This year’s Cersaie has given us so much to talk about from so many different companies – a delightfully eclectic mix of patterns, trends, and textures. And luckily, there is still more to share. The earthy Techland collection from Natucer added a vibrant warmth to the stand that was hard to miss. A variety of shapes, formats, and surface decors in Fire, Basalt, and Natural Cotto are featured in this organic looking hand-crafted range. They are suitable for a range of spaces including swimming pools, gardens, and high traffic areas.
A cool neutral toned range from Ceracasa brought together two disparate designs – the soft, waving, water marble effect, and harsh geometric decor elements. Manhattan Gloss’ unique appearance can be utilised in a variety of settings due to its large range of sizes – from 70 by 280 mm to 530 by 1,060mm.
Another, but completely different, set of neutrals come from Mutina. The black and white range Chymia features faux mosaics and faux grout lines, faintly textured pieces and organic themed imagery. They come in one size (300 by 300mm) and the range contains 22 elements, 11 textures, can be mixed and matched to produce varied visuals.
Finally from Energie Ker comes the extremely attention-grabbing faux graffiti slab range. Decoro graffiti in white, grey, and beige is a ceramic wallpaper with attitude. The cartoon imagery and stylised lettering are combined with a rusted metal-look design to give an urban, worn city-wall feel, complementing the collection.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, October 2019.