Ceramique Internationale unveils new vein-effect stone collections

Ceramique Internationale unveils new vein-effect stone collections

October 2018

Ceramique Internationale has launched two new ranges of timeless, matt surface, porcelain tiles that realistically replicate two natural stone effects.

Dallas (above) is a collection of 300 by 600mm porcelain tiles suitable for use on both walls and floors.  It is available in two soft neutral tones – grey and white – making this range suitable for creating comfortable chic home interiors or stylish commercial spaces.

This glazed collection uses digital printing technology to mimic a realistic stone effect with a vein-cut style, and introduces a non-repeating pattern for optimum authenticity.

The other new collection is Liberty (above), a porcelain tile of equal size and finish to Dallas that offers a softer alternative due to its cloudy cross cut surface effect and complex veining which runs throughout. Suitable for walls and floors, it is available in light and mid grey.

These versatile collections can make a statement when used in a continuous wall-to-floor design and look equally stylish when complemented by a feature mosaic.  As part of Ceramique Internationale’s Gemma collection, both tiles are very competitively priced, making them a great option for larger surface areas.

Director of Ceramique Internationale, Peter Vann, says: “Using natural materials to bring the outdoors in has always been popular in interior design, but with the intense realism of this porcelain substitute we’re confident that the hyper-nature fashion trend of realistic replication - without the need for maintenance - will continue to grow in popularity.”

“Expanding our value-for-money Gemma collection with these stone alternatives means we can offer this contemporary trend to our widest audience of homeowners and designers yet.”

T: 0113 231 0218
www.tilesandmosaics.co.uk

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