A Mix of Metallics

Seams of gold, brushed metal mosaics, and glistening backdrops. The metallic tiles at Cersaie added a touch of magic to the stands, displays, and scenes they were presented in. So for lovers of glitz and glam, this one’s for you.


Three metallic shades – Copper, Gold, and Metal – make up Porcelanosa‘s metal mosaics, each offering a unique pattern of curves and strokes scratched across the surface and playing with light from every angle.

Ocean and Waterfall

Studio DOC presented a wide variety of metallic infusion designs, from swirling waves and crackled bark, to botanical wallpapers and veined stone. Altering relief, texture, and glaze, these glossy gold elements made themselves known.

Joliet and Nebula

High gloss elongated subway tiles with an undulated surface decor make up Aparici‘s Joliet Toffee tiles. A different take on subway tiles, Porcelanosa‘s Nebula Brown add an irregular dappled texture with contrasting glazes and varying shades of glossy hazelnut.


Paint-like streaks, raised seams of gold and irregular blankets of gunmetal grey add unique decor to Ceramiche Brennero‘s stone-look metallic mashups.


A mash-up of many greats – texture, wallpaper, metallics, and the tropics – Cotto d’Este‘s Wonderwall sits happily in many camps. Leaves camouflaged amongst a melange of stripes, ripples, and bumps add subtle decor across the soft matt gold surface.

A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, November 2023.

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