Ceracasa Ceramica’s exhibit at the Cevisama 2015 show offered a stylish mix of traditional tile motifs re-interpreted in a fresh, young and contemporary fashion. Add to that style mix a healthy dose of product innovation as evidenced by Ceracasa’s BionicTile line of architectural ceramics for building facades which goes significantly beyond form and the standard expectation of utility to providing a product that affords health and environmental benefits by purifying the air. I hope that when you have the opportunity, that you will take a closer look at the link above. And, since our focus is on interiors, here goes – my favorite finds at the Ceracasa booth. Hope you enjoy!
Ceracasa’s Vulcano tile collection in: Almond, Gray and Mosaico multi-color.
The Deco Etna tiles, from Ceracasa’s Vulcano collection, offers a lovely muted, almost gray-blue color coupled with an interlaced pattern that makes this a perfect surface for a relaxed, contemporary and elegant interior environment.
One of my favorite vignettes in the Ceracasa show exhibit. Everything was just perfect from the style balance between tradition and modernity, the carefully honed color palette mix of grayed pastels and grays, and the visual and tactile contrasts of the surface materials. (Tiles from the Project collection.)
Hexagons continue their geometric dominance as far as surface and design trends. And, frankly, after being front and center and all over the design universe, the shape begins to bore. However, Ceracasa skillfully kept the hexagon interesting and appealing in this implementation where the hexagons sport contemporary, yet craft-inspired textile patterns. Nicely done. (Tiles from Brazil collection.)
Ceracasa’s Porto porcelain tiles offer concrete style. Cevisama was teeming with beautiful examples of tile sporting the concrete look. I might add, happily so for this concrete obsessed decorating diva! Ceracasa offered up this beautiful implementation of the concrete-look in a porcelain tile. This is a great alternative to using concrete floors, and as much as I love the real thing – this option comes with much less labor and materials costs as well as less long-term expenses associated with maintenance for concrete surfaces.
Elegance and contemporary style take center stage with Ceracasa’s highly polished version of the Porto concrete look porcelain tile collection.
Resources: Ceracasa Ceramicas, Tile of Spain, Cevisama