Hexagonal porcelain: Gramercy by Nemo Tile + Stone

Nemo Tile + Stone has launched Gramercy, a collection inspired by the history of the Manhattan neighborhood for which it is named.

Available in a variety of solids, reliefs, tredi and graphic patterns, the new hexagonal porcelain collection is also available in a selection of styles and patterns, all of them a result of a digital printing process that allows Gramercy to serve as an alternative to marble or mosaic patterns.

Though made of porcelain, Gramercy’s color palette and digital printing gives the collection the washed, faded look of a cement tile. The new collection is applicable on walls and floors in residential, retail and hospitality settings.

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