Introducing the Palissandro Bathroom and Frake Bedroom â€“ luxury Italian-made flooring.
January 18th, 2010
Di Lorenzo’s latest range of flooring demonstrate how blending two types of flooring in a contemporary setting can create a unique look for domestic or commercial space.
The Italian-made products combine the charm of refined wood and the elegance of marble to create a sophisticated and contemporary look.
Made from fine porcelain stoneware 10 mm thick – with a glossy or natural finish – the ’Palissandro’ series beautifully replicates marble, by applying the latest production technologies to porcelain stoneware.
Among the many existing varieties of marble, the most precious and sought-after are the ones that are predominantly white, and the Palissandro range offers four shades of it.
The bedroom flooring, ’Frake’ is from the Le Essenze timber range and was created to promote the appreciation of exotic wood varieties.
Available in six colours and various sizes, it is a unique product standing out from the many timber replicas that have currently invaded the market.
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