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|Lamin-Art expands its Premium Wood Prints Collection with 10 new items. These wood reproductions are enhanced by a new supermatte finish that features a low-sheen level and a subtle softness to the touch, similar to that of raw veneer. From the sophisticated opulence of Indian Apple, |
to modern walnut and teak interpretations and eco-inspired originals such as Seagrass and Palmwood, these new classics have been selected and color-styled to enhance today's commercial interior design palette.
| ||Le Lacche, a new porcelain tile collection from Marazzi, offers depth of color, with strong but calibrated contrasts of tone. A journey into half-light and glaze, Le Lacche combines delicacy and firmness, strength and elegance. The collection's color range includes white, black, beige, brown and red. Decorative inserts include circles (in the gloss or floral versions) and listels with floral, geometric and linear motifs.|
|The color revolution in Porcelain Stone® tile that Crossville started with Color Blox and Color Blox Mosaics continues with Color Blox Too. More durable than natural stone, Color Blox Too is slip-resistant, easy to clean and maintain, and never needs sealing or waxing. Create colorful patterns on interior floors, walls and countertops. Accent a basically solid floor with the Blended Solids and Stripes. Color Blox Too is all about color, texture and design.|| |
| ||Le Pietre Di Samarcanda, a new line of porcelain stoneware by Ragno USA, defines a space ... reinvents it ... brings out its structural and aesthetic features-all while offering a sense of comfort and security. Soothing, natural, lived-in colorations and a smooth, "feels-good-barefoot" surface meld harmoniously into contemporary residential or commercial decor. |