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Lustrous Marble-effect Porcelain joins Indigenous’ range

New for spring/summer 2022, Indigenous’ Marble-effect Porcelain collection combines an authentic natural look with the practical benefits of a porcelain tile.  The new range includes four designs which are offered in a polished and natural finish, as well as numerous sizes.  The tiles are suitable for walls, floors and can be used to create surfaces, including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, splashbacks and door finishes.

Made in Italy, each of the designs create a lustrous effect that’s rich in texture and veining.

Inspired by classic marble from the Aosta Valley in the Western Alps, Verde St Denis has an intense green background with white veining, whilst Sodalite Blue has a strong Mediterranean feel, combining deep ocean blues and bright white veining.  Dark Emperador – the darkest shade – has a warm brown background that contrasts with cream and hazelnut veins, whilst Bianco Statuario creates a classical ‘Carrara’ look, with its bright white background and dark grey veining.

Throughout the collection, tiles are offered in seven different formats, the smallest being 375 x 750mm and the largest 1500 x 3000mm.  Sodalite Blue and Bianco Statuario can be bookmatched, where panels are laid side-by-side to create a mirrored effect.

Exceptionally durable and stain resistant, marble-effect porcelain tiles are easy to look after.  They do not need to be sealed, although it is recommended that the grout is protected.  The tiles are suitable for all rooms in the home, including kitchens and bathrooms; the natural finish is recommended for wet areas, for grip under foot.

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