Ege Seramik Debuts New Plank Tile Collection: Montenegro

Ege Seramik's Montenegro Wood-Look Plank Tile (shown here in Merbau).

Ege Seramik’s Montenegro Wood-Look Plank Tile (shown here in Merbau).

Ege Seramik debuts the Montenegro Line of 8” x 48” wood-grain porcelain tiles featuring a unique finish characterized by its beautiful, glossy sheen.

The Collection is highly resistant to moisture, stains and gouges, blending the charm of natural hardwood with the integrity of a porcelain tile.

Available in three colors (Merbau, Maple and Oak), Montenegro’s format helps to create stylish design patterns, adding even more visual panache and personality to any installation. Unique to the market, Montengro’s surface is unlike regular matte or glossy finished products. It offers a rugged-to-the-touch feel you’d expect from real wood, but in a durable, sustainable and virtually maintenance-free tile.

Its high-performance durability and ease of maintenance make Montenegro ideal for both residential and medium-traffic commercial applications. Montenegro’s “wood-look” realism is achieved via Ege Seramik’s cutting-edge HD inkjet technology.

“This latest collection,” stated Alp Er, General Manager of Ege Seramik America, “really offers unlimited design potential. The plank tile format allows end-users to easily create a unified look throughout any project. Imagine a beautiful hardwood floor with the durability and low maintenance of porcelain tile. That’s our Montenegro.”

About Ege Seramik

Since 1972, Ege Seramik has been a major global supplier of top-quality ceramic and porcelain tile materials. To meet the demand of customers in the United States and Canada, Ege Seramik America, (established 1991) has been serving a strong and loyal cadre of active North American customers from its stateside headquarters in Georgia. For years, Ege Seramik has been the number one Turkish product exported to the North American continent. To learn more, visit the company’s website, or call (678) 291-0888.

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