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Ceramics & Stone Ceramics and stone add a stylish flair to any home’s interiors. When used tastefully, each material can drastically change or highlight the character of any space. Interior designers rely on the choice of distinct tile finishes to add a special touch to a room or to add interesting accents. Ceramics and stone are widely available in many different colours, patterns and textures. When combined, to a variety of impressive non-traditional looks can be achieved.
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The Huge Variety of Ceramic Tiles

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  • SPACE
    SPACE
    Ecomosaico

    size mosaic 2.5 x 2.5 cm sheet size 31.3 x 49.5 cm the number of sheets in a box 13 pcs. the number of meters in the box 2 m²

  • IRIS
    IRIS
    Ecomosaico

    size mosaic 2.5 x 2.5 cm sheet size 31.3 x 49.5 cm the number of sheets in a box 13 pcs. the number of meters in the box 2 m²

  • COCKTAIL
    COCKTAIL
    Ecomosaico

    size mosaic 2.5 x 2.5 cm sheet size 31.3 x 49.5 cm the number of sheets in a box 13 pcs. the number of meters in the box 2 m²

  • Marble Emperador Dark Imported brands
    Marble Emperador Dark Imported brands
    Ascent-Import

    Emperador Dark marble brand Importёd Marble Emperador Dark Imported brand is dark brown or dark brown marble with large veins in black, brown or coffee. Obtained marble Emperador Dark Imported brand in the south-Sun

  • Marble marks Black and Gold
    Marble marks Black and Gold
    Ascent-Import

    Marble marks Black and Gold is a beautiful black marble with golden veins or patterns, orange or yellow. Obtained marble brand Black and Gold in the southeast of China.

  • Granite G603 Padang Grey brand
    Granite G603 Padang Grey brand
    Ascent-Import

    Granite grade G603 (commercial name - Padang Grey) is a light-gray granite speckled with pronounced black, colored quartz, produced in the province Fudziyan in the southeast of China.

  • Ceramic tiles Ceramicalcora (Spain)
    Ceramic tiles Ceramicalcora (Spain)
    Bazalt-Keramika

    Factory CERAMICALCORA seeks to demonstrate to you the widest range of its models. Since the founding of the company in 1987, the factory continued to pursue policies aimed at maintaining a high quality of products.

  • VERSO25 (Italy)
    VERSO25 (Italy)
    Bazalt-Keramika

    In contrast to the mass of ceramic industry, which seeks to maximize the performance and standardization of products, the factory Verso25 maintains its particular philosophy, preferring exclusivity and experimentation

  • Granite
    Granite
    VH stone

    Application: interior finishing (floor, walls, table tops, stairs, balusters, column bases, decorative fountains and columns)

  • Felsitic tuff
    Felsitic tuff
    VH stone

    Felsitic tuff (from Italian tufo) is a rare rock, the light shades of which give city architecture a distinctive look.

  • Volcanic tuff
    Volcanic tuff
    VH stone

    Volcanic tuff (from Italian tufo) is a porous rock formed from volcanic ash during eruptions.

  • Bathrooms
    Bathrooms
    Billiton

    Marble and granite used for entrance groups and floors inspire with respect to the owner of the house. Stone in bathrooms allows to feel luxurious during relaxing time. Stone cools in summer and relaxes in winter. It makes possible to feel oneself like a medieval royal person.

  • NA Magazine
    NA Magazine
    Publica

    Trade magazine of wall and floor coverings, accessories and equipment for architecture, interirism and bath & kitchen. Bilingual Spanish-English. It is distributed every two months to architects, interior designers, prescribers, construction companies, layers, construction suppliers, hotel chains...

  • 11 Desert rose tone
    11 Desert rose tone
    King Klinker

    Clinker tile with its appearance and name refers to one of the most mysterious stones found by thirsty wanderers in the desert. Unique combination of two strongly contrasting colours symbolizes charming stone rose, partly hidden in the desert sand, which brown petals have unsusually peculiar shape. Desert rose tone is perfect for well-thought-out and original conceptions.

  • 12 Misty morning
    12 Misty morning
    King Klinker

    Clinker tile is inspired by tranquil and foggy morning. Calm grey shade of the smooth clinker goes well with modern projects which are elegant and discreet in their form.

