Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 15:50:48 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
Rectified edges driven by installed cost. In recent years, North America has been trending away from rectified edges in all looks, with the exception being traditional marble and flowing textured wall tiles in the 1300 by 900mm size, and even larger formats.
The luxury market, on the other hand, tends to prefer the seamless look a rectified edge provides and don’t mind the premium installation costs. Installation costs seem to be the key component to the shift towards a traditional calibrated (non-rectified) tile, and that holds true for the UK. This trend has also opened the door for a revival of the rusticated edge look that was so strong in the 1990s.
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