Launching Primavera & Lane, by Mutina
Lane and Primavera are the two new Mutina collections designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby.
Talking About Terrazzo
Terrazzo is a throwback trend making its way back on to the scene of interiors. Take a look to see Casa Ceramica’s inspired Terrazzo tiles, which can provide any room with an artisanal impression.
Numi Wins Best Wall-Covering at Elle Decoration Awards 2016
Described as the ‘Oscars of the Design Community’, Mutina’s Numi was topped as favourite for Best Wall-Covering in Elle Decorations Awards 2016. The breathtaking Numi range is also featured in their Magazine’s September 2016 issue, featuring below “The World’s Best Designs”.
Casa’s Grout Maintenance Guide
Ceramic tile is a popular flooring option for its appearance, ability to last, and ease of aftercare. Most tiles are sealed by grout, a cement or epoxy-based substance that is used to secure and brace tiles. It also acts as a cushion as they expand and contract from rising temperatures. Here are our top tips… Read More
Synonyms & Antonyms
Introducing the brand new range Synonyms & Antonyms, by 41zero42. Available to order at Casa Ceramica.
Marmorae – The present-day Scagliola
Introducing Marmorae, the newest collection by 14 Ora Italiana. An innovative representation of a present-day Scagliola – an imitation of hand drawn Marble veins used in the 17th Century.
Laminam goes Green
An innovative active cleansing technology, has been associated into the global industry of ceramic tiles.
With the summer season just around the corner, Casa Ceramica have chosen the perfect mediterranean tiles to style your home.
Additional Mutina Collections at Casa Ceramica
Mutina is a brand new way of looking at porcelain ceramics. Their vision is no longer just tiles, but pieces of interior design.
Working closely with STAC Architecture
Courtesy of STAC Architecture, we were fortunate to work along side their team to develop a large, fantastic artwork feature wall, that could be appreciated from great distances across the park.