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Introducing the New Arezzo Spanish Porcelain Tile Collection from Pamesa
What’s in a name? In the tiling world it encompasses all that a manufacturer is and aspires to be. It also inspires confidence and creativity in their patrons. By this definition, Pamesa Ceramica has emerged as a leader in innovative tile design, production and quality. Why? Being the first to introduce porcelain tiles to Spain
Spanish Tiles Sydney – The Top 3 Hot Products Right Now
Spanish tiles are under the spotlight like never before. Long gone are the days where Italian tiles used to be the automatic choice for anyone looking for the best from Europe. While not denying the widely respected authenticity of Italian tiles, Spanish tiles are definitely making themselves better known than ever before. Leading Spanish tile
Introducing New Canaima Spanish Timber Look Tile Series
When it comes to Spanish tiles, no introduction is generally necessary. Their progressive use of technology to continue to produce porcelain tiles of superior quality and excelling craftsmanship has made them leaders in the world of tile manufacturing. The collective experience of Spanish innovators means you receive the guarantee of excellence in each tile. Codicer’s
European Tiles For Everyone
European cars, clothes, and cuisine seem to be revered the world over. Just mentioning that a product is made in Europe seems to denote that it is a quality item of style and superior craftsmanship. Unfortunately at times, it also implies that the product is probably out of the average person’s price range. European tiles.
The minimalist era of less is more is over. Now, more is more! The bolder the colour and design – the better! A new trend of fabulous decorative tiles for floors and walls is now available to decorate your home. From floral and abstract designs in soft muted shades to bright colours in high gloss
Are European Tiles More Expensive?
Just about everything that comes from Europe seems more expensive. Cars, brand name fashion items and food ingredients, they all come with premium price tags compared to their local or Asian counterparts. The same can be said about tiles too. European tiles are marginally more expensive compared to locally manufactured or Asian products and sometimes