Launched in Italy last year, the Belgique range adds a new colour to its palette.
October 7th, 2010
Milk, a beautiful off-white coloured timber porcelain, replicates the natural oak floors typically found in Europe, acting as both an internal and external finish.
Inspired by natural timber, the Belgique range follows a specific blending procedure in which various runs of one colour are made and then mixed and blended together ensuring the product has a natural variation and no two products are the same.
In this way a different result is achieved every time the product is laid.
Belgique is available in 6 natural colours suitable for interiors such as bathrooms, kitchens and living areas.
The lighter shades are warm and natural, whilst the dark shades add a more sumptuous feel to an interior setting.
This product is also available in a structured finish, which emulates hand-cut wood, perfectly suitable for exterior spaces.
Belgique is made in 5 sizes, allowing endless combinations when laying this product, whether it be the traditional herringbone pattern, or a more modern format where various modular sizes are combined to amplify the space.
Colours available Warm, Dark, Tan, Natural, Gray and Milk (coming soon)
Sizes available 15×15, 10×40, 10×120, 15×120, 20×120
Structured finish available in 20×120
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