Industrial brick with graphic glazes

Merola’s Manhattan collection combines the authentic coloration of real brick, its interlocking format and the easy maintenance and hard-wearing attributes of a glazed porcelain wall tile. With industrial chic, and artisanal forms both hugely popular in interior design today, Manhattan really ticks the trend box. Not only is this urban brick style fashionable, but it is also a very practical as it is available in a choice of colors that can coordinate with many different color schemes and decoration styles.

Manhattan can grace any kitchen, either as a feature wall or backsplash. It is equally at home adding texture and movement in foyers, halls, or entryways. In the living room it can add texture and subtle colors as a feature wall or make a dynamic fireplace surround. It can bring touch of magic to the bedroom as an unusual and attractive headboard. The Manhattan collection would also grace chic retail stores, cafés, restaurants, or coffee shops. This porcelain tile has the frost-resistance, mechanical strength, and lasting good looks to make an impressive façade facing.

Three important and distinctive qualities of Manhattan are the realistic 3D relief of the bumpy surface, the organic color options, and its interlocking shape. Cotto delivers the authentic fireclay tones associated with red brick. The range is completed by a trendy off white Blanco, and a bolder deep red of Rojo, both delivering an on-trend painted brick effect.

Manhattan can be paired with colored paint to bring out Cotto’s earth or set against more neutral hue for a quieter overall look. The range is designed to be used is both a single-color installation or in creative color combinations to add a fresh design twist, emphasized by the distinctive interlocking brick format, which makes installation much quicker. Using thin, color matching faux grout lines is key no matter which color you choose. Manhattan is a perfect pairing for today’s interior, offering surfaces that shine with beauty, elegance, and sophistication.


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