Recreating carved limestone aesthetic: Bera & Beren collection by Walker Zanger

Walker Zanger, a stone and tile company, recreated the look and feel of carved limestone through the new Bera & Beren collection of porcelain floor and ceramic wall tiles.

The collection includes wallcovering and flooring options, and a range of natural stone colors for a contemporary aesthetic in residential and commercial applications. The tile’s grains and fossil spots have subtle variations between mattes and glosses to mimic real Catalan limestone.

The textured wallcovering design “Saw” has an engraving effect of horizontal lines, while “Six” forms a patterned network of hexagons.


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The larger format floor tile measures 18 inches x 36 inches or 12 inches x 24 inches, and is offered in natural and bush hammered finishes. The bush hammered finish is nonslip. Bera & Beren tiles are available in neutral colors, including biscuit, coal, grey and white.

Photo credit: Walker Zanger

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