MARANELLO, ITALY -- The light veining of natural stone team up with three-dimensional surfaces producing light/shadow effects to create a contemporary style for the new collection, Stone Concept by Ceramiche Piemme, designed to decorate public spaces by combining fine aesthetics in a product that is easy to install and maintain.
The elegant yet welcoming effect of real stone is often inaccessible, not only due to its cost but most of all considering the maintenance required.
The fine porcelain stoneware tiles and slabs in the Stone Concept collection by Ceramiche Piemme collection admirably succeed in faithfully reproducing the mood of natural stone, without the issues related to its installation and cleaning.
The collection is inspired by the trend of recovering ancient stone, in this case a white Borgogna, typical of the medieval French courts along the Loire. A sedimentary limestone rock with various light veining effects.
The collection is offered in five shades, which vary from white to beige and gray. It is available in four different sizes with natural, polished or hammered surfaces; and two decorations in line with the recovery of ancient surfaces and designs.
For more information, visit www.ceramichepiemme.it.
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