3 June 2016
Kiko Collection, Italian Ceramic Wall Tile With A Textile Look
In a world of emerging trends that allow us to revisit old world styles, tile patterns, even innovative concrete look tiles, it’s pleasant to visit an outlier. Enter imola with their penchant for vibrant colors, innovative patterns and inspiration. Known for their experimentations with graffiti, and street art, imola has delivered a new and accessible style in their Kiko Collection.
The Kiko collection takes its cues from a variety of sources. Take the color combinations to begin with. While the collection is complete with an expected complement of beige, grey, and white tile colors, it quickly jumps to warmer browns, orange, and a much more vibrant teal and aquamarine. It’s clear that the neutral and cold colors are made to fade into the background, making room for the others to shine.
The Kiko collection also features eight different textures, each based on a different fabric. The differences can be a bit nuanced, but when viewed together, the differences create a unique blend. The fabric textures include a mixture of cotton, hemp, silk and linen.
The prize of the Kiko collection are the patterns. Predominantly rooted in the fabric roots of the collection, you will find a floral, chevron, arabesque, dots, lines and a hatch pattern. The collection is intended to be used in contrasting color groups, black and white, brown and teal, brown and orange, grey and aquamarine.
The Kiko collection brings warmth, vibrancy, and texture to any project. The quality porcelain manufacturing makes it appropriate for a wide range of applications. The collection does well to help imola deliver on its tagline, “Tiles Full of Life”. We suspect any space where you can use this product with also be that, full of life.