Showcasing the latest products for mosaic tile design from companies: American olean, Arizona Tile, Atlas Concorde, Crossville, Daltile, Del Conca, La Fabbrica Ceramica, Made+39, Marazzi, Mosaico+, Sicis, and Ceramiche Piemme.
Boutique is the marble range from Del Conca, a chic tile collection that boasts of sophistication and polished aesthetics. Boutique features a new shine finishing, dissimilar from the prior generation.
Sicis' Crystal mosaic collection allows for endless creativity, from classic tone-on-tone mosaic designs to modern, multi-colored arrangements. This collection is extremely customizable, suitable for both indoor and outdoor solutions.
Mosaico+'s Jointed collection is a fresh new approach to the classic mosaic, offering an infinite number of decor combinations. Composed of bright, luminous cathedral glass, each tile is decorated with various graphic motifs.
Castellina™ from Marazzi is a stunning natural stone collection featuring a combination of stone and porcelain mosaics, with contemporary color tones and metallic details. Attractive patterns vitalize with beautiful abstract shapes.
Brimming with charm and character, Lascaux by La Fabbrica Ceramica evokes the traditional designs of wooden flooring and aged materials. The wear-and-tear effect is recreated with boldly contrasting tones, beautifully capturing the passage of time.
Revitalize Victorian textures and shapes with the bold look of Vintage Metals™ by Daltile. A contemporary take on an elegant aesthetic, this metal collection offers four decorative 4- x 4-inch wall tile designs and two distinct mosaic shapes in three metallic colors.
Explore a convergence of design and style in Crossville’s Convergence glass mosaic tile collection. The look of end-grain woods are awash in eight vibrant colors and cast in polished glass to create an effect that’s naturally sophisticated with a lustrous sheen.
Coverings 2012 -- held last month at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL -- did not disappoint with its numerous displays of tile introductions. The diverse array of product lines ranged from large-format porcelain to wood-look tiles to glass mosaics. Here is just a glimpse of the latest developments that were showcased: