Sardinia

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The Sardinia tile creates the effect of aged brick. It works perfectly in modern, especially industrial interiors, where it blends well with steel and glass.

The first brick was called adobe. It was dried in the sun and made of clay mixed with water. These oldest bricks are dated 7000-8000 B.C. Brick was raised to the level of luxury building material in England, where initially all prestigious buildings were built of brick, for example the royal palace of Hampton Court near London – then it was also used in residential homes. Today, we associate the English landscape with brick houses.
The Sardinia tile creates the effect of aged brick. It is available in Sardinia Marrone or brown, which makes the interior look slightly severe. It works perfectly in modern, especially industrial interiors, where it blends well with steel and glass. However, traditionalists who want to recall in their four walls the memory of a rural house or cottage will be happy to reach for this solution. The palette of arrangement applications also increases the possibility of using coloured joints.
 

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