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ITALIAN DESIGN | Marble look tiles and other news by Ceramiche Caesar

Marble look is still on trend and will be a huge tile trend also for 2020, as seen also at Cersaie 2019 fair.

According to the leading international fair for ceramics and other surface coverings, in fact, among the main tile trends for 2020, there was still for sure marble effect.

Still on trend for many years now, marble look tiles reaffirmed to be timeliness and this year we spotted a rich range of new colors, sizes, patterns, making the marble effect more relevant than ever.

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The newest processing techniques are opening to endless possibilities on ceramic surfaces, including natural and iper realistic reproductions of luxury marbles in very big sizes. In addition to this, the latest technologies allows now to produce super thin ceramics, opening to many new possibilities of decor with tiles.

 

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Anima  is the new collection by Ceramiche Caesar which represents really well the new take on the marble look tile trend.

Available in 6 colors and 6 sizes ensure great versatility, together with 3 finishes, the Anima range extends the potential of marble-effect porcelain stoneware from the usual floor and wall applications to the creation of innovative furnishing objects.

At Cersaie, the Italian brand showed how the marble look can be absolutely perfect not only for residential design, but also for the hospitality interiors. In fact it looks perfects to give that extra luxury feel to common areas, as well as to cover custom furniture such as counters.

At their booth in fact the Anima collection was presented in an hotel lobby-inspired space, showing a match of different marbles. On the floor there was the color Luxury Arabesque 60×120 and 120×120 polished finish, with Graphite color strips; on the wall, the color Apuan Gold was matched with Sage Green 120×278 ( sage green was one of the key color trends of this Cersaie).

The counter was covered with polished Royal Onyx, demonstrating how you can cover with stoneware slabs big volumes, decorating any kind of custom furniture.

 

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Marble look tiles can be used in many other creative ways, as showed also in the bathroom setting by Ceramiche Caesar in collaboration with NAMI at Cersaie.

The sink and a shower tray in fact were covered with Anima Ever and Be More slabs, showing how it is possible to create a perfect total look by using the same material on walls, floor and bathroom furniture.

This may be particularly interesting, in my opinion, again for the hotel design. In fact, in addition to giving a luxury feel thanks to a marble-effect total look, ceramic is super easy to clean, yet perfect also from a hygienically point of view.

 

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Together with Anima Ever, Ceramiche Caesar presented another product novelty, the Join range.

Join instead is a cement-resin look tile. Unlike the polished effect of marble, Join is characterized by three different finishes, Soft, Matt R10A+B e Graph, born from the idea to combine the modernity of the cement and the elegance of resin within the same product.

Super versatile in its use, this tile can be perfect on residential spaces but also in other environments such as workspaces. At Cersaie, in fact, Join was used to cover two stands where you can sit and talk, inside an ideal common office.

On the floor there were the Wing 120×120 and Manor 60×120 colors, while the tables were made with Ink, Verve and Spice, giving a beautiful color accent to the whole space.

 

 

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Enjoy now below some other images from the Ceramiche Caesar booth at Cersaie 2019, together with a photo gallery of the event where I had the pleasure to take part during the fair!

 

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All images courtesy of Ceramiche Caesar