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Magma Black ceramic design

Magma Black – Opulence & Personality

04.09.19

Black has always been associated with opulence and elegance, and with Magma Black settings can be infused with both these qualities, wherever it is used. This new ceramic tile collection by Venis guarantees living spaces brimming with personality, with striking contrasts that are conceived to amaze.

PORCELANOSA Group took Marquina marble as its source of inspiration: a dark-coloured recrystallised limestone rock mainly quarried in the province of Vizcaya in Spain. This compact metamorphic fine-grained rock stands out for its white veined pattern, where the remains of fossils can be seen, bringing character to all surfaces where it is used.

Magma Black | Suitable for all living spaces

These large-format wall and floor tiles presented by Venis last September at Cersaie in Bologna are perfect for all settings, including bathrooms, dining rooms, hallways or even terraces. The floor tiles come in a 59.6×59.6cm or 80x80cm format, with the second being particularly suitable for large surface areas, where it guarantees an added sense of spaciousness.

Magma Black | Wall décors

The wall tiles come in a 33.3x100cm format, accompanied by two décors: Deco Lines Magma and Deco Infinito Magma. The former is decorated with narrow closely set parallel lines, as opposed to the latter’s thicker lines. In both cases, they can be used as distinctive features to draw attention to certain areas of a room.

Magma Black | Combined with Rivoli

If what you seek to achieve is a more dynamic luminous backdrop, then Magma Black should be combined with Rivoli, a marble-effect tile collection launched this year by Venis. With its more restful snowy white background, crisscrossed by discrete grey veins, Rivoli ensures a fascinating contrast.

This collection also features two décors: Deco Lines Rivoli and Deco Infinito Rivoli. We like to combine Magma Black with one of the two décors to innovative effect, creating settings that stand out for their intensity.

Magma Black | Minimalist living spaces

One option is to combine Magma Black with black and white furniture so as to achieve a uniform look. In our case, we opted for designer chairs in gold to add a touch of colour.

When both these marble-effect collections are combined with ceramic wood from the Starwood range, the outcome is always bound to be a success. In fact, marble and wood mixes are all the rage this year and this is a very successful combination for bathrooms.

Magma Black is perfect for minimalist settings with as little furniture as possible, all in a basic straight-lined design, so as to turn the spotlight onto the walls and floor. Black and white is also synonymous with minimalism, perfect for sofas, tables, shelves and other decorative features.

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