Walker Zanger to bring new designs to Coverings

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new tile designsSylmar, Calif.—Visitors at Coverings 2022 will experience an expansion of Walker Zanger’s already robust collection with new tile designs and fresh materials, which contain the signature embodiment of style and luxury, according to the company.

The company said it will unveil new tile collections as well as inspired new concepts with the styles and designs such as Emersyn Lane, the smooth patterns of Encaustic Echoes, the sophistication of Studio Marble Impressions and edgy appeal of Pop Culture.

Walker Zanger released the following outline of the new tile designs to be featured at Coverings 2022:

Emersyn Lane

Emersyn Lane is a tranquil, inviting collection of ceramic gloss tiles that bring in a beautifully warm, casual vibe. The neutral color palette of beige, blue, gray and white combines classic elegance with farmhouse comfort, embracing a transitional design style. Ideal for residential and commercial interior walls, Emersyn Lane welcomes a relaxed, cheerful atmosphere that promotes serenity and wellness. Enrich interiors with wood flooring, sea glass accents, copper hardware and muted green textiles reminiscent of a seaside retreat.

Encaustic Echoes

Bring the spirit of handmade tile into your space with Encaustic Echoes. Echoing the soft, matte look and feel of cement tile, these new mosaic stone-inspired encaustics set in porcelain reflect a variety of cultures and architectural influences. Whether expressed in modern or vintage-inspired projects, the soothing, subtle palette of solids and patterns feels versatile yet effortlessly timeless.

Studio Marble Impressions

The Walker Zanger Studio Marble Impressions glass collection emulates the look of stylish Carrara marble in five classic mosaics, creating environmentally conscious designs without compromising luxury and quality.

Capturing the look and feel of Carrara marble on a durable recycled glass material, this collection offers a sophisticated, natural stone look for the hardest working spaces.

Pop Culture

Rejoice in one of the world’s most significant art movements that continuously reinvents itself with each generation. Pop Culture, a Walker Zanger design, creates rooms that entertain, astound and stimulate the imagination with bold, honest features. Whether adding pops of color to build depth to a living room or mixing unique patterns to create a one-of-a-kind kitchen, the Pop Culture collection is rewriting the script on what contemporary home design can be.

The palette of Pop Culture’s design contrasts graphic black and white porcelain tiles with matching white and black field tiles, giving the space an edgy, modern appeal.

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