Walker Zanger introduced two collections at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City: the Ellington collection, stone tile with metal inlays, and its Grain wood-look porcelain collection.

“Ellington draws on the geometric influences of Art Deco and organic curves of Art Nouveau with designs that are sparse and elegant, allowing the luxury of the materials to take center stage,” said Jared Becker, Walker Zanger vice president of design and marketing. “Also, the Grain collection celebrates advanced porcelain technology, which has become a leading tile trend as it expands our perception of what is aesthetically and functionally possible in the design industry.”

The Ellington collection is created with marbles and limestones inlaid with brass, copper, and stainless steel. The Grain collection, a versatile wood-finish porcelain tile, comes in four colors (Anthracite, Beige, Brown and Ochre) in chevron patterns (Brown and Ochre only) and wide planks, with an anti-slip version in Brown.

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