Dallas — Ragno USA said it has expanded its range of porcelain tile with the addition of three new collections–Kenilworth, Villa Medici and Woodstyle. Featuring visuals inspired by natural stone, clay and wood, the collections draw from European trends while meeting domestic design preferences.
“The collections emit an old-world feel, but the visuals were actually created using the latest technology including our advanced 3-D digital print technique,” said Marianne Cox, director of brand marketing, Ragno USA. “We pride ourselves in this dichotomy of ancient inspiration and modern innovation, as it allows us to bring our customers authentic designs that stand up to quality and durability expectations.”
Kenilworth porcelain features wide planks and squares in foundational neutrals. Available in shades of beige, charcoal, grey and walnut, the collection includes tiles of 12 x 24 complemented by intriguing design elements in 13 x 13 and 20 x 20 modules. Mesh-mounted 2 x 2 mosaics, 3 x 13 bullnose, 6 x 12 cove base and 1 x 6 out angles are also available.
Villa Medici porcelain is a collection inspired by artisanal, handcrafted cottos with worn, softened edges. Both 3-D digital print techniques and roller applications are used to achieve the look of ancient terra cotta with its own built-in deco of intricate diamond geometric patterns randomly scattered throughout. The collection is available in shades of cotto, grey, smoke and white.
Woodstyle porcelain is a gentler, more refined wood-look collection created with 3-D digital printing. Distinctive graining with soft scraped effects inspired by rich walnut. Available in three authentic wood colors: Acero, Faggio, and Noce, the collection features large format rectified planks available in 6 x 48, 8 x 48 and 12 x 48 sizes.