As a proud exhibitor at this year’s International Builders’ Show and SURFACES, we were thrilled to share our latest looks with our partners, including media members. From compelling wood looks to three-dimensional tiles, we believe a product can tell a dynamic story through design-forward vision and application.
When we discovered GLIDDEN’s 2018 color of the year, Deep Onyx, we were inspired to dive into how black, a ‘back to the basics’ hue, is making a comeback as a true design force in 2018.
Last week, Emser Tile was honored to accept a 2018 “Best Of” SURFACES award for Style and Design, co-sponsored by Informa and Floor Covering News. The award, which recognizes the company’s Lakewood and Lakehouse tile series, was announced during The International Surface Event 2018 in Las Vegas.
Drawing from both modern and traditional influences, Premier Kitchen & Bath designers skillfully incorporated neutral ceramic, porcelain, and glass materials offset by darker cabinetry and accents to achieve a rustic chic look in a recent build. The Houston-based design team invited us to explore their latest work.
Whether you’re looking to refresh your home or workspace, or you’re a professional builder or designer looking for new ideas this year, we’re excited to share our curated collection of must-read books for inspiration. One of our new year’s resolutions was to learn something new in 2018, and we’re sure that these outstanding books will do just that.
The Emser Tile family is excited to showcase a selection of our most recent product innovations at this year's International Builders' Show (IBS) at South Hall, Booth S1810 in Orlando, Florida, January 9-11.
A new year brings new ideas, goals, and opportunities. The key to accomplishing these 2018 opportunities is choosing meaningful goals that inspire us.
2017 was an exciting year for Emser Tile. From introducing more than 20 unique new collections to opening an Eastern distribution center to earning multiple industry awards, we’re proud to share in our accomplishments with all of you.
Evoking the simplicity of an all-white design, this master bath shines because of its clean and fresh approach. In drawing from aesthetics that downplay bold color, natural light takes center stage to highlight minimalist materials for understated glamour.
Holiday memories are built on sensations: the smell of pine trees and peppermint, the sound of logs crackling in the fireplace, the first sip of eggnog or bite of freshly baked gingerbread cookies, and—best of all—the dazzling lights on display night after night. When you’re preparing your home for the holidays (and the guests that come with the season), it’s important to appeal to all five senses, including the often-overlooked sense of touch. This holiday, explore several ways to elevate each room of your home with tactile elements.