The Imperial tiles emulate the chromatic variations and elegance of marble stoneware to offer a contemporary option for modern interiors.
The ceramics are vitrified in order to make them compact, hardwearing and non-porous. This makes them suited for use as both flooring and wall coverings, in a range of spaces including reception areas and poolside terraces.
“Offering a variety of surface finishes and a complete range of special pieces, Imperial is particularly suited to locations where a level change is necessary,” said Exagres marketing manager Isabel Cortés.
The durable tiles are also stain-resistant and frost-resistant, which makes them suitable for use both indoors and outdoors. They are available in five different base formats up to 120 x 120 centimetres.
The tiles come in a neutral palette of four hues including Arian, Ceniza, Moca and Siena.
Additional components in the Imperial collection include interior skirting, stair skirting, and step treads, as well as pieces specifically for swimming pools and water features such as grilles and skimmers.
Exagres is part of Tile of Spain, an association of over 100 Spanish tile manufacturers.
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