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Warm your whole home with Marazzi wood-look stoneware

Warm your whole home with Marazzi wood-look stoneware

Wood-look stoneware has become one of the most popular finishes during the last few years.

Of course it is true that a stoneware floor will never feel as warm to the touch as parquet. But choosing stoneware brings countless benefits: first and foremost, outstanding resistance to wear and scratching, strong water-repellency and convenient care. Add an exquisite appearance and it will not be difficult to understand why wood-look stoneware is one of today's favourite flooring materials.

Marazzi's range in this area covers both the most traditional and the most contemporary tastes, thanks to the many variants of wood-look porcelain stoneware the company offers.

Treverkchic is the stoneware for those who love high quality woods. Available in Noce (Italian, French, American and stained) and Teak, Treverkchic is the collection that presents all the beauty of wood, with its most natural vein patterns and warmest shades.
It is the perfect material for adding a classical touch of colour to the most minimalist interiors, or for accompanying furniture in the most traditional style.

Treverkmust, on the other hand, is designed for  lovers of vintage design and retro-chic moods. The collection evokes all the unique appeal of bleached, oiled planks, in two versions, with or without knots. It is also available in the original Chevron size, ideal for the Chevron herringbone laying pattern now very
much in fashion.

Treverktrend, to conclude, isthe wood-look stoneware for lovers of Scandinavian style, but with added potential. The collection features two woods with two very different effects: oak, with its warm colour, and larch, with its distinctively Nordic character.
Therefore, depending on the finish chosen, it is the ideal line for fans of Scandinavian simplicity and minimalism, but also for post-industrial and mid-Century styles.