Ceramique Internationale’s recently launched Cutstone tile collection delivers a backdrop “as dramatic as the ancient Lakeland stone it is inspired by,” the company says.
Burlington stone, which has been quarried from the heart of the Lake District for more than 400 years, is said to inform the tone and texture of these large format 600x1200mm porcelain wall and floor tiles.
Offered in four neutral shades – graphite, smoke, sand and white – Cutstone tiles are characterised by indiscriminate white veining on a matt finish. Distinctive tone changes reflect their natural origins,.and no two tiles are alike.
Peter Vann, managing director of Ceramique Internationale, said: “The visually compelling Cutstone range, from Spanish manufacturer Baldocer, will provide a distinguished backdrop to any space.
“Their understated tones reflect the subtle beauty of the Lake District, while their very large size and unique finish are sure to make a matchless statement on walls and floors.”