Concrete-effect tiles

The natural elegance of concrete-effect floors

For interiors and locations with a simple mood and design, a concrete effect porcelain tile is the typical solution chosen to give a sensation of peace and order, and it is very popular for residential contexts and commercial spaces such as waiting rooms, showrooms and stores, creating an interior with simple, elegant design.

Take a look at Emilgroup's Concrete slab collections.

  • Playground: the collection inspired by an urban, metropolitan style, where concrete meets resin and color for tasteful, elegant, refined design schemes. This collection is often used for outdoor or commercial locations such as showrooms, beauty and hair salons and shopping centers, as well as private homes.
  • In-essence: a collection that offers a survey of time itself. With In-essence the utmost freedom of expression is guaranteed, for projects in line with the latest trends and innovative design, so concrete effect porcelain stoneware is the best choice for creative spirits.
  • Architect Resin: a collection where concrete effect tiles cover contemporary architectural spaces. The collection features four cool shades that can be combined to convey sophistication and modernity, and the result will be unique if they are teamed with bespoke furnishing.
  • Re-Use: the concrete effect porcelain stoneware collection that gives the interior an irreverent, modern character.

There are various concrete effect collections that confer a clean, modern air on the locations where they are used, so they are the best stylistic choice for anyone who loves a sense of order and cleanliness.

Natural, soft, neutral colors highlighted by the large sizes, that create an immaculate, contemporary surface.

Typical colors and sizes for paving living-rooms, lofts or metropolitan locations. Cement tiles have the major benefit of increasing the value perceived by anyone walking over them: the tile’s effect does not interfere with the visual look, and it decorates with extreme discretion for a flawless design result.


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