Green tiles

All the varieties of green floors

For nature lovers, green tiles are a safe, satisfying choice. They fit attractively into all locations, both outdoors and indoors. In private homes, they are perfect for both living and sleeping areas, and also for creating a colorful lounge or kitchen. Smooth, decorated or with distinctive motifs, green floor tiles convey the idea not only of hope, with which this shade is generally associated, but also of comfort, calm and freedom. Thanks to these specific characteristics, green is very much in fashion not only in private homes but also in public locations such as shops and offices. This color is created by mixing blue and yellow and is very versatile because it is a happy medium between warm and cool shades.

How to combine green tiles

The most common combinations with a green floor are easy and attractive, and include white, yellow, purple, gray, ivory, ochre and burnt Siena. Emilgroup offers various collections of dark green tiles for walls, surfaces, floors and pavings. One of the most attractive and modern is Metallica by Viva, which offers coverings with an iridescent surface able to create astonishing effects with light. In the Brick Lux size of 6x24 cm, it is perfect for creating compositions with larger tiles or other colors. Re-Play Concrete by Provenza, which reinterprets concrete and wood, includes the Verdigris shade, available in the 120x120 cm, 30x60 cm, 60x120 cm, 60x60 cm, 80x160 cm and 80x80 cm sizes. Lovers of marble and unusual abstract patterns will delight in the Tele Di Marmo Revolution by Emilceramica collection, which offers the splendid Verde Saint Denis shade.

Thanks to the beauty of marble combined with the chromotherapeutic properties of light green tiles, this collection is not only aesthetically perfect but also ideal for creating interiors with very classy design and a beneficial relaxing power. The Verde Saint Denis nuance is available in the 120x278 cm, 30x60 cm, 60x120 cm and 90x90 cm sizes.



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