March 25, 2020

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PORCELANOSA Group’s ceramic tile collections usher in the spring with new prints and floral motifs

Several of the multinational’s firms have opted for vibrant tones, matt finishes, and plays of volumes, breathing luminosity into spaces.

These floor and wall tiles go beyond the purely decorative, rejuvenating any room with more natural, uniform textures.

For the new arrival of spring, PORCELANOSA Group presents several collections drawing on natural textures and neutral tones to give a fresh, original feel to your projects.

The theme runs through ranges from Porcelanosa, Venis, L’Antic Colonial and Urbatek. They feature an artisanal finish and brightness reminiscent of the style of 19th century ceramics used to dress palaces and colonial mansions.

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From Nasrid art to retro vintage style

One such collection is Craft from L’Antic Colonial, in Flower, Butterfly,  Crown Palace, and Spaces finishes, marking a return to ancient Nasrid art with geometric and botanical forms, and blue, yellow, and white as the protagonists. And being anti-slip, they are the perfect option for bathrooms and bedrooms, offering excellent resistance and lightness.

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White is another driving theme in Dakar wall tiles from Venis. The combination of soft, undulating lines in the series convert walls into artistic murals, conjuring up desert sand dunes.

The tiles – such as the Toscana Deco and Antique series, both from Porcelanosa – are the perfect partner for minimalist or vintage interiors. Inspired by early twentieth century French modernism, the cement tiles have been designed as small collector’s pieces, with floral motifs that become a decorative element in a room.

Nordic style with STUC Ice Deco

STUC Ice Deco is just one of the sintered mineral compact products by Urbatek, within the XTONE range. Drawing from a starting point of sandstone, the series adds breadth, warmth, and luminosity to spaces, redefining limits with the purest of whites.

Spring is blooming, and so are ceramics.


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