Emser Tile introduces new product designs

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Los Angeles—Emser Tile, a leading designer, marketer and producer of tile and natural stone, has introduced the brand’s newest product offerings in its 2020/2021 product catalog.

The new product collection showcases new and emerging style directions for tile, including an extensive offering of glazed porcelain, ceramic tile and stone, glass and mixed metal mosaics for late 2020 and early 2021.

“We have listened to our industry partners and leveraged our trend research in order to bring forth products our customers will be excited to see from Emser Tile,” said Mara Villanueva-Heras, vice president of marketing. “With this new collection, we are thrilled to offer updated versions of some of our customer favorites as well as new offerings that incorporate trend forward colors, textures and designs.”

Following is a sneak peak of new Emser Tile products and corresponding current style directions.

Striking Surfaces

Impulse

Emser Tile has debuted luxurious and striking finishes that can be understated or bold depending on the design style. A combination of glazed porcelain, antique glass and metals creates a beautifully, distinctive look.

Mixed Geometrics

Bauhaus

Welcoming an era of bold tile statements, new tile collections create awe-inspiring print combinations. Glazed ceramic and porcelain pieces can be laid in a multitude of ways, to create a unique look each time.

Wood Look

Denova

With glazed porcelain, embrace the beauty of natural wood by showcasing traditional or trending wood tones, even in unexpected places like the kitchen or bath.

A Twist on Classic Subway Tile

Passion

It’s not just a backdrop, but it is now a focal point of the space. New Emser Tile subway designs promise bold color and interesting color variation to make a statement.

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