Ege Seramik's new ceramic tile collection
What’s happening in the world of interior design? Take a look at Turkish company Ege Seramik’s autumn 2017 ceramic tile collection: a must-see, not least as a wonderful illustration of the latest ceramic trends.
With its headquarters in the USA, Ege Seramik is currently the largest exporter of Turkish products to North America, so what’s in store for American interiors this season?
Boston: This stylish collection, with the texture of wood and the appearance of concrete, is perfect for residential and commercial spaces. Ege Seramik utilises cutting-edge technology to give the tile a stunningly elegant finish while retaining the traditional durability and longevity of ceramic.
York: Five different colour schemes and three size options mean a wealth of possibilities for creating a unique living space. Drawing together two design trends in one tile, this collection offers a balanced combination of wood and concrete textures.
London: The warmth and comfort of brick is effortlessly recreated in the London collection, released in various colour options and a 6x25 cm size. This is a new alternative to brick that possesses all the advantages of ceramic tile.
Santa Fe: An updated stone-effect tile collection with ethnic motifs and one of the most contemporary offerings in the autumn collection, not least for its unconventional 6x25 cm size. It is available in beige and grey and is guaranteed to breathe new life into any interior.
Symi: A completely new trend in this collection from Ege Seramik, offering a modern approach to wood-effect ceramic tile design. First released as part of the autumn collection, Symi is a one-of-a-kind product that mimics the appearance of petrified wood with a glossy finish. The 60x120 cm Symi tile, which is available in two colour options, is guaranteed to pleased anyone seeking fresh ideas among the huge variety of wood-effect tiles on the market.
Iron: This season the demand for concrete-effect ceramic tiles remains strong and the dark-hued Iron collection offers a new take on this trend. The concrete texture and black palette add a hint of rebelliousness to this striking look. Unique, bold and dynamic, the Iron collection is certainly a compelling example of this style. The collection is offered in three colours and two sizes.Next Article :
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