Emser Tile will showcase an ever-expanding portfolio designed to exceed market demand and inspire market trends at The International Surface Event (TISE) in Las Vegas, January 23-25. Today’s architects, designers, contractors and industry specialists in both residential and commercial markets can preview the company’s range of aesthetics for every design preference at booth #5647.

“Bringing to life industry trends through leading high-definition printing technology, we are excited to introduce more than 20 design-forward Emser Tile collections at this year’s Surfaces,” said Crista Tekstra, senior brand manager for Emser Tile. “Our 2019 product portfolio will focus on fulfilling one-of-a-kind design visions with imaginative patterns and inherently sustainable materials.”

Emser Tile’s featured collections at the show include customizable porcelain patterns, mosaics, and modern wood-looks, among other trends.

Rhapsody juxtaposes an alluring distressed finish with modern design flexibility. White and black simplistic, modern diagonal, and organic-inspired floral patterns complement a wide array of indoor and outdoor design aesthetics for floors and walls in 13x13 in. tile.

Intricate geometrics inspired by whimsical retro patterns find new form in Myth series. Arabesque, Petal and Wave ceramic motifs emerge in white, light gray and pewter tones for a multi-dimensional focal point. Invite modern, matte backsplashes and bold surface designs to today’s kitchens, baths and accent walls with Myth.

Clean and contemporary arabesque lines pair with a gloss finish in Divine, a delightful mosaic series. Light neutrals and blues are accented with darker-toned borders, while warmer blues and greens are outlined in white. The Greek mythology-inspired collection incorporates eye-catching geometrics for kitchen backsplashes, shower walls or even a large-scale accent wall in contemporary commercial spaces.

Fusing old-world glamour with contemporary rustic tones, Hollywood adds to the company's collection of distinct wood-look tile. Beige and Oak colorations recall the beautiful, classic look of aged wood, while Blue and Taupe embrace cool undertones. Install large format planks in traditional offset patterns or trending herringbone compilations.

For more information, visit www.emser.com.