November 7, 2018 | Updated: November 29, 2018


Trend: lounges with a toffee flavour

The arrival of the autumn brings warm spaces where caramel colours lead the way.

The materials from Porcelanosa, Venis, L´Antic Colonial, Butech and Urbatek provide any interior design project with character and cosiness.

Though up for comfort, enjoyment and escapism; the lounge becomes one of the liveliest rooms in a house, especially in autumn where comfort and calmness are represented by toffee colours.

In order to achieve this atmosphere, the eight firms from the PORCELANOSA Group offer different designs and materials which help to create majestic lounges full of sophistication and charm, all through their collections. We are dealing with distinction and taste alike.

Metallic dynamism

The Colors Aluminium Chocolate and Worn Copper tones that can be found in the Metal Mosaics mosaics from L´Antic Colonial provide a feeling of warmth with their irregular textured interwoven tiles. Their colours can light up the different elements of a room in a natural way. These features are also present in the wall tiles from the Stone Mosaics series, specifically, those in the Form Abstract Cream. Their geometrical shapes combine different types of tiles and textures. We are dealing with faint sobriety which never goes out of fashion.

Unchanging industrial style

Bluestone Acero from STON-KER, a firm which belongs to Porcelanosa and Venis, shows its most industrial touch through its blue nuance finishes. A reflection which achieves a perfect balance when combined with the PAR-KER ceramic parquet. Above all, with the fine white in the Chester Blanco model.

In order to create higher visual contrast, the Viena Cognac model brings more superior tones with a matt finish and a greater definition in the wood graining. For its part, the Prada (HIGH-KER) rectified porcelain tile, in the 100cmx100cm format, provides higher consistency in its stone finish.

Cement and marble for interiors

The resistance of the through-body porcelain from Urbatek can be seen in the CORE collection, inspired by the cement textures. Its rough composition makes a contrast with the softness of its white, Sand, Grey and Coal colours.

The Cover collection shows that concrete effect in the Silver and Sand tones alike. Both finishes are characterised because its surface has a huge number of colour nuances and variations. This feeling of comfort also characterises the Morse collection, whose light tones and weak reliefs can be found in the 59.6cmx59.6cm format in a Narture finish.

Materials with their own brightness and endless possibilities. The same applies to the Premium XLIGHT extra-slim ceramic. The Savage collection offers quality, resistance and durability in a marble finish.

Colour richness for comfort

Venis has opted for sensorial comfort through its Starwood collection. Inspired by natural wood, the 20 tones offered by this ceramic wood make it possible for it to be included in any architectural project.

Regarding the Newport range, whose Premium character is inspired by cement, it offers a subtle pattern which is devoid of baroque styles. Its Nature series is available in a large 100cmx100cm format and in the: Natural, Acero and Dark Grey finishes.

Based on stone, the Madagascar collection has been created with two decorated wall tiles: Ona and Zeus; as well as three nude tones, namely: white, beige and natural.

Underfloor heating for warm spaces

The Micro-Stuck wall tiles balance the toffee-toned floor tiles. The quality of the home improves with the underfloor heating by Butech, whose feeling of comfort and relaxation make the lounge become a real cosy space.

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