Maximum functionality to savour every day

Versatility and practicality are the basis of these solutions designed for the kitchen with imagination and creativity

Concrete-effect porcelain stoneware surfaces where texture becomes a decorative pattern
Wood-effect floor and wall tiles with a fine blend of natural spirit and design
Venetian terrazzo, a concrete effect and colourful bricks in a single collection
Bright flakes for a sophisticated synthesis of quartzite
Original atmospheres and chromatic depth for a fine marble effect
Colourful stones, wood and stone blend in a single natural surface
Captivating both inside and out. Grip finish available for anti-slip solutions
High-quality, refined wood with knots and graining for a rustic parquet-effect floor
Warm and cool shades for an intimate and delicate wood effect
Concrete floors for large industrial-style redevelopments
Stones du Monde
A stone effect for striking total look areas between indoors and outdoors

Whether used for cooking, eating, socialising, entertaining or working, the kitchen is still considered – despite the limited time spent within the four walls of the home – the hub of all domestic activity.

Firstly, the fact that it opens onto other rooms is considered one of its most important characteristics, which is also why the design of floor and wall coverings is strategic not only in aesthetic terms, but also when it comes to the practicality and hygiene of these surfaces.

Crumbs, drops of water and a few drops of oil on the kitchen splash guard are inevitable in the kitchen, so it is necessary to opt for tiles that can be cleaned quickly and effectively. Porcelain stoneware is a hygienic, fire-retardant, water-repellent and durable material, making it the ideal choice for all environments exposed to fire and water.

With regard to aesthetics, personal taste and the atmosphere you want to create must guide your choice. The floor for a modern kitchen can be coloured or white, featuring a wood or marble effect, while the tiles can be small or large like ceramic slabs. The kitchen counter top can be black or match the colours of the floor, it can be coordinated with a three-dimensional mosaic wall covering or it can completely stand out from the rest of the room. The Colorful collection, for example, allows you to play with colours, effects and even sizes. The many options and brick variants make up a striking palette of warm and cold tones. These range from the original Venetian terrazzo-inspired flooring to modern concrete-effect coverings for designer kitchens. Glossy and coloured brickwork, or brick, is perfect for enhancing an island or counter where aperitifs are served or as a home workstation.  

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