A growing trend with staying power, wood-look porcelain and ceramic tile offer highly realistic and innovative designs for today’s spaces. Capitalizing on tile’s functionality in kitchen and bath spaces, wood-look tile can go where true wood cannot hold up — blending beauty and practicality in one application.
Impactful design can be derived in a myriad of ways - whether with an accent piece, an all-over neutral tone, or floor-to-ceiling wall art. Taking shape in small-scale mosaics to expansive dimensional wall art, explore five spaces where wall design demands a double take.
Topics: Interior Design
‘Pavimento alla veneziana.’ Venetian pavement comes from 18th-century Tuscan Italy when ancient Italian craftsman placed pieces of stone and glass into beds of mortar to create a shimmering material. Terrazzo spread in popularity, eventually to America in the 1920s, and continues to have a strong presence in design today.
When designing the Four Points by Sheraton in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Emser Tile team looked to an authentic travertine aesthetic with a contemporary twist. Esplanade, also featured in The New American Home 2017, spotlights the stone-inspired look in large format porcelain tiles.
We are thrilled to announce our Borigni series won the flooring category of the 14th annual HD Product Awards, alongside co-winner, Hand Grade from Havwoods International. The award, announced at Hospitality Design magazine’s annual HD Awards event on June 6 in New York, recognizes products based on myriad criteria, including design innovation, aesthetics and functionality in hospitality environments; cost/value; technical advancement; and environmental responsibility. Nearly 300 products were submitted this year in 11 categories.
We’re honored to announce that Emser Tile has been recognized for the second consecutive year with a 2018 Floor Covering News Award of Excellence, sponsored by Floor Covering News and Informa Exhibitions.
A rustic subway tile, Agenda™ captures the beauty of simplicity and spontaneity at once. The glazed ceramic wall collection features intriguing texture and subtle color variations reminiscent of natural stone.