Ceramic tiles imitating stone

The ceramic tiles are still at the forefront of decorating. They come in all types, even imitating rusty metal or wood, with results that have nothing to envy to the original materials … But much more resistant and economical. Natural stone also can imitate to perfection with new porcelain floors.


And when I say rock, I mean the tough and rough stones of old buildings and pavement, not to luxurious marbles. In these pictures you can see how well you can get a floor imitation stone porcelain stoneware in environments full of harmony.

Perfect for rustic interiors
These floors are perfect for a rustic or country where natural elements prevail and whitewashed walls, craft fabrics … but another great option is to combine a contemporary based interior: furniture can be great with straight lines, accessories stainless steel abstract geometric prints in fabrics and modern designs in materials such as Perspex. remember that the mixture is fashionable …

Cold and warm tones
Another excellent feature of these soils is that they are very good conductors of heat, so they are suitable for underfloor heating installed. Soils appear on images Monastery series of Keraben: a “journey to the past” in the form of tiles that mimic incredibly well the texture and color of natural stone. Its creators have been inspired by ancient cloisters and monasteries dark to represent a traditional style, which is divided into two ranges: cool colors, with white and gray as protagonists, and warm tones inspired by the clay.

Imitation Stone effect tiles




stone effect floor tiles