• Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics
  • Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics
  • Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics
  • Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics
  • Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics
  • Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics

Cersaie 2014: the charm of the passage of time shown by Venis ceramics

Monday September 29th, 2014 · PORCELANOSA Grupo

Continuing with our look back at the PORCELANOSA Group products and materials presented at the latest edition of Cersaie, held in Bologna last week, let’s discover the new Newport collection of ceramic flooring and coverings by Venis.

Venis has elegantly recovered the appearance of renovated floors and walls in historical buildings, to achieve a collection with a worn down yet modern look, which naturally conveys the effects of the passage of time, creating welcoming rooms.

White, Beige, Natural, Gray and Dark Gray are the five basic colours available for the floor and wall coverings which complete the tonal palette of the Newport collection with which Venis has charmed Cersaie’s visitors once again this year.

As well as the basic range (in 33.3x100cm format for coverings and 59.6×59.6cm format for flooring) Venis has extended the possibilities for wall decoration with five versions of reliefs also offered in the available colours. This is a variety of prints which increase the aesthetic power of ceramic, converting it into an extremely beautiful surface and with a pleasant touch capable of bringing warmth to floors and walls in all types of environments.

The subtle lines of Avenue and Century, the irregular grooves of Old, and the undulating patterns of Island and Park seem designed to set the next trends in interior design.

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  • Hello
    We want to buy ceramic tiles in our local tile shop, our choice is Venis Newport Grey. But for us of great importance because my wife is disabled on her leg, is the grade of anti-slip. Which rating (for example R10) has this tile for anti-slip? Or do you have a better advice. Tiles will be placed inside veranda but also on terrace which is partly outside.
    Thanks in advance
    Frank Vanhaute (Belgium)

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