wood and the elegance of clean lines with contemporary advancements in durability and colorfastness.
Mirage’s Noon porcelain veneers are offered in four rich, earthy colors: Daylight, Ember, Honey and Charcoal. Like all Mirage colors, Noon blends beautifully with the Belgard® porcelain paver collection for mixing and matching to create a cohesive and gorgeous outdoor space. It’s also perfect as an indoor accent to add rich textures.
Mirage Porcelain Veneers, including the Noon collection, allows the designer to specify products from a moderate color pattern variation (V3) to a substantial color variation (V4). This offers unprecedented flexibility for professional designers to select the style that best complements their design for an enchanting living space, commercial property or business setting.
Just as fine art is created in Florence, Italy, Mirage Porcelain Veneers are crafted by Italian artisans. They rise above and beyond traditional veneer alternatives, with lighter weight, outstanding cleanability, durability and an extremely high compressive strength. Mirage sets a new standard for modern masonry design with an ultra-low water absorption rate that creates a highly impenetrable surface. This allows the veneers to fend off surface mold, moss, dirt and other types of stains found in exterior environments. This product does not require any treatments (sealers) and is unaffected by effloresce or discoloration, making it perfect for use around water features.
The units are small and thin, at 4 x 18 inches, with a thickness ranging from .30 to .60 inches. And at less than 9 lbs. per square foot, they’re a perfect option for vertical wall coverings for both interior and exterior applications.
To learn more about Mirage Porcelain Veneer’s Noon and other collections, visit https://www.echelonmasonry.com/porcelain-veneers.