Marazzi Launches New Tile Collections
Marazzi is pleased to announce two new tile collections, each bringing the latest trends to life in a variety of shapes, colors, sizes and textures for globally-inspired style. From bold shapes, on-trend colors and biophilic-inspired designs, the new collections from Marazzi empower homeowners and designers with more options to customize their projects.
“Marazzi’s newest launches are both vintage and raw, bringing back the artistry of hand-made tile and the raw elegance of authentic natural materials,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design for Dal-Tile Corporation.
Marazzi’s new Rice collection of glazed porcelain wall tile evokes the essence of handmade tile with its purposefully uneven surfaces and glossy finish. A neutral palette of Bianco, Natural and Grigio complemented by the inclusion of a Mediterranean “Blu” comes in modular 6×6, 3×8 and 2×6 sizes and features straight edges. The integration of nature-inspired decos with four solid colors allows for customized installation patterns with distinct personalities, perfect for creating an intriguing visual with striking variation and depth.
Vero effortlessly celebrates the origins of natural style. This oak-inspired porcelain tile collection satisfies the senses of sight and touch thanks to its authentic likeness to natural wood. Vero introduces an extra-long 9×71 plank size and includes a 4×21 chevron plank tile, showing off wood visuals in an exceptional size package. Suitable for floor, wall and countertop. Capture the understated elegance of wood with a gentle time-worn look.
Marazzi is also currently highlighting three additional recently launched new collections:
Inspired by Vintage Revival and the aesthetics of French limestone, Creativo embodies a rustic yet elegant atmosphere. Suitability for both interior and exterior applications allows for countless design possibilities to bring the outdoors inside. Neutral hues make this collection versatile and fitting for a variety of design styles. Offered in four sizes, one may prefer a simple layout, or combine different size tiles for a beautiful Versailles pattern. Add a creative flair by incorporating the 12×12 decorative accents, offered in two colors and two graphics. Achieve timeless charm effortlessly with Creativo.
New Artistic Reflections
Artistic Reflections combines a translucent glaze with an undulated surface, authentically replicating a handcrafted structure. The color pallet of this glazed ceramic tile consists of four neutrals, in both matte and glossy finishes, along with four trend-setting jewel tones in a glossy finish. Elongated tile sizes in both 2×10 and 2×20 and a coordinating hexagon mosaic add dimension and visual interest to a space. Suitable for wall and countertop. Whether the preferred style is classic, edgy, modern or mixed and matched to create an eclectic feel, Artistic Reflections seamlessly fits within a multitude of design trends.
Focus and functionality are achieved with Fondamenta, the embodiment of Scandi design that is known for clean lines without sacrificing style. A seamless look can be reached with a range of five monochromatic shades and large format sizes of 24×24 and 24×48 in this porcelain tile collection, also accompanied by a 12×24 size. Enhance the minimalist design with the complementing 24×24 geometric deco, available in two shades and one graphic. Appropriate for floor, wall and countertop use. Create a Nordic feel or a modern oasis with Fondamenta.
For more information, please visit www.marazziusa.com.
Bold, daring, and the epitome of style, Marazzi provides captivating designs that integrate Italian panache into exciting and imaginative tile products. Manufacturing a vast array of quality tile, including porcelains, glazed ceramics, glass mosaics, natural stones and metallics, the brand continues to provide the ultimate in style for the savvy homeowner, designer, and architect. For more information, visit www.marazzitile.com and follow Marazzi on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and YouTube.
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