Ceramique Internationale launches  soft-toned limestone collection

Ceramique Internationale launches soft-toned limestone collection

November 2019

Ceramique Internationale has launched a new collection of soft-toned limestone-effect porcelain tiles, designed to suit English interior tastes.

Chalon, produced by Italian manufacturer Casalgrande Padana, is available in four earthy, neutral tones - Beige, Cream, Khaki (pictured), and Grey – that match the current domestic demand for soft, warm, shades and subtle tonality.

Featuring a certified anti-slip rating and sophisticated matt finish, this classic limestone-effect collection combines good looks and practicality to showcase the premium quality of Italian-made tiles and is suitable for use both indoors and outdoors.  The collection is available in 300 by 600mm and a 600 by 600mm square, and features matching mosaic tiles.

Chalon has the added benefit of durability as it is factory-guaranteed against staining, so no additional maintenance is required to ensure these tiles look as good in 25 years as they do today.

Peter Vann, Director of Ceramique Internationale, said: “We’re really excited to introduce Chalon to our portfolio because it offers a unique and expressive colour palette that we know our customers will love. 

These tiles are very versatile and provide a stunning, classic look in any room from the bathroom to a modern kitchen and, thanks to their excellent quality, they are an ideal choice for a creating the seamless indoor-outdoor design that is so on-trend right now.”
T: 0113 231 0218  W: www.tilesandmosaics.co.uk

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