Crossville, Tenn.—Crossville is participating in the Dallas Decorators Showhouse as a tile supplier and corporate sponsor. This luxury property, presented by Traditional Home, Marina Bay Development, and HGTV personality Donna Moss, is a 7,900 square-foot home located in Southlake, Texas. A portion of proceeds from tour ticket sales and the sale of the home will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.
The showhouse will debut at an invitation-only opening gala on Sept. 23. The public may purchase tickets to tour the home, with daily viewings offered from Sept. 24 through Oct. 22.
The home, designed by Moss, features a master suite, guest suite, three additional bedrooms each with private bathrooms and an additional powder room. Other interior spaces include a family room, dining room, wine room, game room and a safe room. Crossville tile products are incorporated prominently throughout.
The exterior of the Moroccan modern-style dwelling showcases natural stone and stucco finishes, with iron detailing on the doors, windows and lighting. In addition, the home has two separate two-car garages for his and her parking, as well as a pool and three courtyards.
For more information, visit: dallasshowhouse.com.
Crossville, Tenn.—As the tile supplier for the Gary Sinise Foundation’s R.I.S.E. program in 2017, Crossville recently contributed the tile for a specially adapted smart home for U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Lucas David Cifka (Ret.) and his family. The house was dedicated in a ceremony on June 15, in Canyon Lake, Texas.
More than 1,000 square feet of Crossville tile was installed in the master bath, the guest bath, the mudroom and kitchen covering the floors and walls. Brandi Hines, interior designer, worked with the Cifka family to specify tile with the desired look and performance needed throughout the home.
The master bath features Crossville’s Buenos Aires Mood collection and Yin + Yang collection. Crossville’s Ready-to-Wear in the color Smarty Pants was specified for the guest bathroom; while the Color By Numbers collection in the Nine Lives hues was used to accent the guest bath, as well as the family’s mud room. For the walls in the kitchen, Crossville’s Savoy collection in white was installed.
“It’s exciting to know a deserving wounded warrior and his family are enjoying the comforts of a brand new, specially adapted smart home—and that our tile is a part of their everyday surroundings,” said Lindsey Waldrep, Crossville’s vice president of marketing. “The tile options specified for Staff Sgt. Cifka’s home are not only beautiful but also practical for a busy family.”
Crossville Tile was recognized by Stephen Witte of Stephen Witte Associates, for its sustainability programs and initiatives. A communicator, content strategist and project manager, Witte writes a popular design blog and recently recognized Crossville in his “Hat Tips 2011”
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