March 5, 2020

Emilceramica’s Latest Tile Collection Features a Unique Twist

Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.

With their superior durability, porcelain stoneware tiles that imitate hardwood floors have become an industry mainstay. But in the Dimore collection, Emilceramica produces a twist on the genre: faux-bois marquetry. Available in eight geometric patterns, from dizzying Enigma to stately Foglie, each tile comprises four tones that mimic the shades of natural and stained oak. The 8-inch-square tiles can be applied in eye-popping arrangements, creating the illusion of a three-dimensional surface, whether that’s a bathroom floor or a kitchen backsplash. Plain planks in the same wood tones are a complementary addition.

Enigma. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.
Petali. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.
Foglie. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.

Ventaglio. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.
Riflesso. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.
Riquardo. Photography courtesy of Emilceramica.

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