Gray tiles for elegant, tasteful design rooms

Gray floors for sober yet chic places

Do you love a tasteful, elegant, minimal style? Then gray floor tiles are perfect for giving new life to your places. Emilceramica offers no fewer than 57 collections in this nuance. The neutrality of this color, created by merging black and white, highlights all other shades and the various items of furniture in a chic, tasteful way. Dark gray tiles convey a sense of strength. The solidity and security of stone and concrete-effect tiles help to create a plain, uncluttered design scheme. What’s more, gray is the ideal color for creating relaxing, welcoming locations. It’s also perfect for evoking countless styles: it is excellent not only for lovers of vintage but also for those who prefer industrial, urban, metropolitan, minimal or hi-tech design projects.

Experiment with contrasts and combine gray with unusual colors and textures to obtain original, trendy results. Wood is able to highlight gray floors and walls simply and very naturally, with the “shabby chic” style that has now become a genuine design fashion. Collections that include this color are perfect for decorating the kitchen of a private home or a public location, a living-room, bedroom or dining-room, or also a bathroom, terrace or garden. Dark gray can be combined not only with lighter nuances, such as white, beige and antique pink, but also with daring shades like black, blue, red and green. Tone-on-tone is also often a successful choice for many types of location.

The many Emilgroup collections which use gray tiles with excellent results include:

  • Gesso by Provenza, that offers a plaster effect for creating unconventional moods; it is available in four different types of decors and in the 120x120 cm, 30x60 cm, 40x80 cm, 60x60 cm and 80x80 cm sizes.

Piase by Emilceramica, on the other hand, is the collection inspired by the graceful elegance of Piasentina stone. It is available in three different types of decors and in the 30x60 cm, 45x90 cm, 60x120 cm and 60x60 cm sizes.


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