Winsome Wow

Mesmerising, hypnotic and uber cool, Wow’s decorative tile portfolio that would grace the showroom of any aspirational retailer around the world. It should also prove a hit with architects and designers as it offers a great opportunity to express creativity in surprisingly innovative ways. Continue reading Winsome Wow

Terrazzo by Ornamenta

Outstanding Ornamenta

Ornamenta is one of the very few tile companies with the commercial courage to stay ahead of the pack, to take risks and to experiment. Cutting-edge industrial processes are combined with painstaking workmanship to create utterly unique collections. Ornamenta delivers creative freedom and offers a tailor-made approach to tile design. Continue reading Outstanding Ornamenta

Fusta by Fanal

Spanish Surprises

Mimicking the look of pressed wood chips, the Fusta Collection from Fanal brings a raw and natural look to floors and walls. This polished glazed porcelain range is available in a 450 by 1,180mm rectified format. Continue reading Spanish Surprises

Street Art by Saloni

Spanish Selection

The Street Art collection from Saloni takes its inspiration from street art graphics that are rich and full of nuances. The collection’s design balance results in a timeless product, that sports a neutral and natural chromatic range, but one with a modern, urban and industrial spirit. Continue reading Spanish Selection

Flair by Naxos

Italian Idioms

Ceramica Vogue’s Confetti collection, designed by Marcante-Testa, features ‘graphic inspired patterns evocative of a present perfect capable of guarding the most intimate aspects of people and their memory.’ Designed for those homes and restaurants and hotels seeking a domestic dimension, this range provides humour, and a lightness of touch. Continue reading Italian Idioms

Smot by Dado

Italian Instincts

Tile Addict’s ongoing preview of Ceramics of Italy at Coverings selects some stunning Italian products – all recently launched – that will be lighting up the aisles at Coverings in Atlanta. Continue reading Italian Instincts

Grunge Concrete by Diesel Living and Iris Ceramica

Diesel Departures

This year Diesel Living and Iris Ceramica have explored that world suspended between past and present; a land of strong colours and bold personality. The result is Glass Blocks, Synthetic Tape, Synthetic Studs, Metal Perf and Cement Mexican. Here diverse materials, such as glass, cement and metal, provide the sources of inspiration. They have been interacted and blended to deliver a new vision of urban living. Continue reading Diesel Departures

Fleur de Bois Chevron Choco by Ceramiche Piemme

Previewing Piemme

Ceramiche Piemme’s new Fleur de Bois range is a walnut-inspired wood-effect collection that features a new mix of American walnut and Italian walnut. It’s key selling point is the highly naturalistic look delivered with the aid of advanced digital technologies. Continue reading Previewing Piemme

Jasper ITopker Moka Abujardado by Inalco

Water-based Innovation

H2O IPlus Full Digital processes are thus being billed as a revolution for the ceramic industry, since this innovative water-based  technology allows the creation of collections with an outstanding resolution, that are also sustainable and environmentally friendly.  As Inalco’s own recent production show, these production advances can deliver highly naturalistic surfaces inspired by materials such as stone, marble or wood: ceramic designs full of sensory appeal. Continue reading Water-based Innovation

Designer Distress

FS Briati, a new porcelain range designed for Peronda by Francisco Segarra, combines two concepts from the same design trend to highly decorative effect: cement effects and vintage cement tiles in a 452 by 452mm format. Continue reading Designer Distress

Street Art 450 by 900mm Gris, Formwork 450 by 900mm Gris, M Art Rojo 300 by 300mm and Street Art 600 by 600mm Grafito by Saloni

Streetwise Saloni

At this year’s Cevisama, one of the ranges that typified Saloni’s approach to tile design and manufacture was Street-Art. Produced in three formats – 450 by 900mm, 600 by 600mm, and 300 by 600mm – this suite of porcelain floor and wall tiles takes its inspiration from street art graphics that are rich and full of nuances. Continue reading Streetwise Saloni