Imagine a floor that has been aged and weathered over time with traces of past traffic and peeling paint. Its "marks" are celebrated as part of the history that makes it interesting today. Add to that charm the ease of maintenance and high quality of an Italian inkjet porcelain, and Elios has a line that is sure to get people excited. It is rustic but would look equally appealing in a contemporary environment. There is a lot of variation and tiles must be blended from multiple boxes during installation.