Next Stop – Coverings 2016

cratesAbove: The crates are in Chicago waiting on us to arrive and set things up for our booth at Coverings 2016 in Chicago April 18th-21st.

Metropolitan Ceramics® will feature the largest variety of unglazed ceramic quarry tile and a brand new tumbled thin brick product line – Royal Thin Brick® at Coverings 2016.

Metropolitan’s booth – #7205 – will display an assortment of grouted quarry tile boards including colors with shade variation, textured finishes, and added slip resisting colors. The booth will also have a waterfall rack of boards displaying the company’s newest product line, Royal Thin Brick.

Metropolitan Ceramics Quarry Tile features through-the-body earth tone color that won’t wear off. The tile is extremely durable and is a favorite for commercial kitchens and any commercial application where durability and slip resistance are primary concerns. Metropolitan Ceramics products are also naturally appealing and are used in homes for areas like walkways, patios, sun-rooms, mudrooms and pool surrounds.

Royal Thin Brick is a brick veneer product that can be installed like ceramic tile. Royal Thin Brick is tumbled after firing to capture the essence of worn reclaimed brick. The Royal Thin Brick® color palette consists of single tones and blends that capture the character of walls built in a bygone era – from rich reds and earthy browns to soft greys and charcoal. All colors are kiln fired and rugged enough to stand up to the harshest environments.

Locally owned and operated in Canton, Ohio USA, Metropolitan Ceramics® parent company, Ironrock celebrates a 150-year history of unmatched quality ceramic tile and brick manufacturing.  Visit

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