Ceramica Campogalliano Intros Three New Wall, Floor Tile Collections

The Les Petites Collection (shown here in Nero)

The Les Petites Collection (shown here in Nero)

Exclusive textures for porcelain stoneware with a new take on natural stone and marble conceived in trendy, small format sizes. Three collections, Glassalike, Les Petites, and Glo’ are among the new products Ceramiche Campogalliano has introduced. These original tiles, designed for today’s architectural needs, stem from the most evolutionary technology available in the ceramic tile industry.

The first, Glassalike, is an exceptional rendition of modern and colorful 4″x12″ glass blocks. There are four different surface structures – glossy, narrow grooved, wide fluted, and matte (which, also available in 12″x24″, is great for floors.

The second new collection, Les Petites, is a new take on small format wall tile. A precious and playful assortment of five classic marbles, it comes in both a glossy as well as silky, matte finish with three-dimensional veining. The two finishes are available with two different surface structures, undulated and ribbed giving designers an opportunity to coordinate the different marbles, finishes, and surface structures for a truly sophisticated look. The sizes include 4″x12″ for the walls and 12″x24″ matte for the coordinating floors.

Lastly is Glo’, a step aside from traditional marble, stone, and concrete. Glo’, one of the newest additions to Campogalliano’s wall and floor combo’s, is a breath of fresh air! Mix together metal, stone, and metallic inclusions that go from copper to bronze color, add special glazes in order to fabricate amazing texture and, once again, a true three-dimensional surface, and that all gives you a 4″x12″ tile like nothing else in the market.

This new collection has a coordinating 12″x24″ floor tile and comes in four vivid, trending colors – the perfect warm, yet minimalistic backdrop for any style, be it modern, industrial, Boho, or shabby chic.

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