Wood-effect floor and wall tiles
Surfaces in wood-effect porcelain stoneware are perfect for those who love the warmth and elegance of natural wood, but appreciate the durability, ease of use and high performance of porcelain stoneware.
Porcelain stoneware, which is used both for wood-effect tiles and for parquet-effect flooring, is a versatile answer for many types of environments and applications (floor, wall and furniture).
The Florim collections
The Florim collections in wood-effect porcelain stoneware boast a vast range of different proposals that include different styles and chromatic expressions (from light, luminous tones to darker and more mysterious ones), and different aesthetic effects (from the most simple and contemporary wood effect to those that appear gnarled, worn and marked by time).
These collections are also available in large formats, reflecting the latest trends in interior design and our company's constant commitment to research and innovation in materials and technology.
Features and benefits
The first great advantage of stoneware over natural wood is the fact that it is functional and practical to use.
Unlike a classic parquet, Florim stoneware does not require particular attention and maintenance because it is:
- Resistant to shocks, stress and scratching
- Resistant to wear and tear
- Resistant to water
- Resistant to chemical attack
- Resistant to stains
- Resistant to temperature changes
- Inalterable over time
- Hygienic and easy to clean
Wood-effect porcelain stoneware is a perfect conductor of heat (and therefore suitable for underfloor heating) and is also non-slip and frost resistant when laid outdoors.
Types and applications
Florim wood-effect porcelain stoneware surfaces are available in staves and planks in a variety of sizes (from very small to very convenient large slabs) and are also suitable for outdoor use, where they can be laid directly without joints.
If you are looking for a wall or floor covering inspired by this material, you can choose from a wide variety of wood types, including oak, ash, walnut, acacia, wenge and Canadian maple, which can be perfectly matched to any style and type of furniture.
But that's not all! The possibility of combining the traditional charm of wood with the practicality of stoneware in a single material makes it even more versatile for use in interior decoration and design: from classic parquet flooring to wall cladding, to the more modern use on furniture and furnishing accessories, as in the case of bathrooms or kitchens in stoneware, for an interesting total look effect.