Old-world charm: Baroque porcelain tile collection from Nemo Tile + Stone

Inspired by natural wood, Baroque recreates the classic look in a digitally printed porcelain.

New York-based Nemo Tile + Stone has launched the Baroque porcelain tile collection.

Inspired by natural wood, Baroque recreates the classic look in a digitally printed porcelain. Available in both rectangular and chevron shapes, Baroque can be arranged to replicate wood plank flooring or to create a classic herringbone pattern reminiscent of flooring found in old-world mansions.

The collection comes in a range of colors, including a modern option of high-gloss black-and-white finish.

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