New wax-effect brick tile range is added to Ceramique Internationale’s portfolio

New wax-effect brick tile range is added to Ceramique Internationale’s portfolio

September 2019

Ceramique Internationale has launched a new collection of brick-shaped glazed wall tiles, suitable for bathroom and kitchen walls.  

Perfect for bringing tranquillity to the bathroom, and brightness to the kitchen, this versatile collection gives a contemporary flair to a traditional look.

Offering powerful personality, the Farrow collection is available in a traditional 100 by 300mm brick size and comprises seven soft and soothing colours, including Ivory, Light Grey, Mid Grey, and Charcoal.

Also featured in the range are Antibe Blue and Emperor Red; deep, rich colours that are ideal for feature walls.

Produced by Italian manufacturer Ragno, the surface of these tiles has a gentle undulation that reflects light in different directions and, unlike other glazed brick tiles, Farrow has a delicate waxy shine that is claimed to be much more alluring than a flat, full gloss tile.

Peter Vann, Director, says: “Glazed brick tiles have been a classic in kitchen and bathroom design for years.  Farrow offers a modern update on this well-loved classic.  With a selection of versatile, relaxing shades, we expect this of-the-moment collection to be a new customer favourite.”
T: 0131 231 0218  E: info@cmq-int.co.uk  W: www.tilesandmosaics.co.uk

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