Light blue porcelain stoneware tiles: a creative, communicative covering for interiors

Light blue tiles for unique, endearing environments

Bright blue is the colour that evokes the vastness and beauty of the sky, but we also associate it with an idea of cleanliness, and with water. Light blue tiles inspire emotions such as tranquillity, peace and a desire for freedom. The light blue wall tiles offered by Emilceramica are from the Narciso collection, and the name alone (it means “Narcissus”) brings to mind a timeless beaty. Light blue porcelain stoneware is an innovative shade that provides a bright, vibrant mood but with discretion and elegance. Light blue floors are highlighted by natural daylight and can be created with tiles of different sizes and textures. Small tiles are perfect for bathroom and kitchen walls, for example. Large sizes are best for gardens and poolsides.

Bright blue communicates strongly, while a lighter shade has more creative, innovative overtones. The Emilgroup light blue collection has strong visual impact and adds light to interiors, which become welcoming and visually satisfying. Light blue is a cool shade that combines easily with other colours: white is the most classical pairing, alongside tone-on-tone effects that mix different textures and shades of light blue. Combining bright and dark blues immediately evokes the sea, while with colours like yellow, orange and green, bright blue generates a carefree, fun-loving mood. It can be combined with black and grey for very refined design schemes.

The light blue porcelain stoneware tiles of the Narciso by Viva collection - inspired by the surfaces of antique mirrors - are available in the 30x60 cm, 60x60 cm, 9.6x29.4 cm, 29.4x29.4 cm, 29.4x59 cm, 59x118.2 cm and 120x278 cm sizes. 
Light blue is also one of the shades within the graduated hues of the Agata Blu colour of the Level Marmi by Level collection, which offers ceramic slabs (in the 160x320 cm, thickness 6.5 mm rectified and 162x324 cm, thickness 12 mm unrectified sizes), for designing and creating worktops such as kitchen and bathroom countertops and backsplashes.


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