Villa privata - partanna Ceramiche Caesar, Piastrelle, lastre e soluzioni tecniche in gres porcellanato

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Villa privata - partanna

Caesar ha contribuito alla realizzazione di un'abitazione residenziale privata fornendo alcune delle sue collezioni in gres porcellanato made in Italy piщ di prestigio per rivestire i pavimenti degli ambienti living, della sala da bagno e della camera da letto.

Caesar contributed to the creation of a private house using its most prestigious Made in Italy porcelain tiles to clad the living room, the bathroom and the bedroom. Traditional and contemporary style with a cement look characterise the living room, paved with the One collection, a porcelain tile surface with soft and engulfing shades that offers spaces a sense of warmth, naturalness and elegance. Installed in the large 60x120 cm size in the Rope colour, One combines contrasting inspirations to create a unique balance of style, giving unrivalled originality to spaces. The bedroom area has a warmer allure thanks to the use of the Life series, a collection that reinterprets natural wood in porcelain tiles and that, in its Noce colour, creates an atmosphere of relaxing wellbeing. Gate, in the Beige colour and in 75x75, 60x60 and 30x60 cm size is used in the bathroom with extraordinary elegance. Its minimalist graphics inspired by the look of cement allow for the utmost creative freedom and perfectly integrates with all the design elements. Furthermore, the materials are devotedly manufactured with eco-sustainable technology.

The tiles used in the project

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