Marazzi launches Sabbia Marmo porcelain tile

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Dallas, Texas—Marazzi has launched Sabbia Marmo, a new porcelain tile collection that aims to imbue any space with elegance and relaxation. Inspired by the sand floors of nature’s great oceans, Sabbia Marmo features a soft curved, linear pattern reminiscent of undercurrent markings on the ocean floor.  The designs’ layers vary slightly in color tone.

“To enhance the tactile experience of Sabbia Marmo, we have added an application to the surface that gives it the feel of light sand to the touch,” said Shelly Halbert, director of product design, Dal-Tile Corporation. “Visually, you’ll see hints of gloss reflected in the lighter veins, adding dimension and movement to the floor. This new collection offers four on-trend matte colors: black, white, medium gray and dark gray. To finish off the collection, we added a 12 x 24 linear mosaic in all colors. Sabbia Marmo offers daring looks to express unique style.”

With its contemporary design and the addition of StepWise Technology, Sabbia Marmo is designed for commercial projects both indoors and out, according to Tamara Grandusky, senior director of national accounts, Dal-Tile Corporation. “Tile with StepWise Technology is 50% more slip-resistant than ordinary tile,” she said. “Sabbia Marmo is appropriate for both residential and commercial use as indoor floors, walls and countertops as well as exterior floor applications.”

The collection is available in three large format sizes—12 x 24, 24 x 24 and 24 x 48—plus a linear strip mosaic (mesh-mounted). Waterproof, stainproof, dentproof, scratch-resistant and fire-resistant, this product contains zero VOCs, zero PVCs, zero formaldehyde and no allergens. Sabbia Marmo also features SimpliClean for easy cleaning and is Made in the USA.

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