Wall and Floor Coverings
Novelties of main materials for wall coverings and flooring: ceramic and porcelain stoneware, parquet, solid surface, natural stone and marble, laminates and resins, mosaics.
8 materials, 8 trends: the new products by Coop Imola
Coop. Ceramica d'Imola proposes a wide range of new ceramic products, following the current interior design trends.
A new "augmented" material: Mutaforma
A new "smart" material for versatile floor and wall coverings arrives on the market
Wood effects, decorations and urban style for Elios
At Cersaie 2017, Elios Ceramica presented 7 new series of floor and wall tiles. Sequoia Century and Downtown stood out among these.
New ceramic collections by Harmony, Peronda Group
Harmony was introducing its new collections at Cersaie international tile show
The new stoneware effects of Florim Group
The new entries of Florim ranges includes wood effects and geometries, the Venetian “battuto” and stones.
Ariana focuses on the ceramic slate with "Mineral"
A new ceramic project signed Ariana, ABK Group’s brand, revalues stone as a lively and versatile material.
Glass Experimentations: Three New Lines for the TREND Group
Trend Group introduced three high-end new lines of surfaces for architecture and design based on the reinterpretation of glass and agglomerates.
Margres and Love Tiles present new collections
Margres and Love Tiles will be present at Cersaie 2017, between 25th and 29th of September.
"Valentina by Crepax" lives again with Del Conca stoneware
After Milo Manara, Monkey Punch and Giugiaro Architettura, Gruppo Del Conca has collaborated with Archivio Crepax to use the character of Valentina.
Italian Wallcoverings: marble and granite on wallpapers
The line “Marbles Collection” consists of six decorations suitable for both contract and residential spaces.
Wood, retro decorations and fabric for Sant'Agostino
The versatile tiles stand out among the products that Ceramica Sant'Agostino is going to present at Cersaie 2017: designed for spaces with a refined style, these consists of interesting revisitations.
"Psychedelic" visions for Sicis's new entry
The new ‘Electric marble’ combines marble natural texture with pigments resembling an electric fluid.