Earp Bros introduces the new wave of dimensional product from tile manufacturer Venis.
April 3rd, 2012
Inspired by natural stone and the movements of windswept sand, the Ona and Madagascar tile ranges lend a warm, luxurious feel to walls and floors.
The Ona dimensional wall tile plays with light and shadow as well as natural colour variations to create a soft, textural finish.
Complimentary porcelain floor tiles from the Madagascar range continue the feel and the neutral colour palette underfoot.
Thanks to new inkjet printing technologies, the tiles have the aesthetic of natural stone with all the benefits of porcelain and ceramic products.
Ona and Madagascar are just a few of the new ranges from Venis available through Earp Bros.
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