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Ragno Cambridge Oak

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The Ragno Cambridge Oak collection requires a double take as it flawlessly delivers the stunning beauty of hardwood flooring in a porcelain tile format. Exuding warmth and comfort into any space of the home, even rooms where wood would never be found, these color body porcelain tiles offer notable attributes of ease-of-mind maintenance and superior durability.

Offering visuals you have to touch to confirm its porcelain composition, 3-D digital print techniques merge with larger plank formats to deliver the iconic intricacies of oak hardwood. As wood-look tile collections are currently a hot commodity, this series has the option of 6 or 9 extra-wide plank widths. Can't decide which one, feel free to mix and match as there is a pattern calculator to help with the layout. The versatility furthers the already popular appeal of Ragno Cambridge Oak, delivering amplified graphics with an elegant influence.

Simply awe-inspiring, these floors not only offer alternatives to possible deforestation or the harvesting of trees, but also have a low life cycle cost, emit no volatile organic compounds, are composed of 21 percent recycled content, and require no harsh cleaning chemicals. An all-around practical solution to affordable, stylish, and timeless wood-look tile flooring, Ragno Cambridge Oak offers three intriguing deep hues to bring warmth and inviting comfort to the home. Clean lines and rectified precision create visual movement across the room emitting an alluring backdrop with outstanding strength. The darkest shade of Cambridge Oak Black reveals a mysterious complexion of brown-black tones. Brown is a lighter shade that offers delicious caramelized browns with hints of auburn influences. The final shade of Natural rounds out the series in a brew of tans and browns with a rugged influence. Be sure to check out their sister line Marazzi American Estates for slightly different color variations.

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