This year’s Natural Stone Show will be joined at ExCeL, London, by a new sister show: Hard Surfaces. From 30th April to 2nd May 2019, buyers will be presented with a powerful line up of ceramic, porcelain, conglomerate, ultra compact, and natural stone surface solutions, making this a must-visit event for retailers, distributors, contractors, and specifiers alike.
Wednesday 1st May 2019 will see a series of talks organised and Chaired by Tile & Stone Journal’s Editor, Joe Simpson. These sessions are free to attend and will take place in South Gallery Room 6, accessed from the back of the Hard Surfaces Show. Guarantee your seat at: https://eventdata.uk/Forms/Form.aspx?FormRef=HSS49Visitor&TrackingCode=HS
Exhibitors will include Love Tiles. Typical of this exciting factory’s output is Splash which fuses a commitment to colour with smooth surfaces. This collection delivers an elegant and soft paintbrush effect. The bold colours are highlighted by a slight texture reminiscence of plaster.
Whether for bolder settings, accentuating the contemporary look, or for more neutral spaces, Splash’s elements are contrasting but complementary. The minimalistic and structured decors tread the line between a more vintage appearance and the vigour of contemporary spaces.
From neutral tones - White, Cream, Grey, Tortora, and Anthracite - through to vibrant - Blue, Orange, Red, and Green - the chromatic spectrum is highly original.
Elaborated with digital print technology, Splash was developed to become a one-step solution capable of giving answer to both architectural and decoration demands. This collection presents two sizes of wall tile - 200 by 600mm and 350 by 1,000mm rectified, and two floor tiles - 608 by 608mm and 599 by 599mm rectified - that are perfect for modern architecture. More at: https://www.lovetiles.com/en
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