Walker Zanger introduced four collections at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) in Las Vegas.
Walker Zanger revisited the Studio Moderne collection, in collaboration with interior designer Michael Berman, to create a sequel to the existing collection called the Hollywood Babylon Suite, inspired by 1970’s glamour, Art Deco and Neo-Egyptian architecture. Studio Moderne: Hollywood Babylon Suite is comprised of contemporary and textural designs—such as architecturally large wallcoverings and small backsplash accents—that allow designers to be creative with a variety of applications, according to the company.
The new Kaza Concrete collection strikes an impeccable balance of artistry and technology, incorporating artful concrete design and bespoke 3-D textural elements to transform an industrial product into a luxurious tile with a sensitive balance of style and innovation for the modern home.
“These new collections take inspiration from elements such as fabric, nature and sci-fi to create textural and artful innovations,” said Jared Becker, Walker Zanger's vice president of design and marketing. “We look forward to showcasing these exclusive collections at KBIS to inspire designers to develop new trends in tile applications.”
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