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Visiting Cersaie? Make sure you pay a visit to the House of British Ceramic Tile!
If you're visiting Cersaie, the exhibition in Bologna which is taking place in just a couple of weeks (23rd -27th September) make sure you schedule in plenty of time for stand A230 in hall 25, where British Ceramic Tile will be showcasing its new and exciting range of wall and floor tiles to worldwide markets.
Visitors will be inspired by The House of British Ceramic Tile, which brings together the company's diverse product offering all together under one visually stunning roof, proving that tiles offer decorative and functional solutions for rooms beyond the kitchen and bathroom.
Created to celebrate the best in British manufacturing, The House of British Ceramic Tile will be showcasing ceramic wall and floor inspiration, together with porcelain, glass, stone, licensed ranges and decoration. Each room has been specifically themed for added theatre, making the company's stand a must-see at this year's exhibition.
New additions to the market leading HD (high definition) collection, including striking concrete and wood effect tiles, will be on show in the dining room, while on display in the bathroom will be more HD ranges accompanied by the monochrome range, Function and Form.
The kitchen will be home to Hemingway, an iconic collection of decorative ceramic tiles developed with British design duo Gerardine and Wayne Hemingway MBE, along with the Colour Compendium; British Ceramic Tile's complete range of coloured ceramic wall tiles in gloss, satin and textured finishes.
Residing in the living room are more Hemingway ranges, with the V&A collection, inspired by artefacts and designs housed in London's Victoria & Albert Museum, proudly on show in the cloakroom.
Another designer collaboration, Conran, will feature in the bedroom, plus there will also be an Impact Zone; an entire space dedicated to British Ceramic Tile's extensive collection of glass tiles and splashbacks - an area bound to draw attention with its myriad of on trend colours, finishes and versatile sizes. The company's range of design led feature floors will be on view in the entranceway.
"Following on from the success of last year's show, we are keen to grow our export markets and further strengthen our relationship with customers,"says Dick Sale, British Ceramic Tile's Export Director.
"We are very excited to communicate with visitors about our ever-growing, incredibly versatile collection of tiles, from core ranges to design-led collaborations at the show and look forward to seeing everyone in Bologna."
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6th September 2013