Dimensional marble tiles a win with luxury designers

Just heard that a new collection of three-dimensional marble tiles from Walker Zanger picked up a 2024 Luxe RED Award, proof that I wasn’t the only one who fell for the faceted and fluted surfaces of the Geometric line. Designer Brian Brown called it earlier this year in an interview. “The design community is going to eat this line up,” he predicted. adding that’s he is exited to use it in high-impact vertical applications. 

Brown sees the line of marble tiles performing well as a feature wall in a kitchen, in a powder room, or behind a headboard in a primary bedroom. His favorite color is the charcoal-like Nero, while my heart belongs to Lilac.  

Fluted marble tiles from Walker Zanger in a creamy white veined with lilac and wine toned veins, shown in a vertical application on the wall. with a glass and brass sconce and a round contemporary mirror.
Designers appreciate the ease with which the Geometric collection of marble tiles can be used in a vertical application. Shown here in Lilac, and below left in Chiffon, both fluted, a surface Brown particularly likes for its “dynamism and flow”.

Lilac is a  cool-toned statement stone with intricate plum-colored veins on a white backdrop. It’s fresh, floral, and a tiny bit unexpected.

Rosso Levanto is wine-red with white veining accented by shades of black and gray. It makes an eye-stopping entryway to focal point. 

Chiffon is a creamy white warmed by gold, taupe, and grey veins. I’ve seen these elegantly understated marble tiles used recently in particularly inviting kitchen or dining rooms.

Vicky Sanderson

A self-confessed Opinion-ista, Vicky Sanderson has been writing and talking about décor, design and lifestyle issues for almost two decades, and has tested just about every home product known to humankind.

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