The new Claymood collection in porcelain stoneware by Ceramiche Piemme is designed to recreate the effect of concrete, but be as easy to lay and maintain as tiles. The digital printing processes used reproduce the surface of mortar to create floorings with a minimalist feel.
Claymood also features a line of wall tiles inspired by natural materials and by artisan clay work. The colour palette offers four shades of grey and sand, with hazy effects and shadings, which, combined with the 3D stone effect and mosaic surfaces, and the wide range of sizes, make the Claymood one of Piemme’s most complete and flexible ranges.
The colour options are grey, pearl grey, sand and taupe (dark beige). the format options are 300 by 300, 450 by 900, 300 by 600, 600 by 600, 800 by 800 and 600 by 1,200mm. Decorative surface options are 3D Rock in 150 by 900mm and mosaics. There are also two third-fired decorations: Shape Murano and Shape Florence, both 600 by 600mm.
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