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The new Stone Age porcelain collection offers fresh, modern designs

October 2018

Stone Age has brought out a versatile new range of porcelain tiles featuring fresh and modern designs.  Suitable for both interior and exterior projects, inspiration is drawn from nature: rock, stone and marble.  These sit side by side with concrete-influenced designs and neutral colourways for a sleek, elegant finish.

With the advances in technology, digital printing methods can achieve similar designs to natural alternatives, at an attractive cost and with relatively short production times. Designs likened to concrete with a slightly textured finish include the pale Dover; while the richer Grey takes it cue from stone.  Marble fans will love the Arabascato, Calacatta and Statuary: similar to marble from Carrara in a white palette with grey marbling; while St Lauren offers a deeper grey marble.

Darren Hopkins, Showroom Manager, says: “We brought out the porcelain range further to demand for a low or no maintenance finish.  Popular for commercial projects and high footfall areas, it is durable and cost-effective.  Porcelain is also the perfect solution for high impact areas in homes such as children's bathrooms which tend to experience more wear and tear.  This completes the hard floor offering available at Stone Age for a one-stop shop for clients.”

More at www.stone-age.co.uk

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