Slate and stone
As authentic as real slate
New HPL Texture PT Porto
The deep slate texture Porto has a smooth surface that is enlivened by some more and some less polygonal matt areas. The depth of the texture can be felt by the cutting edges of the various levels that are typical for slate. In the right light, the sharp cutting edges show reflections, and shadows on the opposite side, which emphasises the three-dimensionality also in a visual way. Porto looks particularly natural on slate decors, but just as interesting on ceramic or concrete, as well as dark plain decors. Porto is intended to be an HPL texture and suitable for horizontal as well as vertical use. It is non-directional.
A spectrum of black stones
In the past few years, marble has become one of the preferred stones in interior design. Used generously, its sophisticated look upgrades furniture and rooms. Stones were used for the first time on vertical areas of furniture. After busy multicoloured decors rich in contrasts, things are now calming down. Expansive, rather monochrome, with single veins only running through it here and there. The Caviar range offers a spectrum of black stones, in part with unusual metallic veins running through it.
Sharply outlined veins
S63066 Caviar Silver
Caviar Silver is one of the four marble decors in the Caviar range. Expansive and monochrome, these decors offer many different furniture and interior design combination options. The sharply outlined veins are open and carefully distributed across a surface with minimal cloudy contrasts. Particularly unusual is the silver tone of the veins, which has a mother-of-pearl radiance that goes perfectly with matching metal decors. Even with overlay, the metallic shine can still be experienced.
Expansive and monochrome
S63067 Caviar Gold
Caviar Gold is one of the four marble decors in the Caviar range. Expansive and monochrome, these decors offer many different furniture and interior design combination options. The sharply outlined veins are open and carefully distributed across a surface with minimal cloudy contrasts. Particularly unusual is the gold tone of the veins, which has a mother-of-pearl radiance that goes perfectly with respectively matching metal decors. Even with overlay, the metallic shine can still be experienced.
S63068 Caviar Green
Caviar Green is one of the four marble decors in the Caviar range. Expansive and monochrome, these decors offer many different furniture and interior design combination options. The sharply outlined veins are open and carefully distributed across the lively surface. The contrast between the intense shade of green and the jet black veins makes Caviar Green an attractive eye-catcher. This dominant decor goes well with plain striped woods or delicate metal decors.
All decors in this trend
Matt, polished looking surface
S63069 Cracked Marble Plaster
The particularly matt, polished looking surface, the generously-sized pattern with sharply contrasting splits and also the well-balanced soft contrasts provided by the expansive sections make the range of Cracked Marble decors so successful. S63058 Grey Blue Cracked Marble and S63056 Greige Cracked Marble are now joined by the monochrome and therefore even more versatile version Plaster. This stone goes particularly well with dark woods and warm metal shades.
A décor with grit
Expansive light stones are a friendly, warm alternative to the many grey and/or dark materials. Tosca is one of the new travertine decors that impresses even without the often dominant holes. Instead, the vertically-oriented stone decor features a rather grainy looking surface and sand-like colour gradients with a wide spectrum, from blue to powder, sand and greige shades. Almost all plain colours therefore go well with this; light woods are a fresh combination.
Anything but a traditional marble
Anything but a traditional marble. Aperol is a less expansive marble marked only by random single veins that feature granite-like, quite grainy sections. The meandering veins primarily come in light nuances that match the unusual spectrum of grey in the plain areas; random sections of the veins in shades of orange as well as extremely subtle fine lines in blue add esprit. They inspire fresh colour combinations with matching plain decors.
A touch of green
S63070 Marmor Lugano
Lugano Marble features a touch of green and looks understated and smooth, yet also generous and friendly. Two kinds of veins run through the monochrome, slightly cloudy background – whitish, sharp and clearly defined ones as well as diffuse, weakly contrasting, more graceful ones in shades of orange. The latter perfectly match materials and plains in orange and rust shades. Combinations with walnut or fruit tree woods add a classic note to the entire look; light maple looks fresh and modern.
All decors in this trend
Woods becoming increasingly plainer is associated with a stronger focus on fragmented stones and terrazzo. The cheerful, uncomplicated terrazzo decors are brought to life by the fact that they are so easy to combine with other decors, as the colours picked up from their surroundings, automatically pull everything together. In style terms, terrazzo offers a wide spectrum, from concrete pebbles to coloured 1960s-style stones, graphic decors and broken shells or mother-of-pearl upgrades.