Tile specialist Ceramique Internationale is now offering a choice of 12 shades in its Lume collection.
The glazed Italian tiles, made by producer Marazzi, feature a contemporary take on the traditional Moroccan zellige style and have reportedly proved to be a huge hit with consumers.
A collection of 6x24cm gloss-effect porcelain stoneware tiles, Lume is manufactured in modern kilns and aimed to reproduce the charm of historic handmade zellige tiles, meaning it features irregular edges, glaze variations and lifelike flawed surfaces.
Aiming to ensure there is a colour option to suit every room in the house – from kitchens and bathrooms, to lounge areas, hallways and even bedrooms – the tile is offered in 12 shades from off white to black or turquoise, greige and forest, and even pink.
The collection is part of Italian manufacturer Marazzi’s Crogiolo range – which translates from Italian to mean ‘crucible’ or ‘melting pot’ – aimed to reflect the tile’s exotic heritage.
Director of Ceramique Internationale, Peter Vann, said: “Lume has been extremely well received over the last couple of years for both residential and commercial applications – it even won best product in the ‘finishes’ category in the international Archiproducts Design Awards. The trend for zellige-style tiles has really taken off and so we are delighted to offer a comprehensive range of exquisite colours to cater for all tastes.”