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Demystifying the Homogeneous Tile
Shopping for tiles can be difficult as the industry jargons can be pretty confusing. Often, one is asked to look for a homogeneous tile for their home. But what exactly is a homogeneous tile?
A beautiful feature wall can complement and make a room stand out. Here are our tile ideas in bringing the best out of your walls!
The Gentle Beauty
Sleek, harmonious contours are combined with smooth, rounded surfaces for Amba. The flow of water from this Kludi mixer is wonderfully gentle, every touch is a sensory experience.
Kite: Elongated Hexagon Tile
Kite elongated hexagon tile collection - Original geometry with 7 colours (White, light grey, dark grey, black, gesso, caramel, taupe) and decor.
5 Tile Alternatives to Concrete Screed Floors
The Industrial theme for home interiors have been gaining popularity in Singapore and is not going away anytime soon. The concrete screed floor is thus essential to this theme but if you are worried about impending cracklines due to expansion and contraction, why not tiles? Here are 5 concrete effect tile alternatives to achieve the same grunge look!
BerryAlloc DreamClick Pro with Musee
Musee Unboxed introduces BerryAlloc's DreamClick Pro vinyl flooring. With five different colours to choose from, the various hues and realistic design are the perfect alternative to natural flooring. The DreamClick Pro vinyl flooring also underwent a stain and water resistance test. The results proved to be stunning.
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The Vinyle porcelain tile collection from Cicogres takes its inspiration from the texture of woven fabric. The collection is available in two neutral tones for refined spaces.
Celian, from Spanish manufacturer Cicogres, is a tile collection inspired by concrete. Available in two essential colours that brings out the industrial edge.
The new Ceramica Rondine tile collection takes its inspiration from the dream-like, charming beauty of the Venetian lagoon, a place with a thousand - year long history, where man and water have always lived together in a symbiotic relationship. It is precisely in this lagoon landscape, deep- rooted in its seabed, that we find one of Venice’s most symbolic elements: the briccola, the dolphin, the nautical structure that marks off the navigable areas of the canals, providing important information. The symbolic strength of this wood, its special, detail-packed worn appearance encompasses the history of the lagoon. The new Ceramica Rondine porcelain stoneware reproduces the surfaces of these pillars, submerged in and corroded by the water, with all their imperfect grooves, in a tile. Bricola is available in three different colours.
The JustYou tile collection creates a fresh balance between form and materials, between style and substance between the vitality of wood and the reliability of ceramics.
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