BAB Tile brings new additions to Surfaces 2007
In efforts to reflect its “color innovation” theme, BAB Tile will debut four new product lines at Surfaces 2007, booth # 3978. An array of tile and stone classifications will be offered, able to work separately or in tandem to create a space reflective of the consumer’s personal tastes, according to the Orange, CA-based company. They are Duststone, Rappolano, Rappolano and Calle Bis.
Duststone imitates the look of refined slates found in Italy’s ancient hills, notes the company. It is a glazed porcelain that is for modern dwellings and public areas.
Reminiscent of natural stone, Rappolano’s lightly veined surface is enhanced by brushed application that gives it a hand-crafted feel. Its antique look is complemented by decorative accents for an “Old Europe” flavor, according to BAB.
Rappolano has a rustic, yet graceful look of stone, coupled with earthy hues harmonizing with refined “country” touches, says the company. This porcelain complements urban designs when interacting with steel, glass and wood components.
Calle Bis aims for an “energetic” look, notes the company. This product is best known for its reflections of other elements within the room, based on the lighting.