It took a while for U.S. tile manufacturers to pick up on the texture trend, but this isn’t surprising. American companies are a little slow to adopt European trends. Lately, things have been different: designers started using European textured tiles in hospitality projects and travelers started seeing the results. Now American companies are falling all over themselves to catch up with textured products. One of the latest is the Ogassian Collection by high-end tile purveyor and manufacturer Ann Sacks. Designed by Los Angeles artist and ceramicist Daniel Ogassian, the tiles feature bold, geometric forms displayed in deep relief and finished with a glaze. In person, the tiles’ tactile surface begs you to touch it. Ogassian tiles are made on two clay bodies: buff and red terracotta, with glazes to match each type. Priced at $87 per square foot, the tiles are available in various sizes and designs.