Romax Tiles introduces its new Origami, Harlem and Baroq series.
January 17th, 2011
Bored of ordinary, conservative selections of wall tiles on the market? Take a look at the new ranges by Romax Tiles.
The Origami series explores repeating geometric shapes and patterns in a blend of science, art, texture and structure. The effect is a dynamic piece that breathes with light and shadow.
Measuring 200x600mm and available in a gloss finish in 4 contemporary colours – China White, Gazebo White, Flatrock and City Cooper – as well as 2 types of floral patterns, the Origami range offers numerous mix and match combinations.
The Baroq series of gloss wall tiles also comes with matching floor tiles in matt glazed porcelain, giving designers the complete package.
Romax’s semi-polish Harlem Renaissance brand is made using the latest tile-producing technology and takes its inspiration from Jean Toomer and the Harlem Renaissance movement, expressing this art revolution in an innovative porcelain tile.
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