Pamesa Cerámica is more excited than ever to be attending the Coverings fair in the United States that will take place from July 7-9 in Orlando. Pamesa will present its newest products in an exhibition space in the Spanish Pavilion – Stand 4841. Once again, the main protagonists are undoubtedly the oversized formats, in this case, the XXL collection; the size of these new wall tiles is one of the most highly sought after in the market for large interior spaces: 120×260 cm. Accompanied by the more conventional formats, such as the 120×120 cm, spaces with great visual continuity can be achieved.
This collection is suitable for all decorative styles, from Torano, a Statuario marble for more classic settings, to Moleanos, a Portuguese limestone with small fossils for more minimalist environments. The collection includes designs in both polished and matte finishes, and the vast majority are accompanied by their coordinated flooring.
In addition, the company is presenting its Wells series, a tribute to the timeless and classic Bath stone, an originally honey-coloured limestone, widely used in the city’s architecture and throughout southern England. Its veins are smooth, but with character. A sandy backdrop offers a wide colour range, from the classic Moka colour, which reminds us of roasted coffee, to the new and classic Pearl colour. A dance of cold and warm makes this series a unique and perfect option for all kinds of spaces and styles.
Wells offers the timelessness of its design in a gloss and matte finish.
Designed to be used as flooring or on walls, this Porcelain Stoneware series offers us resistance, durability and easy maintenance. In addition, it is available in a wide variety of formats, from 30×60 to 120×120, to be able to adapt to any type of interior.
Taking nature as its inspiration, Pamesa offers ceramic solutions that respond to the needs of architecture and interior design professionals. We will be waiting for you at Stand 4841 in the Spanish Pavilion at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.