First of all, in mosaics the hexagonal proportions trend continues. On the other hand, on the porcelain subtle stone designs are definitely very attractive and popular between their customers.
Following the hexagonal sizes trend and listening very closely to their customers, Intermatex Group has developed a new range called Vintage. A range that includes 5 colours (white, black, grey, brown and beige), with hexagonal chips but with the novelty that this mosaic is ready to be cut in vertical and horizontally, so it’s possible to be used as border. This is an important restriction every hexagonal format mosaics has.
We remain briefly for the customers that were not in Cevisama, the novelties that were launched in the spanish show In February. Living y Tour, hexagonal proportions, first one in smaller sixes and flexible for curved areas and floors, and the second one in bigger sizes with digital printed patterns. Elements, digital printed textile patterns but now in 5x5cm. Finally, Kroma, range that brings with matt finishes an update of the Elegance range, very popular for its metallics.
With regards to porcelain, for the successful range Domus (carrara marble) that was launched in Cevisama in 60×60 size, they launch one side Domus Bianco 30×60, that bring a lot of possibilities in order to match wall areas, and on the other side they complement the range with a couple of mosaics Domus Bianco 5x5cms y Domus Bianco Esagono, same size as the Tour range.
Porcelain novelties launched in Cevisama 2015 are the company best sellers, Capri 60×60 y Alaska 60×60, but in 60×120 size.