Things are getting wet wet wet

By Hardware Journal Team March 03, 2014 Wet Areas

There is plenty happening in wet areas. Here we present a round-up of new products, promotions and developments from key players.

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Heritage Tiles continues to expand its offering with additions that address a variety of stylistic trends in colour, pattern and texture for 2014. The Manhattan wall tile range takes advantage of improved digital printing technology to print an even larger range of patterns and colours on undulating and uniquely surfaced textures. This adds an extra dimension to neutral colour schemes or creates striking features areas in bolder colours.

Heavily patterned vintage designs continue their popularity with new Moroccan influenced designs available in colours from subtle grey in the Gredos range to brighter colourful patterns as well as 3D patterned looks which add interesting visual depth to flat surfaces.

Heritage is also meeting recent rises in demand for wood look porcelain tiles with its Etic porcelain tile range offering 7 different types of wood looks in “plank sizes”. Indoor and outdoor options are available.

The Uonuon “Pop Wood” tile range offers a very unique and imaginative offering for style conscious Kiwis who want to make more of a statement, offering porcelain tiles with a graphic wood grain pattern in a range of bright colours.

There are more options available withvin natural stone looks that are more realistic than ever. From the classic look of polished white marble in the Marvel range, to the Italian Blendstone range that blends granite and marble effects to create a unique stone look.

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