May 16, 2018 | Updated: December 11, 2019


Natural Stone effect sets the trend in interior design

Porcelanosa and Venis collections explore new atmospheres and stone designs

The versatility of this material enhances the aesthetic of outdoor and indoor walls, as well as kitchen fronts.

Natural stone effect makes its way into interior design through stone aesthetic. A sophisticated and timeless trend capable of transforming interior spaces.

The Piacentina stone realism

Elegance comes from simple shapes, from spaces without any type of decoration. This is the premise that the Piacentina stone from the Dayton collection by Venis offers intrinsically. A material that gives a subtle and balanced texture due to its light white veins and its small golden sparkles with layers of marked oxide. Its sober and delicate design provides the set with a neutral and minimalist aesthetic in all its tones: Sand, Ash and Graphite, and its decorative versions: Duna, Croix and Deli.

Versatility in indoor wall tiles

This year, the walls also bank on this trend. The versatility of natural stone has taken control of the indoor wall tiles because it adapts to the different atmospheres and styles in the home wonderfully well.

Both the Teide and River collections, along with the STON-KER ceramic stones by Porcelanosa, offer an architectural solution that gives the atmospheres a compact, solid and granite image. A resource that enhances the resistance of the outdoor and indoor walls, as well as the kitchen fronts and the indoor walls of the shower.

Coexistence of untreated textures

Another of the most striking options is incorporating the natural stone in its most untreated version. The Mirage collection by Venis offers a refined and whimsical aesthetic in White, Cream, Silver and Dark.

A piece that can be combined with Deco Mirage. Its finish guarantees unique relief and volume, as well as simulating an original scale framework.

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