Anatolia Tile + Stone launches Form and Station porcelain collections

Anatolia Tile + Stone launched two new porcelain tile collections focused on the commercial and residential markets: Form and Station.

Station Shadow and Ash 10 x 24 half hexagon

Toronto– Anatolia Tile + Stone launched two new porcelain tile collections focused on the commercial and residential markets: Form and Station.

Station is a classic midcentury terrazzo look reinvented for contemporary spaces. The collection is inspired by the traditional, poured-in-place terrazzo that decorates the walkways and porticos crisscrossing Bologna. Showcased in four understated colors, the Station graphic is comprised of minimalistic light-colored stone aggregate, all naturally uniform in shape and grouped tightly together for a consistent look. Three field tile shapes are all in rectified color body glazed porcelain, 12 x 24, 32 x 32 and a unique offering in 10 x 24 half hexagon. The half hexagon is designed to be used as a field tile either in a single color or to make an endless combination of color and format patterns.

Form is a handmade cement tile look. It is available in five field tile colors in both square and hexagon formats. Boasting over 20 different patterns in the program, antique hand-decorated motifs and contemporary interpretations are offered in four color ways. Styles span from minimalistic modern to mid-century retro patterns and classic floral designs from ancient damask forms. Available in an 8 x 8 porcelain format with a smooth finish and thick premium feel, the collection can be used for floor, wall, backsplash, interior and exterior applications. With the designer in mind, each design is available individually or as a mix.

Both Form and Station are frost resistant, pass DCOF and can be installed in wet areas as well as both interior and exterior applications. A full suite of merchandising displays and catalogs are also available.