The most popular known kind of slate and precious Gee stone Pierre Blue are one of the inspirations for the most recent tiles at Marazzi’s Mystone variety with three new kinds of tiles: Ardesia, Bluestone and Lavagna.
The tiles are made from ceramic but provide the look of natural rock. Each version is offered in a selection of various colours, finishes and sizes — such as ordered surfaces that mimic the feel of the rocks where they are located.
Mystone Ardesia simplifies the routines of its namesake limestone, also comes in 3 neutral colors: bianco, cenere along with antracite. Bluestone, meanwhile, relies on the renowned Pierre Blue stone in the Belgain area of Soignies, a sedimentary stone that in its normal shape varies from light blue to gray. Marazzi is now making it accessible in three different shades of gray: grigio, piombo along with antracite. The next sort of vinyl, Lavagna, relies upon the blackest slate, that has witnessed extensive oxidation, therefore is offered in only 1 colour: nero.
The tiles may be used on floors and wallsand arrive in indoor and outdoor varieties, making them ideal for creating unbroken visual similarity between distinct surfaces or spaces.
Source : DigsDigs