  • 13 Golden autumn
    13 Golden autumn
    King Klinker

    The inspiration for the clinker tile comes from lively and vivid autumn landscape. Filled with forest colours clinker makes an excellent mixture of browns suitable for stable and well-thought-out projects.

  • APAVISA (Spain)
    APAVISA (Spain)
    Bazalt-Keramika

    APAVISA porcelanico (Spain) - the leading company for the production and sale of ceramic granite. APAVISA product meets the highest standards, always offering excellent quality, superior performance and a variety of decorative elements, which allows a large number of projects.

  • NATURELINE
    NATURELINE
    Keralux

    AND YOUR TERRASE WILL STAY AS BEAUTIFUL AS THE FIRST DAY. Extruded ceramic does not become weather-beaten like wood, is scratch resistant and easy to clean at the same time. Extruded stoneware according to EN14411 AIb

  • Facade
    Facade
    Keralux

    THE CERAMIC FACADE DESIGN FROM INTERBAU-BLINK ARE PERFECTLY SUITABLE FOR COMPOSITE HEAT INSULATION SYSTEMS. They show an extremely high resistance to weather as well as resistance against frost and de-icing salt.

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Ceramics & Stone

Ceramics and stone add a stylish flair to any home’s interiors. When used tastefully, each material can drastically change or highlight the character of any space. Interior designers rely on the choice of distinct tile finishes to add a special touch to a room or to add interesting accents. Ceramics and stone are widely available in many different colours, patterns and textures. When combined, to a variety of  impressive non-traditional looks can be achieved.

 

The Huge Variety of Ceramic Tiles 

If you want to create a great first impression for your guests, consider adding ceramic tiles to entry and reception areas. You might do this by tiling the floor for example, which will set the tone and atmosphere for the house. In order for the space to be inviting and warm, consider using wood-like tiles that intertwine natural outdoor elements. 

 

Porcelain is often a preferred choice as it is stain-resistant. As such, ceramic tiles are used more often than natural stone. When it comes to style and colour, one might want to go for natural hues, as they blend in seamlessly to any environment. Another useful tip is to pick a grout colour in a contrasting darker shade; this will make future stains less noticeable.

 

Use Tiles to Enhance the Look of a Property

Mosaic tiles are perfect for creating centerpieces and are often used as part of an entrée’s tiled floor. They add a touch of excitement, showcasing a splendid mosaic mandala or medallion. Linear and special patterns can enhance any floor design and provide a totally unique accent.

 

Luxury architectural projects often feature the use of semi-precious stones. They are widely incorporated in decorative wall panels, counter tops and table tops. Gemstone tiles and slabs present a very exclusive finish and are a common feature of high-end interior design. Most gemstones are naturally unique, for an extra touch of exclusivity. 

 

There are many affordable options such as recycled eco glass stones that can be used as a substitute for semi-precious natural stones.

 

Natural Stone Tiles

Stone tiles, unlike their ceramic equivalent, are usually added to back entrance ways such as mud rooms, for example. If you want to create the illusion of more space, try using large sized concrete tiles. They will also add a more industrial feel to the chosen area.

 

Marble tiles add elegance and beauty to walls and floors. Available in a vast variety of colours and finishes, marble tiles can match any interior design. Quality marble is rare to find nowadays, as it is a non-renewable metamorphic rock. Most bathrooms nowadays have marble installed on their floors, walls and ceilings. But professionals now advise on using other stone types, which can be more suitable for bathroom use. Many porcelain tiles look like marble, but are a more durable and easy to maintain alternative.

 

Granite tiles possess natural beauty. Grout lines, if applied, should be very thin so focus remains on the stone’s natural patterns. There are 2 main types of granite tiles: engineered stone and natural slabs. Natural slabs are granite stone blocks cut from layers of deep earth. They are expensive, but feature unique patterns. An affordable alternative to natural granite is engineered stone. This is formed by applying high pressure to a resin and mineral mix. Engineered granite tiles have a more homogeneous structure and appearance. However, granite requires frequent sealing, due to its porous structure.

 

Stone blocks are a component often used in paving. Stone blocks are natural stone. They make sturdy and durable choice for indoor and outdoor flooring. Stone blocks are limited in colours and come with some irregularities. In case you want a more controlled even appearance, granite and ceramic tiles are a better option.