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Abstract lines and patterns are on-trend for tiles and bring new life to exteriors and interiors, especially walls. This Italian tile trend has been noted as one of the top trends at Cersaie last year.*
Lea Ceramiche, Atlantic Link’s partner for providing high-end Italian ceramic tile to the US market, has some collections that beautifully display abstract lines and patterns:
Introduced in April 2016 at Milan’s Salone del Mobile Slimtech Naive by Patrick Norguet was exhibited in a display called Abstract Maze.
Naive was inspired by intersecting pencil lines. The delicate design is accentuated by the large, 100×300 cm (39″X118″), ultra-thin (5.5mm thick) Slimtech porcelain slabs. Naive stands out for its nearly three-dimensional surface texture, obtained using an innovative technology based on glazes.
Pixel is a field of colors inspired by Italy’s landscape. There is a range of 9 colors from orange to navy. Nest offers an infinite variety of geometric combinations, giving the designer freedom to create an original look.
Whether on an exterior, back-splash, floor or wall, abstract lines and patterns are easy to achieve with porcelain tile.