Contemporary trends in interior design draw heavily from nature, more and more often and more boldly imitating its unique forms, structures, and colours. The basic assumption when designing is based on a concept referring to natural phenomena is uniqueness – as in nature, we do not meet two identical things. Interfering with the schematic is, therefore, not a desirable or almost necessary feature.

The same applies to the collection of ceramic tiles, which were marked as tonal ones – the designer’s overriding goal was to create a collection which will be ultimately impacted by customers. Such collections do not form a pattern which must be followed, they do not have markers defining the way the tiles are laid in relation to each other, nor are they decorated with graphics which continue across the surface of several of them.

Of course – due to technological limitations, manufacturers are not able to fully reflect the uniqueness of nature, but the ideal is getting closer. Will it be collections produced in the double-charge technology, or glazed porcelain faithfully reproducing the appearance of stone or wood, the effect of randomness proper to nature is able to reproduce with ever-better results. To enhance it, we encourage customers to mix the tiles within the purchased production batch before they are put together. The achieved visual effect will certainly prove to be extremely interesting and original.

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Mateusz Winkler
Copywriter i marketingowiec z ogromnym zamiłowaniem do nowych technologii (zwłaszcza tych związanych z marketingiem internetowym). W swoich artykułach na blogu skupia się głównie na praktycznym podejściu do designu i remontów.