Decorate a kitchen with an eclectic, original style by alternating the sizes and effects of tiles in the Ottocento and Patina by Ragno collections
If you are looking for an unusual design for a kitchen covering composition, perhaps you have never considered the possibility of combiningcollections with a different style.
We try to consider some mix & match options starting with two Ragno stoneware collections featuring multiple stylistic interpretations: Ottocento and Patina.
Ottocento is inspired by traditional cement tiles and offers the warmth and typical design of these coverings on stoneware in a traditional size (the simple 20x20 cm). The tumbled-finish edge and the vintagepatterns emphasize its retro character and its different patterns allow endless combinations, starting with a dusty and restrained range of colours.
Patina is a unique collection that reproduces the effects of different materials on the stoneware: depending on the refraction of light, it can evoke the appearance of time-worn terracotta, of a waxed or iridescent surface and of wornresin. Unique and versatile, it can cover indoor and outdoor floors and walls. The 6 solid colours are combined with irregular geometric decorations and tiny-chip mosaic that expand the collection’s expressive possibilities.
Two collections that appear stylistically distant – vintage waxed/iridescent-look cement tiles – together in a single environment? Can they really harmoniously coexist? Why not.
Here are some ways to mix them to create a kitchen that looks unique and original.
As you can see, there is no limit to the combined use of these two collections, thanks to their versatility and to the ability to mix applications and sizes to create environments with a different, customized style.