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The Rise of Wood Effect Tiles
The wood-effect tile has been rising in popularity as more home owners are looking at a Scandinavian, post-industrial or mid-Century interior design.
Demystifying the Homogeneous Tile
Shopping for tiles can be difficult as the industry jargons can be pretty confusing. Often, one is asked to look for a homogeneous tile for their home. But what exactly is a homogeneous tile?
The Gentle Beauty
Sleek, harmonious contours are combined with smooth, rounded surfaces for Amba. The flow of water from this Kludi mixer is wonderfully gentle, every touch is a sensory experience.
Kite: Elongated Hexagon Tile
Kite elongated hexagon tile collection - Original geometry with 7 colours (White, light grey, dark grey, black, gesso, caramel, taupe) and decor.
5 Tile Alternatives to Concrete Screed Floors
The Industrial theme for home interiors have been gaining popularity in Singapore and is not going away anytime soon. The concrete screed floor is thus essential to this theme but if you are worried about impending cracklines due to expansion and contraction, why not tiles? Here are 5 concrete effect tile alternatives to achieve the same grunge look!
TILE DESIGN IDEAS FOR FEATURE WALLS
A beautiful feature wall can complement and make a room stand out. Here are our tile ideas in bringing the best out of your walls!
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Fiorella
The Fiorella tile collection features beautiful patterns that allow for geometric fun in your interior.
Terramix
Terramix, in the small 7x28 size, is a new stoneware product intended to meet every need, both indoors and out. Terramix is a tile collection with a Scandinavian flavour, suitable for use as a floor or wall covering, a factor which extends its versatility and potential uses, in both residential and commercial contexts.
Bisque
Bisque is a terracotta-look tile collection suitable for outdoor pavings. It is an excellent option for paving yards, terraces, verandas and balconies. Available in 5 different colours.
Terzo Tempo
This tile collection’s strength definitely lies in the wood-stone combination, bringing together two different materials in a tasteful dialogue based on the use of the same surface finish. Viva interprets stone, in a version inspired by Belgian Pierre Bleue, with an unusual approach, choosing a look with the brushing procedure interrupted to keep the typical marks left by the stone-working intact. These marks become design effects and give the product personality and originality. The results achieved by the stone and wood combination, in both tone-on-tone and contrasting shades, are truly beautiful, with effects that are always very tasteful and never clashing. In five new, warm, modern colours, stone is teamed with types of wood in common use, with the signs of skilful craftsmanship added to establish a more uniform relationship between the two materials and provide original, striking results in both lines and colours.
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