Wood-look tile transcends design aesthetic, ranging from richer, traditional tones to lighter, contemporary patterns full of variation. The porcelain favorite is replacing true hardwood with its sustainable, high-performance, and affordable qualities.
“Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.” – Charles Eames
Design can achieve form and function, but more importantly, design has the opportunity to make you feel. Patterns and hues exude emotion in a way that demands a double take, especially in the on-trend accent walls of today.
This National Read a Book Day, we’re taking a moment to explore some of our favorite reads for when we’re looking for design solutions. Whether inspired by color, metrics, or history, this curated book collection will have you exploring projects from a new perspective.
This summer has sizzled with inspiration. Design highlights from the season include chevron and hexagon shapes, distinctive takes on color and pattern, and magnificent accent walls. Through the #EmserTile Design of the Week, we’ve explored your unique designs coming to life.
The unique history of natural stone carries an innate aesthetic advantage. Texture variations, fissure lines, and rich tones combine to tell a story of their own in one-of-a-kind designs. Marble and limestone each bring a timelessly luxurious feel to spaces - one which will never go out of style.
A time to refresh and renew, Labor Day weekend signals the summer season coming to a close. If you’re taking time to relax at home this weekend, consider accomplishing one or two home tasks that tend to pile up throughout the summer to prepare for a fall full of entertaining.
From matte black accents to freestanding tubs to classic textiles, modern wood-look surfaces complement a wide array of trending design elements today with awe-inspiring hues and textures.
As society evolves, so does the definition of the American home. The New American Home 2017 and 2018, both of which we are honored to be a part of, embrace this idea. The homes feature today’s modern residential trends, while also incorporating timeless classic elements.
Topics: Interior Design
Master baths call for timeless design motifs with unique touches that take on an identify of their own. From marble to textured porcelain to terrazzo-inspired tile, luxury neutral material options are endless and can be carried from floor to wall.
Topics: Interior Design