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Posted in Fab Fact Friday
11th December 2020
The new resin effect porcelain tile collection Prism, introduced for 2021 by Minoli, represents the concept of light refraction.
13 colours from neutrals to reds, pinks, blues, and greens are represented on a trowelled effect surface design, much like levelled concrete.
Prism porcelain tiles are available in a range of sizes and three finishes. Matt, Silk and Grip which comes in two thicknesses.
Prism Matt is produced in sizes: 30/60, 60/60, 60/120, 120/120 with a 9mm thickness and 120/278 in 6mm.
Prism Silk comes in the three sizes of 30/60, 60/60 and 120/120 all with a 9mm thickness.
The outdoor versions are available in size 120/120 and comes in both the 9mm for indoors and 20mm for outdoor application. The 20mm Outdoor tiles can be placed on grass, gravel, traditionally fixed or pedestals.
Prism Grip has a high slip resistance of R11, suitable for wet areas as well as outdoors.
The Matt finish of Prism has a suitable slip resistance of R10 and presents a smooth surface suitable for floor and walls.
Prism Silk has a tactile lustre and provides a luxury finish to the concrete look tile, that offers the desired aesthetic of polished concrete of which many new build interior trends adhere to.
The brighter colours of Prism: Bloom, Caramel, Grape, Moss, Emerald, Dusk and Midnight are produced in format 120/278.
Mix and match different colours or choose a pared back, tone on tone look.
Prism is a versatile porcelain tile range with modular sizing which can provide spaces of multi tones that work together in perfect harmony.
The availability of surfaces allows for the ability to achieve visual continuity for floor and walls of interiors and beyond into outdoor spaces and wet areas.
Porcelain and ceramic décor pieces in the Prism range add interest and texture. The unique mosaics, Maze and Wiggle, present modern surfaces for stylish interiors.
With prism, every environment conveys the personality of those who live there. Whether tone-on-tone or contrasting combinations, the wide range of colours allows for maximum creativity and ability to interject a personal touch.