A Milestone for Porcelain Tile

A Milestone for Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tile already has a lot going for it: it’s versatile, durable, and relatively easy to source; it has very low embodied carbon, especially for a flooring product; and it’s now available in large-format tiles.

Plaster 2.0 view from above of large format tiles on floor in light gray, gray, and espresso with red chairs

But Milestone Tile’s Plaster 2.0 expands these attributes yet further. This colorful collection not only replicates the rustic look of Venetian plaster, but does so while achieving carbon neutrality—the first in the industry to do so.

tiles on wall at cafe in a rust color with white tables and chairs and interesting black and white photographs
Plaster 2.0 green and white wall tile with plant, stools, and wooden standing desk

Further, all tiles in this collection contain up to 60% recycled content, bonafides for users to achieve LEED and WELL certifications.

large-format porcelain tiles on bathroom floor in medium gray color

Lastly, Clarksville, TN-based Milestone sources close to home: 95% of the raw materials are obtained within 500 miles of the factory.

espresso colored tiles on floor of bright coffee shop

Plaster 2.0 is available in both wall and field tile. Colors for the wall tile include white, gold, clay, red, bay, and clover. The field tile is available in ivory, silver gray, sand, tortora, espresso, and midnight. Sizes range from 2″ x 2″ mosaic to large square tiles at 32″ x 32″

Plaster 2.0 tiles on floor and walls of kitchen with different dimensions of the tiles noted

Get further details at Milestone Tile.

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