The “timeless quality” of natural slate and limestone has inspired the latest tile collection from Ceramique Internationale – the first to be unveiled following a recent partnership with Portuguese producer Gresco.
Solidium and Studio are both described as on-trend 300x600mm large porcelain wall and floor tiles.
Solidium offers a three-dimensional effect, replicating fine-grained slate in three “distinctive but understated” grey and beige organic tones, designed to create a stand-out look in any space.
The natural feel of Studio is said to be drawn from limestone, reproduced in three muted grey, beige and white shades with subtle surface characteristics, aimed to create an ageless and enduring aesthetic.
Gresco has secured a leading position in domestic and international markets since being founded in 1990, the company says, creating tiles made from white body clay and porcelain.
Director of Ceramique Internationale, Peter Vann, said: “Gresco tiles deliver the high quality, style, durability and value that are hallmarks of Ceramique Internationale. The Solidium and Studio tiles are expertly produced to offer a stand-out – and of course outstanding – look which combines perfectly with both traditional and modern interiors. We’re delighted to add them to our portfolio.”