Marazzi collections dazzle with intriguing textures, patterns

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Dallas–Marazzi is introducing six new collections—elevating its bold, Italian-inspired tile offerings to a new level of luxury. The new products fuse the natural elements of stone and wood-looks with dramatic graphic variations to inspire and accent daring, fashionable spaces.

“Marazzi offers products that are stylish and fashion-forward—just like our customers,” said Micah Hand, brand marketing manager, Marazzi. “By unifying Marazzi’s Italian heritage with modern trend-forward style, our extension of the Urban District collection provides additional variation on the popular reclaimed wood look, while new collections like Materika and Modern Oasis allow homeowners to confidently express bold visions and create a head-turning home.”

Part of the Urban District collection, Urban District MIX helps consumers achieve shabby chic, coastal and farmhouse looks with reclaimed wood-look tile.

Edgewood glazed porcelain floor tile creates modernize classic designs with hardwood-look, and offers a four-color rich palette that can be arranged in on-trend herringbone or chevron patterns to dramatize floors and walls.

Materika, a glazed ceramic wall tile that features flat, wavy or combed surfaces, helps making a statement easy. Over-sized 16” x 48” plank sizes create stunning walls that are design elements unto themselves.

Cavatina adds drama and movement to interior designs. It emulates natural striations and patterns in travertine, and offers versatile styles including three field tile sizes and brick-joint mosaic, within vastly-ranged colorways of white, beige, brown and gray.

Accomplish a modern, serene look in residential and commercial spaces with Modern Oasis. Popular large porcelain planks designed to look like limestone in calming organic shades contrast well with wood, glass and stone elements.

The Luminescence collection of glass rectangle mosaics projects a beveled surface look, creating depth, intrigue and texture to kitchen and bath walls.

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