Purple porcelain stoneware tiles: a vibrant touch for modern, distinctive interiors

Audacious, modern and unique environments with violet tiles

Purple is definitely an original colour choice when it comes to furnishing a home. Purple tiles give interiors a dynamic, distinctive personality. It is a colour suitable for both residential and public locations with a modern, vibrant spirit. Purple floor and wall tiles are perfect in combination with sophisticated, modern furnishings.


This colour is created by mixing two strong hues, red and blue, so purple is the ideal choice for creating mysterious, elegant, enticing interiors. Purple coverings stimulate creativity, like the colour red, but they also have a soothing, relaxing effect. Every shade is able to trigger different, original effects. In the lighter tones, purple porcelain stoneware adds light and a sense of spaciousness to interiors, while darker shades can be used alternated and mixed with other tiles. In all cases, the use of purple should be limited to just a few portions of wall and not all the walls of a room.


The best combinations available with purple tiles are pink slabs, which creates an extremely romantic, classical interior, white, in perfect Provencal or shabby chic style, a yellow such as a warm mustard or a brighter colour to give freshness and vibrancy to both indoor and outdoor locations, and light or dark grey, for modern design schemes. The Karman by Provenza collection by Emilgroup recounts the theme of rebirth through the art of restoration. The application of a monochrome, uniform resin coating to old wood, concrete and ceramic surfaces gives new charm and vitality to the original material.


Combining floor and wall tiles with unusual, unexpected details provides a unique mix. Purple is featured in the 7.5x30 cm brick tiles in Lavanda colour, which can be alternated with the more neutral shades in the collection: Antracite, Avorio, Cenere and Sabbia. Karman by Provenza offers no fewer than five decors and the sizes available are 120x120 cm, 120x240 cm, 30x60 cm, 45x90 cm, 60x120 cm, 60x60 cm, 90x90 cm and 80x80 cm.


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