Keraben Group, new trendsetting collections enhancing great aesthetic values
New colour shades, new textures and innovative finishes
Groove collection by Keraben.
Leeds collection by Casa Infinita, Keraben Group.
Shape collection by Metropol, Keraben Group.
The Keraben Group, a leading Spanish firm for ceramic tile manufacturing, showcased its newest product proposals for interior home decoration, at the recent edition of the Cersaie exhibition in Bologna, Italy. The three brands that are composing the prominent tile Group; Keraben, Metropol and Casa Infinita, presented their new collections to, once again, set the latest market trends in global ceramic design. The exquisiteness of the new advanced size of white body wall tiles, classified as one of the highlights of new product launches, introducing a significant new 40x120cm format, enriches the “Convenient Large” series with various new collections. This series was created and developed, with the aim to satisfy customer needs when XL format tiles are too large, but L size tiles turn out too small. All of this enhancing four completely new finishes.
The Antislip Shoeless Technology inaugurates an innovative and improved version of non-slip porcelain tiles, introducing an ultra-fine grain that is hardly noticeable when touching the piece. The new “Honed” ceramic finish, as its name properly indicates, shows a honed-like aspect with extra silk touch. The new “Soft” finish on the other hand, has a matt tinted lappato finish with a pleasing soft touch feel. Both new finishes are available for all collections with relief surface design. Last but not least, the “Silk” option features an original silky finish, based on new technologies and especially engineered in-house glazing.
The common element for the composition of all collections, is the extensive product range proposal and the huge variety of textures, formats and colours. The large rectified tile formats, the presence of relief tiles, the contrast between toned-down shaded colours and an appealing chromatic palette, form the alma mater of the latest ceramic trends.