Nemo Tile + Stone’s latest collection, Gramercy, takes inspiration from the rich history and elegance of the Manhattan neighbourhood after which it is named.
Available in an extensive variety of solids, reliefs, and graphic patterns, this new hexagonal porcelain range delivers a sense of upscale affluence commonly associated with the brownstones and apartment buildings of this New York neighborhood.
The wide range of styles and pattern options are a result of an advanced digital printing process which allows Gramercy to serve as a competitive alternative to marble or mosaic patterns. Decoro Mix Bianco and Avorio come in 17 various graphics in a box. Relief patterns come in four various graphics in a box.
Although made of porcelain, Gramercy’s muted colour palette and digital printing gives the collection the faded look reminiscent of cement tiles. The new collection is suitable for use walls and floors in residential, retail, and hospitality settings.
A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, December 2017.