Emser Tile’s Newtro wins NYCxDesign award

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NYCXDesignLos Angeles—Emser Tile’s Newtro is the hard wall covering category winner for 7th annual NYCxDesign Awards.

This year’s NYCXDesign awards showcased over 175 finalists in 39 categories and Emser Tile had two finalists in the hard wall covering category, according to the company. The winners, selected by an esteemed group of industry experts, were announced on May 10, both virtually and as a part of a live in-person event.

“Emser Tile is thrilled to accept the hard wallcovering award for Newtro”, said Mara Villanueva-Heras, vice president of marketing. “These recognitions go far not only in honoring Emser’s product design team, but also in promoting our company’s dedication to excellence overall.”

According to the company, Newtro mosaic ceramic tile combines a geometric shape with a textured gloss. Newtro mosaic mesh tile comes in eight colors in a range of neutrals and bolder hues: White, Ivory, Silver, Ocean, Green, Red, Navy and Black.

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