Distributor Ceramique Internationale has launched an exclusive new range of large format stone-effect tiles, harnessing the trend for natural materials.
Stoneline is a collection of porcelain tiles inspired by the simple and unrefined surfaces found in nature, comprising a 300 by 600mm tile and a larger 600 by 600mm square tile, suitable for use on both walls and floors.
Responding to the current trend for adding natural elements in the home, Stoneline is available in four authentic shades – Natural, Grey, Light Grey and Anthracite – which capture the elegant nuances of natural stone and are perfect for creating stylish, modern interiors.
The cost-effective collection produces the sought-after stone effect with the value-adding benefit of single calibre rectified production. Porcelain offers durability, easy maintenance and moisture and scratch resistance.
Stoneline co-ordinates well with wood, marble and copper for an on-trend mixed material look and is rectified as standard – making it ideal for creating seamless continuous surfaces in popular open-plan living areas. A lappato polished surface adds the final touch to this series.
Peter Vann, Director of Ceramique Internationale, said: “Stoneline is an extremely versatile range that has the ability to transform any room with the beautiful and popular effect of genuine stone. Thanks to its various colour offerings and competitive price, we expect this collection to be very well received as it captures the same true-to-life look as natural stone for a fraction of the price and difficulty.”
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