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

Provençal Proposal

Suitable for floor and wall applications, Realonda’s new red body stoneware range Riga has two design options: the plainish Concrete, and the colourful Patchwork; the latter in over 30 different on-trend designs. Continue reading Provençal Proposal

Jazz by Cevica

Cevica’s Got Good Vibes

One of the stands at Cevisama that captured the move towards bolder colours and forms was Cevica. Good Vibes, a 140 by 160mm hexagonal range by French designer Pascal Turbe, offered an attractive palette that featured strong colour contrasts; while the graphics have all the strength and passion of African fabrics. Continue reading Cevica’s Got Good Vibes

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

One of the designs from the Dolce Vita collection by Vives

Vives Voyeur

Dynamism and elegance blend harmoniously in Dolce Vita: an effervescent new Vives collection that explores new directions in interior design, merging different periods and styles to create impressive spaces that are both gentle and, at the same time, pioneering. Continue reading Vives Voyeur

Groove by Keraben

Keraben’s Kursaal Kulture

The idea behind Keraben stand at Cevisama was to showcase all the group’s latest tile surfaces, formats, finishes and ideas in the Keraben Grupo Resort; a space that encapsulates the importance of wellbeing in today’s fast-paced world. Continue reading Keraben’s Kursaal Kulture

Working with Wood-effects

On STN Ceramica’s stand at Ceviusama you would have found wood-effect tiles in rude health. More than 10 ranges were featured on the main displays: Woodland, Springwood, Rainwood, Barnwood, Yukon, Foret, Lake, Mount, Asbury and Valley: and that is but a fraction of the timber-look tile in STN’s 2018 catalogue. Continue reading Working with Wood-effects

Olympos Tesalia Perla in 450 by 900mm by Saloni.

Classical Concert

Striking marble effects are the starring features and central elements of Saloni’s Olympos range. It provides a contemporary ceramic reinterpretation of marble’s chromatic range, with matt, gloss and stressed finishes, different decorative graphics and subtle surface effects all designed down to the millimetre to produce a hyper natural effect. Continue reading Classical Concert

Tech Rail Aspen Teak by Natucer

Extruding Excellence

Natucer’s extruded porcelain products have an on-trend hand-crafted look. The subtle variation in size and surface texture is a desirable characteristic and adds to the appeal of the company’s tiles. At Cevisama, Natucer explored geometry through different formats, combining irregular with traditional forms; adding value while delivering new decorative options. Continue reading Extruding Excellence

Scale Shell Gold by Realonda.

Fish-Scale Fandango

Not only were large sections of the Realonda stand’s interior given over to contrasting fish-scale displays, but diminishing panels of this iconic shape also clad large areas of the stand’s exterior. Continue reading Fish-Scale Fandango