Cooperation in Colorplay

Marazzi‘s new collection features a range of soft inviting neutrals designed to act in partnership with bolder hues or work with more elaborate decors. In keeping with the trend identified by Ceramics of Italy, this delightful mix of colours is on the muted side, each evoking calm.

Marazzi new tile collection Colorplay Cream and Decoro Brush Cream (300x900mm)
Colorplay Cream and Decoro Brush Cream (300x900mm)
Marazzi new tile collection Colorplay Sage (300x900mm)
Colorplay Sage (300x900mm)

Colorplay’s base shades Cream, Sage, Taupe, and White, and the darker Anthracite and Blue have a relaxing group dynamic. Working together they form two decor styles- Decoro Tiles which play with geometric shapes and Decoro Brush which is comprised of soft stroke lines in contrasting colours. Cream, Taupe, and Sage make up one group, giving an earthy appearance, and White, Anthracite and Blue combine for a cooler union.

Marazzi new tile collection Colorplay Blue Struttura Cobochon (300x900mm)
Colorplay Blue Struttura Cobochon (300x900mm)
Marazzi new tile collection Colorplay Cream, Cream Decor Tiles, and Sage Struttura 3D Mikado (300x900mm)
Colorplay Cream, Cream Decor Tiles, and Sage Struttura 3D Mikado (300x900mm)

Two structure patterns feature 3D relief in the shape of an elongated hexagon (Cobochon) and ridges (Mikado). A single size (300 by 900mm) is offered across the style options, with a 300 by 300mm mosaic provided in each colour. The calming colours, subtle sculptural elements and the varied decors enable this new collection to work effortlessly with the latest interior trends.

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A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, July 2019.

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