Bathroom Tiles

Create the perfect finish to your bathroom using one of our many collections of wall and floor tiles. Why not also consider installing underfloor heating and enjoy a warm floor in your bathroom all year round.

  • Amarcord - Featured Image


    Atmospheric, patterned floor tiles, arises from research aimed at defining two products that can live together in the same dwelling. A “cotto” and wood that become one single product interpreted graphically according to concrete’s aesthetics. Atmospheric not only allows you to combine two materials with different patterns and origins, but also to develop extremely consistent … Continue reading Atmospheric

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    Chevron Chic

    Chevron Chic wood-effect porcelain stoneware is inspired by old wooden floors, with clear signs of changing colour shades after layers of wax and stains. The colours run from white/ beige to grey/black, with dull, dusty shades, slightly toning down the surface grains. The small size is suited to a variety of herringbone compositions.

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    A city is not just a network of streets, but more a network of symbiotic yet subtle blends that not only fashion that city itself but also ourselves. The city is in essence our skin, and the CitySense Collection is the city’s skin. CitySense inculcates the eclectic and unique feel of the metropolis, creating new … Continue reading CitySense

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    Cliffstone is the interpretation of a rocky stone that does not exist in nature but has been reinvented creatively. The peculiarity of the design is defined by the presence of different finishes and the wide selection of sizes.

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    The Concrete range is available in a multitude of colours and sizes but without doubt looks at its best in the 120x120cm slab size. As its name suggests the tile is replicating a coloured concrete surface.

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    Concrete Project

    Concrete Project is a full-thickness porcelain stoneware made for modern architecture and design covering solutions. The concrete is turned into a tile with a clear contemporary mood, designed to inspire and surround exterior surfaces, but also ventilated facades and high-traffic public spaces. Its minimalist style features in flooring that is highly modular in different sizes … Continue reading Concrete Project

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    I Marmi

    We enter a museum to view an exhibition of contemporary art. Beauty is everywhere, in the paintings and the sculptures, but what really catches the eye are the subtle colour changes in the grey, beige, red and white marbles on the floor. I Marmi is a tribute to classicism, restyled through a seductive mixture of … Continue reading I Marmi

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  • Kiko - Featured Image


    Kiko in the Maori language means “material”. Each colour, featuring 8 different textures, can be combined with the other nuances. Kiko, in the stylistic marriage of backgrounds and decorations, highlights exclusive furnishing solutions and unique interior design ideas.

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  • Loire - Featured Image


    Loire is stone-effect porcelain stoneware inspired by the precious materials used in the French architectural heritage.

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    London Underground

    London Underground is a traditional bevelled tile available in black and white and is reminiscent of the tiles found in the London Underground. Available in one size 10x20cm.

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    Marmi Bianchi

    A classic never ages: just like the stone-effect porcelain stoneware Marmi Bianchi. Marbles come no more classic than Calacatta and Carrara.

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    Marshalls Collection

    The Marshalls collection offers an extensive range of natural stone wall and floor tiles in a variety of natural materials including limestone, slate and travertine.

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