As if tile selection wasn’t enough of a challenge for kitchen and bath clients (so many to choose from!), even more fresh and creative choices are now available. Here, we showcase new options in three categories: glass, ceramic/porcelain, and wood.
Saturated color marks this collection in puzzle pattern or 1-inch mosaics in dozens of colors.
Surfaces | 877.544.8453 | surfaces.net
Hand-poured glass shows varied tones, free-form texture, and surface bubbles. Eight colors, two sizes.
Arizona Tile | arizonatile.com
Ebb & Flow
Stone and glass combine for a 3-D effect. Square, stacked, and linear mosaics in nine colors.
Crossville | 800.221.9093. | crossvilleinc.com
Damask and Baroque patterns in fresh colors find their ways to large-format (24-inch) porcelain.
Imagine Tile | 800.680.8453 | imaginetile.com
These Italian porcelain tiles look like salvaged cement, stone, wood, and other materials.
Provenza | ceramicheprovenza.com
These tiles are made of reclaimed antique teak in numerous geometric patterns.
Walker Zanger | 510.491.2300 | walkerzanger.com
Textured Hardwood Tiles
Add depth and warmth with hand-carved tiles in four wood species.
IndusParquet | 305.249.1960 | indusparquet-usa.com
These dramatic tiles display the knots and rings of individual trees. No two are the same.
Ann Sacks | 800.278.8453 | annsacks.com
Try a new format: 4x12 tiles in assorted colors, some with 3-D decorative inserts.
Marazzi | 800.820.8453 marazziarchitectural.com
—Lauren Hunter is the senior products editor at REMODELING. Find her on Twitter at @LaurenHunter_HW or @RemodelingMag.