Elegant stone range offers a sublime finish

Elegant stone range offers a sublime finish

June 2017

Stone, granite and marble are all available in the Uniquestone collection from Ceramiche Piemme.  Suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, this elegant product is easy to lay and maintain.

Previewed in the USA at the Coverings, Uniquestone is fruit of the continuous R&D on materials and digital technologies. The natural finish, for example, recreates in detail the textured effect of the various minerals that inspire it; while the polished version adds elegance and brilliance.

The collection includes five colours (silk, sand, silver, titanium and nite) that range from the lighter silk shade through to the darker nite colour.

The full-body porcelain tiles are available in a variety of formats:  300 by 600, 600 by 600, 800 by 800 and 600 by 1,200mm.  A Chevron decorative element, 100 by 530mm, is available if a herringbone pattern is required.

The range also offers three 3D wall coverings that reproduce the effect of hand-processed stone.  The three options are Level, a large tile (600 by 1,200mm) featuring the four textured effects that inspired Uniquestone; Iced which recreates the veined effect of stone with a fine polished effect on the top; and Maya with a geometric design, available in ton-sur-ton or in a range of shades that can easily be matched.
 W: www.ceramichepiemme.it

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