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“American Collection” by Yüksel Seramik…

“American Collection” by Yüksel Seramik…

Yüksel Seramik, a Yüksel İnşaat group company, brought together the energetic rich colors of stone, earth and fire, the magnificent texture of history and soft and modern lines together in its “American Collection”. The collection, where peace and confidence inspiring colors are in the forefront, features 6 different series.

The CALAIS SERIES with stone look, with veined and wavy shadows, is decorated with the rich colors of the earth, giving a natural look to interior spaces, thanks to its glazed granite feature. The CHATEU SERIES, named after the magnificence of history, adds dynamism to spaces by its brown and crimson shades it gets from the earth and the natural beauty of the traverten rock. The element series, where soft and modern lines are predominant, offers an alternative to those wishing to create passionate and different spaces with the splendor of gray, brown and black. The DURANGO SERIES where beige, ivory and silver colors are prominent, brings serenity to souls by its natural stone look. The ANTIQUITY SERIES formed out of the magnificent combination of crimson, bone and silver emphasizes plainness with its tiles in different sizes and simple texture. Dominated by light colors, the EARTH TONE series gives life to natural spaces.

The “American Collection” produced by Yüksel Seramik was launced in the US, Europe, the Middle East and across Turkey. A solution partners of hotels, convention centers, restaurants and shopping centers keeps on generating aesthetics in interior spaces by its products in an affordable price range.


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