Oxide – patinas and colors in the reddish tones of rust

Trends Metal rusts when in contact with air and the results are the different looks of oxide; those patinas in reddish ranges with blue and green hints. These unexpected, unpredictable results are also evoked by our resin plates from the industrial range. Spaces Industrial is in fashion, from cement finishes to textured walls, to metal frame furniture and the Nordic style. To all this we’re adding our popular model of Oxide shower tray in its unmistakable reddish tone of rust, and the vanity top to match! A worn but very contemporary touch that combines wonderfully with the modern blac...

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Lines

Lines – the geometry of infinite illusions
Deco →

Lines - the geometry of infinite illusions. That impossible geometry that makes us dream and takes us to universes where the laws of gravity are easily broken. And when we step on it, it transforms us and takes us to other worlds without leaving home.

Alberta ambiente

Alberta, a Nordic atmosphere in the bathroom
Wood →

When we talk about Nordic atmospheres in decoration, white and gray images come to mind, as well as a not-too-cozy feeling of cold. But it doesn’t have to be that way: warmth and a Nordic atmosphere are not necessarily incompatible.

Marble

2020 bathrooms trends
Nature →

Natural colors and wood details for bathrooms. In this post we will offer you some tips to redecorate your bathroom. You’ll find photographs of contemporary bathrooms and many great ideas to inspire you.

Concrete de bosnor

Concrete and the contrast trend in bathrooms
Stone →

Trends to follow when renovating your bathroom. Today we want to show you some very interesting tricks to transform this space into a temple that transmits peace and tranquility. The key is in the textures and the contrast of colors.

marble de bosnor

Sophistication and elegance have a name – MARFIL
Nature →

To talk about the main feature of this post, the Ivory Model from our Nature collection, we need to go back to another era, that of the Greeks, the Hebrews and the Egyptians, who used ivory as an ornament to decorate rooms, furniture and temples.