Hafary introduces a new interpretation of wood effect porcelain stoneware called Treverkcharme.
May 18th, 2016
With advancements in manufacturing processes, porcelain tiles that are made to look like other materials such as wood, stone and even textile have gained in popularity. Tiles made with the aesthetic look of wood are particularly well received given their warm and solid appearance, coupled with their versatility, high performance and durability.
Trevekcharme from Marazzi, Italy, carried exclusively by Hafary in Singapore, is a particularly inspiring series of wood effect porcelain stoneware. The skillful play of patterning and colour merge to create a contemporary, minimalist collection that can be used in any setting, from residential to retail and more.
Trevekcharme’s patterning and new 10 x 70cm size makes it suitable for a range of installation layouts, and enables the creation of interesting, creative flooring effects. The tiles are easy to maintain, durable, and unlike real wood, can be used in wet areas such as kitchens and bathrooms.
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