Our previous article on Cersaie‘s curiosities barely scratched the surface of all the design delights from the show. Today we have a selection of four more companies who have created a little something to talk about. This piece by Ceramica Sant’Agostino has a slight 70s flair and an interesting format (250mm by 750mm) that draws the eye away from the grout lines to create the appearance of a cohesive wallpaper. The combination of classic primary colours in muted tones adds to the 70s aesthetic whilst the subtle texture featured on the pattern provides a touch more intrigue and further detail.
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