The Oregonian, the Pacific Northwest’s most read newspaper, featured Statements’ Abisko porcelain tile in a midcentury modern home. (Full Article)

The designer used one of the three plank sizes to create a clean look in horizontal lines, reflected in the cement work outside. Unlike most wood-look porcelains, Abisko is double pressed, insuring that the grain is tactile, and not simply a picture stamped onto the surface. The resulting effect makes it viable for walls at eye-level, and not just for floors. The Ebano (or Ebony) color is an enduring choice for those who don’t want to have to change out their look every ten years.