Six new collections from Dal-Tile offer customers a unique take on how tile can inspire and accentuate spaces, according to the company.

The collections draw inspiration from both traditional and contemporary designs, incorporating patterns, shapes and textures to allow customers to make even the most imaginative design visions a reality.

In line with the fall fashion trends, geometrics are now making their way to interior designs. Bee Hive, an eye-catching hexagonal tile, offers a unique geometric design that can bring a room to life. 

Without sacrificing versatile soft cement aesthetics, Volume 1.0 provides high-DCOF StepWise technology, a patent-pending Dal-Tile innovation. The surfacing technique combines slip resistance with superior cleanability to provide long-lasting beauty and performance for any commercial space, according to the company.

The Stone Attaché collection leaves no stone unturned, with four commanding stone-look collections offering five distinctive looks for a variety of applications. Dignitary and Ambassador embody the exquisite taste and beauty associated with European style. The Dignitary Series replicates the delicate veining and natural fossil layers of French Limestone, offering a timeless option for contemporary or traditional designs. Inspired by the fine-grained quartzite found in the Swiss Alps, the large-format Ambassador Series offers a high-end look that is perfect for indoor and outdoor spaces.

For contemporary spaces, Haut Monde mirrors the fine-grain look of sandstone to create a uniform appearance, providing the perfect canvas for a welcoming space. Consulate utilizes the sheer visual drama of stone to elevate designs. Available in two exquisite finishes, Consulate Antique conveys the smooth look of recovered, aged marble, and Consulate Quartzite amplifies quartzite’s natural texture and richness, offering unique, dramatic options for commercial and residential settings.

“Our customers are taking more risks with design,” said Kim Albrecht, senior brand marketing manager, Dal-Tile. “With each new collection we’re empowering our customers to imagine unique spaces.”

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