The creative use of pattern can bring a uniquely beautiful design perspective and truly help make a house a home. From dynamic backsplashes to texture-rich flooring, tile can infuse pattern play into residential interiors and exteriors alike, without compromising durability. As such, we are excited to present the builder industry with an ever-expanding portfolio of on-trend tile and stone collections at the International Builders’ Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada, February 19-21.
Partnership is the key to success in any industry, and especially when serving those in architecture and design. At Emser Tile, we take great pride in the relationships we cultivate, from builders and interior designers, to our valued tile partners who invite us to be part of their curated product offering. As such, we are pleased to announce Johnson Floor & Home Carpet One as the Emser Tile Platinum Partner of the Year for 2018! The award was announced last week during The International Surface Event 2019 in Las Vegas.
The International Surface Event (TISE) 2019 sparked inspiration for every surface imaginable — expansive floors, accent walls, backsplashes and more. For the second year in a row, we were honored to win “Best Of” Style & Design awards for Emser Tile collections! Rhapsody, a bold black and white geometric tile, won “Best Of” SURFACES - Style & Design, and Myth a retro-inspired mosaic tile collection with a fresh modern twist, won “Best Of” TileExpo - Style & Design.
Last week, Emser Tile was named to the coveted Best Places to Work in 2019 by Glassdoor.
Emser Tile is honored to celebrate 50 years of business with our associates and partners. Our family-like culture has been a hallmark since our beginning in 1968.
This year and beyond, the surface to watch is the wall. Three-dimensional textures and lively colors create wall aesthetics never seen before, and Emser Tile is excited to introduce wall tiles at the forefront of design.
Crisp neutrals and the power of pattern — two popular design elements combine to create statement design that demands a double take.
In today’s design world, for interiors to be design-forward they must also be sustainably minded. Sustainable spaces contribute to the well-being of those who use the space, as well as the long-term effects of our environment as a whole. As such, the architecture and design industry is making unique strides in creating spaces that contribute to healthier environments. One of the avenues through which this is achieved is building material choice.
Heightening sophisticated interiors with a polished finish and unique veining, marble holds reign as one of the most popular materials in floor and wall design. Today, its use is expanding into new shapes and sizes.