Mohawk Ashton Park’s tile series has recently become a top choice, simply for the series being able to capture its finest looks through its stunning color variations, whether it consists of lighter or darker shades. The Ashton Park tile has a look resembling petrified travertine in a wood look tile plank. The colors vary of the 4 available.
The lightest is the Ashton Park Ashe Blonde. The tones of the lightest creames combine with light taupes and subtle grays. For a bold and unique look, the stunning Ashton Park Blue Horizon brings colors to life that has depths of blue tones. From grayish blues merging into the taupes. No other tile today has this striking contrast and color. This series also features two darker shade tones. The Warm Caramel takes browns both light and dark and blends in with realistic knotting and graining. For a gray look, the Ashton Park Aspen Gray still maintains brown tones accented by the petrified grays throughout. Almost black undertones rounds this colorway out. The knotting appearance is very pronounced giving another dimension to the look.
A unique design idea of this collection is that all colors in this series are available in both unpolished and polished giving one design options depending upon the décor. Mix and match for a definite modern look or even being able to integrate different color options. This series can be thought of as transitional supporting traditional décor with the light white and gray tones to contemporary modern utilizing the browns and black colorations.
Made from an HD ink jet technology, the tiles have effectively been able to give any room it resides in a more natural wooden appearance due to the manufacturing technique. In terms of size, this group has an impressive six and a half inch wide, which is above the norm. The length is thirty eight inches long for the wood visual of actual planks. Each plank is rectified porcelain for the opportunity to use thinner grout joints in installation.
- Date20 September 2013