KikoKiko is a textile look wall tile. Each color has nine different but similar textures that are taken from four fabrics: linen, silk, cotton and hemp.
LondonLondon combines traditional charm and contemporary mod geometry to create a timeless decorative concrete tile look.
MaiolicaMaiolica takes inspiration from the artisanal pottery that Marca Corona made when the company was founded in 1741.
MaisonMaison is a traditional crackle glaze wall tile available in two field sizes and two relief patterns: Marais and Pigalle.
MarksMarks recreates a floor that has been aged and weathered over time. The textured surface reveals peeling paint and traces of past traffic.
NeocimNeocim is a collection that updates the encaustic tile look with crisp lines and a modern palette.
RakuRaku mimics the random irregularities created in the refractory clay used by ceramic artists. The effect of the muted matte base and contrasting reflective lustre glazes results in a collection of unique but coordinating wall tiles.