Crossville’s Urban Renewal Steps Out in (Renovation) Style

Crossville’s popular Urban Renewal is known as a headliner for contemporary design. Its four lustrous metal finishes continuously capture the attention of designers and homeowners nationwide. And now, a beloved national home decor magazine has also taken notice.

Urban Renewal is a featured product in Renovation Style Magazine’s fall issue—in an article artfully entitled “Metals in Bloom.” The full story is viewable by clicking here (Renovation_Style_article). Look for Urban Renewal on pages 88 and 89 of this fun piece, highlighting the many ways metal finishes can enhance the cherished spaces of anyone with the mettle to incorporate them. The 6″x6″ bronze antique satin finish wall tile, with its distinctive crackle texture, is shown amidst a collection of complimentary design elements selected to showcase the timeless appeal of metal in many forms.

Urban Renewal 6x6 Bronze Antique Satin finish crackle wall tile

Is this a metal you’d like to honor in your next design project? Here are some inspiring details about this great line.

Each Urban Renewal tile contains at least 50 percent post-consumer recycled material retrieved from various surfaces, certified by Scientific Certification Systems to be as green as it is beautiful.

Urban Renewal’s four finishes is offered with an array of decorative accents, including 5 unique decos and 10 style-enhancing liners. These touches work in harmony with the line’s 2 field tile options.

Urban Renewal room scenes… Enjoy the view!

Enjoy the Renovation Style feature here (Renovation_Style_article), then come on over to our Facebook page to share photos of your own Crossville installations!

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