UseFloors and Walls
CharacteristicsChemical resistance, waterproof, durable, frost resistance, stain resistant, abrasion resistance
Industrial style kitchens are a simple but sophisticated look for a contemporary kitchen. This style opens the door to the use of rough and unfinished looking surfaces. The Tribeca ceramic tile series from Ceramica Rondine is inspired by the Tribeca neighborhood in New York. These tiles feature the colors and surfaces typical of painted brick. They are available in a wide range of colors - sand, white, old red, mud, multi-color, and grey. When used in a kitchen setting, these tiles help to create a raw industrial feel. These tiles are easy to clean, resistant to surface scratching and waterproof for a supremely functional and attractive kitchen.
The industrial style is characterized by the use of neutral colors that has the potential to appear cool or stark if not balanced correctly. The introduction of raw, robust and warm surfaces such as Ceramica Rondine’s Pietre di Fiume range, which sits between beige and grey can help to achieve this balance. Warm colored furnishings or wood trims can be used to complete the mood.
Wood cabinets and tables are ideal for toning down the harsh industrial edge. Burnished or oxidized metal, exposed wiring, chairs, and shelving can also help set the scene. An element of playfulness can also be added by selecting geometric or textured tiles such as those from the Industrial Color Chic collection by Ceramica Rondine.