Starwood by Porcelanosa Grupo12 December 2017
Some of the finest woods have been selected for its four exclusive top-quality models, Tanzania, Vancouver, Nebraska and Minnesota, available in a total of 12 shades of colour. These can be combined with four different décors (Eden, Ice, Desert and Noa), usable on both walls and floors.
Each of them conveys a certain style and a specific feel, from Noa’s linear pattern with attention to detail to Eden’s carefully crafted exclusive appeal, Ice’s precision or Desert’s textured surface. The same is true of the different ranges, with shades that imitate clouds of dust, steam from coffee, the honey from a flower’s nectar, colours with a subtle violet sheen and others with dark hues.
This product is quite unlike any other wood covering that you may have seen. Why? Because the manufacturing process imitates carefully handcrafted results, reproducing all the details of the wood’s knots with absolute precision so as to ensure all the realism of nature, expressed in each model through different styles of wood. The visual appeal of top-quality woods has been combined with the technical properties of other materials, guaranteeing a long-lasting life and easy day-to-day care.
In technical terms, this is a range of porous wall tiles for indoor use and porcelain floor tiles for indoors and out, with shade variation and a matt appearance aimed at ensuring a natural-looking non-glossy surface.
With customer satisfaction and ongoing improvements as two of its main premises, Starwood guarantees the aesthetic and technical properties of its products by applying an ISO 9001-certified Quality Management System to the design, production, distribution and sale of its wall and floor tiles and special tile pieces.
In a world of increasingly stringent legislation, Starwood demonstrates its firm commitment to environmental care through the adoption of an ISO 14001-certified Environmental Management System.
All this forms part of a tribute to craftsmen and the effort and dedication that they invest in their work, and it is our contribution to the survival of such workmanship.