30 November 2020
The firm has perfected the design of finishes that reproduce the natural shine of sedimentary and organic rocks in its range of floor and wall tiles.
Porcelanosa returns to ancient stone in its new collections of floor and wall tiles. Inspired by limestone, slate and sandstone, these tiles from the firm pair the rocks' beauty and authenticity with the strength of ceramic tiles. Two qualities that reinforce the timelessness so characteristic of the firm's overall design.
Putting simplicity and harmony ahead of all else, collections such as Noir, Fossil and Hermitage can be used to create more expansive, limitless spaces thanks to their natural finishes and grey and beige tones.
This apparent neutrality marries perfectly with industrial or Nordic interiors, with their minimalist aesthetic and uniform colours. This can be seen in Noir, with a soft surface and fine veins that will add luminosity to spaces such as living rooms and bathrooms, available in four shades: Silver, Topo, Acero and Caliza. If you want to enrich your space even further, you could include plant-inspired accent tiles (Spiga Noir and Hojas Noir). The leaves in Acero and Caliza will transform your walls into a backdrop of fallen leaves, with sculpted branches on the surface forming an artistic relief with beautiful movement.
The greyish contrasts of Fossil are what makes it stand out, with a surface based on sedimentary rocks in the two series: Silver and Acero. In a 120 cm x 120 cm and 59.6 cm x 59.6 cm format for floor tiles, and 59.6 cm x 150 cm for walls, the collection's undulating lines and faded colours make every piece even more authentic, turning them into sculptural works. This effect also runs through its accent tiles - Line Fossil (Silver and Acero), with fine horizontal lines narrowing and widening in harmony, adding depth to any space.
Hermitage Antracita 59.6 cm x 120 cm
With the look of sedimentary stone, but highly resistant to extreme temperatures, blows and scratches, Hermitage floor tiles (59.6 cm x 120 cm) work well with various styles thanks to their grainy finish and intertwining veins. Available in several shades: Antracita, Topo, Acero and Caliza, Hermitage they will give a sense of continuity to spaces with their limitless and hyperrealistic design.