Walker Zanger Studio Glass Tiles

June 3, 2021

Walker Zanger recently introduced Walker Zanger Studio, an affordable luxury line of tiles that includes a collection made of recycled glass. Offering clean sophistication for the hardest working  spaces, these glass tiles meet the current demand for intricately designed, cost-effective and recycled materials.

The recycled glass tiles are produced by melting down waste glass in furnaces heated to a temperature exceeding 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The molten glass is then formed into shapes, hand-trimmed and individually sanded to its final form. This careful artistry gives each tile both a professional finish and a hand-crafted appeal.

The glass tile assortment includes field tile and mosaics with a Carrara marble look in oval, mini hexagon, chevron and herringbone patterns. The durable nature of glass and the neutral color palette make this collection a seamless fit for practically any environment.

In addition to the recycled glass, the Walker Zanger Studio collection also offers natural stone, ceramic and cement – more than 30 tile options in total.

For North American tile design resource Walker Zanger, the commitment to green products is evidenced through its increased use of materials like recycled glass. An eco-friendly material that also uses inkjet application for precise designs, recycled glass has the ability to replicate the look of other less durable materials.