Coverings 2012

Coverings 2012 showcased the best in tile, represented by more than 50 countries. Many of the collections were new for the show and exemplified a trend of stylish neutrals, particularly in multi-hued whites and shades of black that complement accent colors like oranges and blues.

Apavisa’s commercial porcelain with a three-dimensional bend, acheived in the kiln.

New at Coverings 2012 is Etic from Atlas Concorde, which comes in concrete and tile looks as well as this worn wood.

Maison from Bedrosian’s Tile and Stone is made from natural marble. Random sizing in the diplay installation increases the appearance of natural variation.

Pulsar from Mosaico+ features convex tiles so tightly connected that it does not require grouting.

Part of the Roverto Cavalli collection from Ricchetti. This pattern features white leopard spots on an ivory background, and is also available in black and gray.

This metallic glazed brick from Seneca is a modern twist on a classic building material shape.

Onice from Tau is a white onyx look that can be polished to a higher shine than the authentic stone.

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