The US and Italian brand has also launched another series of wood-like surface tiles called Meet, alongside the Stoneways and Shapes of Italy ranges that both resemble stone.
All four collections are now viewable at VDF products fair, a platform that forms part of the Virtual Design Festival and offers designers and brands an affordable way to showcase their latest products.
The Enchant range has been designed by Caesar Ceramics to evoke wood in an effort to help its users recreate "the feeling of a real walk through nature" in any interior space.
Meet has a similar aesthetic, intended to resemble antique wood. It also features a range of decorative square tiles that can be used as inlays.
The other two collections at the fair, Stoneways and Shapes of Italy, are also made from porcelain but designed to resemble stone.
Stoneways tiles are adorned with detailing that resembles mineral veins found in rocks, while the Shapes of Italy range is modelled on different stones used in Italian art and architecture as a celebration of the country's cultural heritage.
All four collections by Caesar Ceramics are available with multiple colourways and are designed to be used on any interior surface.
Other brands that have unveiled new designs at the VDF products fair include Danish brands Fritz Hansen and Muuto and Austrian bike brand Vello.