UseTile flooring and wall.
ApplicationsBathroom, Kitchen and Living.
CharacteristicsRange of 36 chromatic shades organized into 4 families
Format60x60 and 30x60.
ColorsBiege, Light Grey, White, Black, Brown, Dark Grey and Coloured.
The Cromie collection by Ceramiche Refin is the result of the research into the chromatic component as a key factor of design thinking and it represents a new tool for a strategic use of colours in interior projects.
The innovative collection offers a range of 36 chromatic shades organized into 4 families with a logical structure that describes colours in the same way they are seen by the human eye and defines them using three parameters: hue, lightness and saturation.
Interpreting space in line with a smooth visual effect, shaped around the common element of colour: this is the innovative potential offered by Cromie, the result of research into colour as an essential variable in the development of project thinking. The aim of the collection is to offer a tool for the strategic use of colour in interior design, with a range of 33 colour variants organized into families, based on a logical system that describes colours as they are perceived by the human eye, defining them bases on shade, clarity, saturation.
Cromie develops over three families – Polvere, Terra, Fango – plus an additional one dedicated to trends (Tendenze) each with its own chromatic identity and an organisational logic which facilitates the understanding of its qualities and characteristics. Within each family there are nine colours organised to offer a twofold reading: a horizontal reading - arranged from the lightest to the darkest, and a vertical reading, based on hue, with neutral, cool or warm shades. The shades are defined following NCS Notation, making it possible to establish suitable combinations between ceramics and the other elements involved in designing a setting, such as wall paintings, furnishing accessories and fabrics.
The characteristics of each colour can be read intuitively, following the position of each colour within its family, or in an even more precise manner using the information provided in the NCS Notation supplied, for a strategic use of ceramics in project-planning.
The NCS - Natural Colour System® © is a logical colour arrangement and description system based on our perception. The NCS Notation is based on how much of a resemblance a colour has to the six colours that the human eyes identify as elementary: white (W), black (S), yellow (Y), red (R), blue (B) and green (G). The parameters taken into consideration to describe colour are hue, chromaticness and blackness.
- Light Grey
- Dark Grey