Even though the finishing materials are diversifying more and more, ceramics remain one of the most used materials for both floors and walls. Being so versatile, it finds its place in any type of space: residential, commercial, HoReCa, exterior, special constructions such as hospitals and schools, etc. Due to the modeling process that allows the creation of an infinite number of textures, sizes, colors, images, ceramics is a very practical and easy to maintain material.
From the smallest dimensions, of mosaic, to tiles that can reach a few meters, sandstone and faience contribute to the definition and personalization of any space, through the adapted design. Thus, we can choose textures that reproduce natural materials such as stone, marble, sand or wood, the effect of cement, metal or even the fine texture of fabric. It is a very practical way to have the natural effect of these materials even in areas where they would not be recommended (for example, we can use wood-looking ceramics in bathrooms, kitchens, high traffic areas, where parquet is not the most the right choice).
Great designers compete in ideas and inspirations creating amazing products, with three-dimensional textures, shiny particles, glass inserts, semiprecious stones or even transpose unique paintings made by artists.
The possibility to obtain any chromatic combination of ceramic tiles facilitates their harmonization with the rest of the materials with which they are integrated in an arrangement, and the versatility of use allows us to choose the ceramic finish as the main attraction or, on the contrary, only an accent, a detail. inside.
At the same time, glazed ceramic is a material that can be made ecologically, taking into account the sustainable tendency to protect the environment.