The AlavaHDP line is named after a region in Northwestern Spain, known for its rugged rocky landscape and tradition of being one of the most productive logging centers of southern Europe. Appropriately, the AlavaHDP line is exactly that. A unique concept for the American tile industry which marries two completely different materials into a single line.
The concept is perfect for breaking up a space with different but complimenting textures while at the same time keeping a cohesive color scheme. Composed of 3 contemporary colors, AlavaHDP presents a unique twist by combining a stone and a wood look in a single product line, within the same color.
Each color is presented in 4 formats (12×12, 12×24, 6×24 and 8×36). The 12×12 and 12×24 tiles are composed of a roughly hewn stone graphic with a high shade variation and a slightly distressed surface texture. The 6×24 and 8×36 sizes carry the same color tones as the stone, but are presented in a rustic reclaimed wood that is complete with nail holes, worn in stains and a soft wood grain texture.