Dal-Tile's Daltile brand is unveiling six new collections, in addition to extensions of its bath accessories and quartz surface product offerings.
The additions will inspire customers to reimagine their spaces and create beautiful designs using a variety of colors, patterns and textures, according to the company.
With urban industrial style rising in popularity, Brickwork offers a modern twist on traditional design, using random shade variation and distressed edging to emulate brick found in refurbished metropolitan architecture. Expanding Daltile’s wood-look tile offerings, Saddle Brook XT extends the popular flooring option to the outdoors. StepWise technology ensures superior slip-resistance, creating outdoor spaces as beautiful and functional, as interior rooms.
For a more neutral look, Affinity offers a soft color palette that can set the stage for a variety of design styles. The timeless, both in form and function, Formula collection, available in seven natural colors and polished and unpolished finishes, provides a durable, stylish solution for high-traffic spaces.
With a unique, eye-catching look, Render Metals includes four striking patterns and four metallic shades that enable customers to create a trend-forward, yet low-maintenance, customized design.
Composed of 99% recycled stone, Lithoverde combines the sophistication of marble and limestone, presented in a unique linear stacked surface, with modern sustainability. For a new twist on traditional granite, Textured Stone offers a bold, textured natural stone option that is ideal for residential or commercial designs.
Finally, extensions to the bath accessories and One Quartz Surfaces lines offer even more options for customers as they complete the look of a room from wall to floor and everywhere in between.
“Customers are becoming even bolder with their designs,” said Kim Albrecht, senior brand marketing manager for Daltile. “Whether they want tile to be the centerpiece, or play a supporting role to show off their space, Daltile products can help them imagine the possibilities.”
For more information, visit daltile.com.