Walls provide a dynamic surface to explore materials, pattern and finish. Wall tile allows designers to play with pattern, size and texture to create a design that can appeal to any aesthetic. Composed of long-lasting materials, tile is not only durable and easy-to-maintain, but provides a dynamic avenue to express one’s self. With our broad range of styles, from classic subway tile to on-trend metallic mosaics, you are sure to find a wall tile that suit your style and budget.
Transport your space back into a time of glitz and glamour with Emser Tile’s newest collection, Hollywood. Fusing old-world glamour with contemporary rustic tones, Hollywood brings to life this timeless style, enhancing our collection of distinct wood-look tile.
A few months ago, we at Emser Tile shared our exciting collaboration with Vern Yip, HGTV and TLC’s Trading Spaces Designer, as he remodeled his home in Rosemary Beach, Florida. In an interview with HGTV about the project, Vern expressed that he wanted his house to feel like a luxurious escape while remaining family-friendly. He was able to achieve this look through a variety of Emser Tile’s new collections.
Emser Tile is excited to showcase an ever-expanding portfolio designed to inspire market trends at The International Surface Event (TISE) in Las Vegas, January 23-25. Today’s architects, designers, contractors and industry specialists in both residential and commercial markets can preview the wide range of aesthetics for every design preference at booth 5647.
“Inspiration comes from everywhere: books, art, people on the street. It is an interior process for me.” – Colleen Atwood
Intricate geometrics inspired by whimsical retro patterns find new form in our new Myth mosaic series. Dynamic arabesques, organic petals, and mod waves emerge in timeless white, light gray, or pewter tones for a multi-dimensional focal point on the wall. Each ceramic pattern embraces layering: the asymmetric layering of shapes for enhanced visual interest at a low cost.
Seasonal accents, eye-catching patterns, and imaginative colors took hold in 2018. We found inspiration beyond the floor and explored these design stories, and more, on our Finishing Thoughts blog.
Today’s designers and homeowners crave one-of-a-kind living spaces - customizable spaces that can seamlessly move from indoor to outdoor environments. The new Rhapsody series embraces this concept, juxtaposing an alluring distressed finish with modern design flexibility.
This year in design saw retro-inspired shapes, unique wood-look patterns, and contemporary concrete finishes. From a new higher education building set to inspire student success to a mall renovation that sees some of the highest foot traffic in the country, we’re inspired by the unique opportunities to help fulfill your design vision.
Topics: Interior Design