During these winter months, any interior designer’s main challenge is to create warm and cozy atmospheres so that time seems to be immovable in them. A strong reason why the earth, beige and brown colours, as well as the textures based on stone or wood, gain particular relevance.
Aesthetic trends which set out the collections from the eight firms from the PORCELANOSA Group with new ideas and decorative elements. Spaces focused on reading and group enjoyment. An outline of a calm and peaceful life.
In that continuous search for warmth, natural wood is one of the favourite materials for any room in the house. The authenticity and dynamism among the elements turn out to be two of the characteristics which the Downtown collection by L’Antic Colonial incorporates. Its four colours: Black Amber, Clear, Grey Payne and Neutral are characterised by their herringbone shapes and resistant composition. Pure nature for the home.
Oakwood can also be included in interior rooms such as the kitchens. This is how Gamadecor has reproduced it with the Roble Puro and Roble Alba finishes. This wood, which comes from sustainable-felling forests, offer edges which are applied with laser technology.
Warmth which is resistant to humidity
With a wood appearance, but with ceramic properties, the Delaware Nogal by PAR-KER® ceramic parquet includes that warmth which is typical of the natural material in the most humid atmospheres. This is similar to what is happening with the Nebraska Coffee collection by Starwood. We are dealing with a floor tile where the transitions from light to dark colours happens in a linear manner. A journey through light.
The lightness of stone
Stone is one of the other favourite materials for the contemporary interior design. Its resistant long-lasting structure becomes lighter when combined with white, neutral and warm colours. This is what happens with the Beige Marfil colour from the Luxury series, which at the same time, is integrated in the KRIONTM Solid Surface.
This acrylic stone makes backlighting possible through its cream brushstrokes and marble veining. A sculptural touch for the house.
The natural stone mosaics have set up a new order of elements through their perspective and ability. A clear example of this is the Form collection by L’Antic Colonial. Decorative geometry for a new architectural order.
As a wall tile, the XLIGHT extra slim porcelain by Urbatek provides timeless sobriety with its Arcan collection. Its five colour options: Beige, Dark, Taupe, Grey and Corten; extend the possibilities of each area.
A sensory experience which is also portrayed in the Nature collection by Noken, the bathroom firm from the PORCELANOSA Group. A Nordic-styled piece of furniture which combines ceramic and wood in the same structure.
A design which sees no limits.