Daltile launches Harmonist collection

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Dallas, Texas—Daltile has launched its new Harmonist tile collection that offers traditional commercial visuals with a modern flair.

“Harmonist provides mainstream commercial looks that work for a multitude of venues,” said Laura Grilli, lead product designer for Daltile. “To the monochromatic design of Harmonist, we have included a touch of modernity with ‘fine-grain’ visuals. The inspiration for these fine-grain visuals was the feel of warm sand running through your fingers. We brought that experience to life visually in nine lightly speckled tile designs. In addition, the current popularity of terrazzo is interpreted within Harmonist as three more prominently speckled designs. For the ultimate flexibility of design, the collection also includes flat tiles in coordinating colors.”

The finely speckled, prominently speckled and flat tiles are offered in a versatile color palette that features modern neutrals as well as contemporary on-trend accent colors such as muted green, blue and red. All are offered in matte finished 12 x 24 and 12 x 12 tiles. Coordinating trim is available for finishing touches.

Created for floor, wall and countertop applications, Harmonist is a color body porcelain tile. Attractive, yet strong, Harmonist is waterproof, stainproof, dentproof, scratch-resistant, slip-resistant, fire-resistant, durable and easy to clean. Harmonist will not damage from commercial cleaning services. “Harmonist is appropriately named as this product collection brings aesthetic harmony to any commercial space,” Grilli added.

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