March 29, 2021
The firm presents white interiors inspired by genuine marble, and a minimalist aesthetic created by placing ceramic tiles in exquisite arrangements on the wall.
Bookmatching has enriched interior design, creating a unique effect when wall or floor tiles are placed alongside each other.
Porcelanosa has expanded its Marmi collection as a result of this booming trend, creating luminous and original marble effect interiors that turn walls into works of art.
What is bookmatching?
Marble look bookmatching involves placing tiles alongside each other, seamlessly joining the veins to create a mirror effect on the wall.
The standout Porcelanosa marble collections you can bookmatch include Dolomiti Bookmatch and Baltic Bookmatch, two ranges that reproduce the polished shine and texture of genuine marble.
1. Infinite spaces with Dolomiti bookmatch
Dolomiti Bookmatch perfectly mimics the appearance of classic marble, with delicate veins that add bright accents to spaces.
Above all in interiors designed in neutral tones (white, beige or grey) with simple lines.
Dolomiti Bookmatch tiles (Marmi Marble Ceramics) are available in a 59.6 cm x 150 cm x 1 cm format, and can be used to create an array of vertical motifs in rectified, gloss and variegated finishes.
59.6 cm x 150 cm
2. Baltic Bookmatch, for ultra sophisticated interiors
Drawing on white Carrara marble, the Baltic Bookmatch wall tile features a more diffuse arrangement of grey veins on the 59.6 cm x 150 cm x 1 cm format tiles, with four installation options available.
The collection is the perfect match for classic yet modern kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms with a distinctive edge.
59.6 cm x 150 cm