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.
An eclectic "Patina" for floors and walls
A contemporary palette that alternates neutral tones with striking ones such as Marsala red, for cross-applications on floors and walls.
Pangea: the new modular system by Salis
A “design track” that allows the characterization and customization of all environments with simplicity and creativity.
The wallpaper Impresso: innovation and customized prints
The latest collections of coatings, such as Qnew, Afrika and Paper, show the potential of Impresso.
Fondovalle and LB: the success of the large slabs with through-passing vein
The porcelain stoneware surfaces have been exclusively made with the Naturetech technology by LB that can create on the product aesthetic effects faithful to the original.
Original Parquet: the new line Oliati Naturale
The collection stands out for its particular finish that ensures an excellent surface protection besides maintaining durmast’s natural look.
The stone effect surfaces by Porcelanosa
The precious aesthetics of the stone fascinates Porcelanosa, which offers different collections by revisiting the most famous materials.
District: faceted tiles by Agrob Buchtal
Agrob Buchtal now interprets industrial tiles in a contemporary manner with modern formats and colours
Marazzi: the collection "Grande" gets bigger
New sizes, new thickness and new surfaces for the collection of porcelain stoneware slabs by Marazzi.
Gerflor: a mineral patchwork for the new vinyl floor
Medley is the finish of the line HQR by Gerflor, which proposes a patchwork of stones.
Recycled glass is reinterpreted in "Micro Random"
Mosaico Micro is a mosaic entirely made of glass recycled from the disused CRT (cathode-ray tube) monitors.
Fondovalle: new collections for 2018
Featuring versatility, quality, and innovation, Fondovalle's design new offerings meet the needs of a constantly evolving market that is opening up increasingly to Italian ceramics.
Two new styles for the lava stone by Nerosicilia
The natural lava stone of nerosicilia - extracted from the slopes of Mount Etna - is an inexhaustible source of new expressive possibilities as it comes back in new eclectic collections.