The 6 brands of porcelain tiles for interiors that you should know about
If you have arrived here it is because you are carrying out a renovation or you are going to immerse yourself in an interior intervention to change or improve an interior space in your home or company. All of us who find ourselves in this situation will always remember the choice of materials that form part of our interior design project. Being, without a doubt, the materials to cover floors and walls one of the products that we had the hardest time choosing.
Ceramic, gresite, or porcelain material… There are several materials for floor and wall coverings that we can find! However, in today’s list we are going to include the 6 most interesting national and international brands according to our tastes. Collaborators who, throughout all these years, in one way or another have been an inspiration for Molins Design. Do you want to discover them?
The best porcelain catalogue according to Molins Design
When it comes to porcelain floor tiles and ceramic products, our country has a long tradition and a network of companies that produce high quality products. However, today we highlight the most important companies on the commercial scene, both nationally and internationally. Take a look at them!
One of the most interesting porcelain tile brands in Spain is the Cosentino Group. We are talking about a family company that produces and distributes innovative surfaces of high value for the world of design and architecture. Molins Design has been working together with Cosentino for several years, as they offer us as clients solutions that bring design and value, as well as inspiration to our interventions.
This company, which specialises in all types of cladding, works with various pioneering brands such as Silestone, Dekton and Sensa by Cosentino. Undoubtedly, companies that have the highest quality materials and the most advanced technology of the moment. Premises that make it possible to create unique atmospheres and designs for the home and public spaces.
The best known by all: Porcelanosa. Undoubtedly, one of the best-known brands specialising in monoporosa, stoneware and porcelain stoneware floor and wall tiles. They offer a wide variety of formats and multiple finishes, adaptable to any renovation project.
More than a company, it is a group of companies with more than 40 years of experience, present in more than a hundred countries around the world. Porcelanosa has opted for product diversification, which is why its catalogues include wall tiles for kitchens, bathrooms and certain pieces of furniture.
Inalco works surfaces according to these three premises: minerals, design and innovation. Through the exclusivity, quality and elegance of its materials, the Inalco group represents a real revolution for architecture and interior design.
The porcelain wall tiles of this brand become sustainable products, with a high degree of innovation and adaptation to the space. Its designs are versatile, effective and contemporary. Something that positions the brand, both nationally and internationally.
Leading international brand in revolutionary, innovative cladding made from 100% natural raw materials. Since its creation in 2009, Neolith has become the best solution for indoor and outdoor spaces, combining exquisite design with high functionality.
They consider themselves experts in the natural stone sector, as well as in bathroom and kitchen cladding, and are also creators of high quality worktops.
The Mutina factory, located in the Italian city of Modena, is today one of the most interesting ceramic materials companies on an international level. With more than 30 years of work behind it, this Italian company has an endless collection of ceramic tiles. Its textures and colours are infinite, as is its extensive range of refined, smooth and surprising finishes.
Mutina is the result of the union of several designers who are passionate about ceramic tiles. As a result, the company renews and offers different combinations and innovative materials, which arise from the spontaneity of the best designers of the moment.
The materials and new concepts of the Mutina porcelain tile brand have been part of some of our latest renovation projects. Materials that fascinate us for their contemporary style, quality and easy installation.
6. Grupo Florim
Another of the most interesting Italian porcelain tile brands is Florim. Formerly known as Floor Gres, this international porcelain tile company combines contemporary style with sustainability. All its products are environmentally friendly, as well as being committed to beauty and innovation.
This type of porcelain stoneware has certain characteristics that make it a very special product. Perhaps its greatest advantages lie in the great resistance and hardness of the material.
It is a very low porosity ceramic product, with minimal water absorption, which makes it the perfect floor for outdoors, as it withstands humidity without any problems. In fact, its resistance to adverse weather conditions is very high.
In Florim we can find a wide variety of colours and finishes in porcelain stoneware. Different models of different textures, with incredible chromatic nuances and pieces that imitate the appearance of other materials with great realism. It is also incredible the great amount of formats and sizes that we can find.
Porcelain tile brands, a world to discover
As you have been able to see, the best porcelain tile brands for floor and wall coverings acquire a good management of the raw material. All these leading firms manage to create pieces with great detail, but they also focus on caring for the environment and contributing to nature.
The installation of these materials requires a great deal of work and the use of all kinds of high-tech machinery. However, the roots are never lost and the traditional and subtle styles are preserved.
And you… Which porcelain tile firms or brands do you choose?
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