Mat&More deco azure in bathroom wall tiles


    €44.59 per m2
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    Mat&more deco Azure by Fap Ceramiche is a white-body wall tile. Perfect for customising the bathroom with sobriety, style and elegance. The azure colour has a pastel shade; the surface is both matt and glossy to give movement and create very refined plays of light. Available in size 25x75.

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    The Mat&More collection by Fap ceramiche is modern, elegant and truly stylish. It features tiles that stand out for their innovation, interplay of surfaces and soft colours.

    Mat&more deco Azure is a tile with a surface that is smooth to the touch with opaque and semi-glossy elements that together generate a minimalist yet distinctive effect. The geometric patterns are perfect for those who want to personalise their bathroom, without overdoing it and without choosing a tile that is too worked and designed.

    Technical and Aesthetic Features

    • white-body wall tile
    • size 25x75;
    • matt and semi-gloss surface;
    • tone-on-tone geometric patterns;
    • thickness 8.5 mm;
    • Tile meeting the requirements of the Ecolabel: the European Community's eco-label awarded to products that have a reduced environmental impact throughout their entire life cycle; 
    • pastel blue colour;
    • for bathroom and kitchen wall tiles.

    Why choose Mat&More deco Azure?

    • tile with a different surface from the usual wall tiles;
    • elegant and understated matt and semi-gloss effect;
    • neutral colour, easy to combine with other shades;
    • high visual impact;
    • ideal for customising a bathroom wall or the inside of a shower cubicle;
    • perfect for an alternative kitchen screen;
    • modern, yet evergreen texture that does not tire with the passage of time.

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