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Solus offers striking bespoke slab service

February 2019

Solus is now offering designers the opportunity to invent their own ceramic artwork by using the latest technological advancements.  For those looking for unique and intricate tiles that are not available off the shelf, bespoke slabs provide the creative freedom to invent almost any imaginable design.  Designers can achieve a totally original design, whether it is a simple pattern or a complex graphic print.  This design is then brought to life in the production process.

Production can range from a single piece to a full run of thousands of tiles.  Tiles are printed with a high quality, hard-wearing finish that is suitable for both commercial and residential wall installations.  Due to the bespoke production technique, most orders will take eight weeks to arrive from conception to completion. The tiles can then be further customised with bespoke cuttings.

Architects and designers can choose from a huge range of existing designs, including beautiful gradients, lush botanical motifs, modern tartan prints and abstract terrazzo artwork and customise them using any combination of colours from a palette of trendy muted shades.  Other existing designs include art deco inspired illustrations, structural and geometric patterns and uniform, two-tone square prints.

Alternatively, designers can submit their own graphic drawings or photographs, which can be converted to tile designs and applied to almost any sized slab from 600 by 600mm up to 1,600 by 3,200mm.

More at: www.solusceramics.com

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