Natural Stone-Inspired Tiles Collection By Marazzi

New Marazzi's tile collection is inspired by natural stone

New Marazzi's tile collection is inspired by natural stone

The darkest known form of slate and prized Belgian rock Pierre Blue are among the inspirations for the latest tiles in Marazzi’s Mystone range with three new types of tiles: Ardesia, Bluestone and Lavagna.

The tiles are made from porcelain but offer the appearance of natural stone. Each model is available in a range of different colors, sizes and finishes – including structured surfaces that mimic the texture of the stones on which they’re based.

Mystone Ardesia emulates the patterns of its namesake limestone, and comes in three neutral hues: bianco, cenere and antracite. Bluestone, meanwhile, is based on the well-known Pierre Blue stone from the Belgain region of Soignies, a sedimentary rock that in its natural form varies from pale blue to grey. Marazzi is making it available in three shades of grey: grigio, piombo and antracite. The third kind of tile, Lavagna, is based on the blackest slate, which has seen extensive oxidation, so is available in just one color: nero.

The tiles can be used on floors and walls, and come in indoor and outdoor varieties, which makes them perfect for creating unbroken visual continuity between different spaces or surfaces.

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Mystone Ardesia is inspired by natural limestone, is available in different sizes and mosaic options

Mystone Ardesia is inspired by natural limestone, is available in different sizes and mosaic options

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Bluestone tiles are inspired by Pierre Blue stone from Belgium and are available in three shades

Bluestone tiles are inspired by Pierre Blue stone from Belgium and are available in three shades

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Lavagna tiles are inspired by the darkest slate and are available only in black

Lavagna tiles are inspired by the darkest slate and are available only in black

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