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(Courtesy 3form)
(Courtesy 3form)

Updated neutral tones, fresh takes on metallics, and innovative textures make it easier to achieve a distinctive look than ever before.

Full Circle: Kathali
3form

The Kathali line features wood shavings from rebuilding 
efforts after the devastating 2015 earthquake in Nepal and celebrates the brand’s collaborations with Nepalese craftspeople and business leaders. Local artisans paint the raw material a variety of gray, brown, and tan hues before the wood pieces are suspended in the brand’s Varia Ecoresin or glass.

(Courtesy BermanGlass)

Levels Kiln Cast Glass
BermanGlass

The latest collection of 12 
designs from Forms+Surfaces combines BermanGlass’s casting technologies with the lamination abilities of VividGlass. The line combines four colored, graphic, or image layers with three varieties of textured glass for a wide range of visual effects.

(Courtesy Marazzi USA)

Luminescence 
Marazzi USA

The Luminescence collection of glass rectangle mosaics from Marazzi adds depth in the kitchen and bath by creating the look of
 a beveled surface. The three-by-four-inch tiles are made of artisanal poured glass and available in eight pearlescent colors.

(Courtesy Daltile)

Idyllic Blends
Daltile

Available in a two-inch hexagon or random linear mosaic mesh-mounted tiles, the geometrically inspired Idyllic Blends collection brings together warm and cool tones. The decorative accent for walls and backsplashes can be specified in one of four nature-inspired color families.

(Courtesy AGC)

Matelac T
AGC

Two of AGC’s popular back-painted glasses
are now available in temperable varieties, making them suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Available in a range of ten colors, the satin Matelac T (shown) and the glossy Lacobel T are both Cradle to Cradle Bronze certified.

(Courtesy Skyline Design)

Transcend by Suzanne Tick
Skyline Design

Textile designer Suzanne Tick turns her attention
to glass with the new Transcend line for Skyline Design. Inspired by the textures and colors of concrete, worn metal, and marble, the line comes in six etched and printed patterns that can be combined by overlapping or fading the designs, and in transparent, translucent, and opaque options.

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