It’s rare to find a marble look that is entirely striking and unique, but this simple concept from Flor Gres for Florim takes marble to a whole other level. B&W Marble removes a lot of nuance often present in the waving shades and veins of the natural stone, focusing solely on the most distinct of colours – black and white.
In eight styles the monochrome makes its mark, from the prominent and powerful colourblocking of Flow, to the large fractured elements of Fragment, to the bubbled surface look of Pebble. Each provide a strong personality and unmistakable essence of style with an unmistakable presence.
The range is not too far removed from the nature that inspired it, however the clean black and white palette sings of modernity and ordered design. There are nine formats available (from 1,600 by 3,200mm, to 300 by 600mm), two thicknesses (6mm and 10mm), and two surface finishes (matt and high-gloss), as well as a large range of decor elements to complement the larger format slabs.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, November 2019.