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Update Your Home with These Geometric Details and Sparks of Color

By Antonia DePace | November 23, 2020 | Home & Real Estate

Since opening in 1921, Nemo Tile + Stone (nemotile.com) has expanded to six locations across the United States—one of which is in Boston’s own bustling Seaport District. Across the way, Artaic's (artaic.com) showroom is known for its intricate mosaics. Both companies just launched two new collections just in time for your home renovating needs. Here, we highlight some of our favorite options.

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A combination of the Tatami Cipria Matte, Cipria Matte and Tatami Mattone Matte tiles from the Regolo Collection, available at Nemo Tile + Stone.

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Lore in Fiesta from the GLYPH Collection, which features customizable graphic icons in every mosaic. Available at Artaic.

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From the Regolo Collection, the Flat Panno (wall) and Flat Lunarua (floor) ceramic tiles come in an ultramatte finish.

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The Lore Fern mosaics provide a cheerful backdrop to any bedroom, from the GLYPH Collection.

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Tropic Moonlight brings the outdoors inside, from the GLYPH Collection.

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The Beach pattern in Aqua, GLYPH Collection, is made with 1/2-inch vitreous glass.

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The Regolo Collection tiles come in a rainbow of complementary colors, including bathroom hues like Ossido and Cipria.

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Metropolis Sapphire in indigo, GLYPH Collection.



Photography by: Regolo Photos Courtesy of New Tile + Stone; Glyph Photos Courtesy of Artaic