May 2, 2016 | Updated: October 26, 2018


Spiga, the ceramic wall tile imitating wallpaper

Covering walls with both sophisticated and original wallpaper is a trend which always comes back. However, this material lacks the optimum properties which the ceramic materials are provided with, as well as both their high resistance and maintenance, as well as its easy-to-clean properties.

Following that line of combining both versatility and quality, the PORCELANOSA Group’s firm, Porcelanosa, presents Spiga, a new series of rectified ceramic wall tiles with textured volume that imitates the wallpaper. In a lustre finish and a 45x120cm format, this collection turns out to be ideal for any space, either for a bathroom with a high humidity concentration or for a demanding contract project.

In addition to its durability and character, Spiga stands out because of its beauty, elegance and sobriety. The collection’s design is based on a delicate composition of vertical lines whose textured finish imitates small linked spikes. Its design, aesthetically perfect, achieves an impressive continuous effect by making the joints disappear among the pieces.

The Spiga collection by Porcelanosa presents itself as the ideal one to use in interiors, either retro or vintage, and also for those contemporary projects where the objective is making a corner stand out.

Because of its exclusive character and format, this new series of ceramic wall tiles has been included in the Premium Collection products selection.  It is available in three different colours: Spiga Topo; Spiga Blue; and Spiga White.

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