Regalo is a collection with a concentration on composition. Designed by Lombardini 22 brand FUD for Appiani, these skinny format tiles take on texture and desaturated tones to create an enormously versatile ceramic collection.
The Regolo range is comprised of nine master shades (Panno, Lunaria, Ardesia, Ossido, Ceruleo, Cipria, Mattone, Tanè, and Tobacco) which mix neutrals with warm and cool toned colours. Textural variants of the tile include the spotted DOMINO 100 and DOMINO 50, the striped BAMBOO, and the basket weave look TATAMI. These patterns are available in a small selection of the collection’s chosen tones.
Allowing for even more compositional freedom is the Appiani mosaic collection, matching Regolo on tone and working perfectly alongside it to create a raft of unique designs. The glazed white body (75 by 300mm) stoneware tiles are ideal for use in residential, retail, and hospitality premises.
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