Sister Parish Design for Country Floors: An Exclusive New Ceramic Tile Collection Marries Two American Heritage Brands
NEW YORK, NY -- Luxury tile brand, Country Floors, recently announced it will launch an exclusive designer collaboration, The Sister Parish collection for Country Floors. The decorative ceramic tiles comprise a lively and colorful range expressing a fresh and modern attitude toward classic design. Made famous by the venerable firm of Parish Hadley and designed by Albert Hadley, these unconventional graphic designs represent his original take on both color and composition.
“The ceramic collection is especially exciting to us because it allows interior designers to experiment with tried and true patterns through a new medium and application,” said Eliza Crater, Sister Parish Design creative director. “We’ve included a variety of color, pattern and finish options so that these tiles can be utilized in any number of designs.”
Offered in six patterns with four coordinating field colors, options for designers are many. “We’re especially pleased that this collaboration marks the meeting of two great heritage brands in design,” said Munir Turunc, Country Floors’ CEO.
Or perhaps it is even a reunion of sorts. Country Floors was widely credited with sparking a revival in the use of handcrafted art tile in America in the mid- to late 20th century. It was during that time also that Mr. Hadley selected Country Floors tile for many notable Parish Hadley interiors.
“Coming from the vernacular of Albert Hadley, these patterns will bring that timeless spirit to not only to kitchens, baths, restaurants, hotels and spas, but will be equally at home in any room as feature walls, wainscot or decorative surrounds, anywhere that you desire classic patterning and require a durable, enduring finish,” Turunc added.
The collection will launch in Country Floors showrooms and dealers nationwide in early 2020. The Sister Parish Design Collection is the first in a series of exclusive Country Floors luxury designer tile collaborations slated to roll out in 2020 and beyond.