Design Seen: Supergres

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Casalgrande, Italy
Porcelain tiles from Supergres have the look of wood but the durability of tile, making them ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, and outdoor spaces. The Italian company’s latest line, Travel, debuted in September at Bologna’s Cersaie tile and furnishings show, presenting four new colors with textural details and shading that mimic the appearance of natural wood. Three plank sizes and two finishes—natural and antislip—further enhance functionality. +39.0522.997.411, www.supergres.com

 

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