Scottish Oak. White Toulipier. Ash Grey. The world is rich with a diversity of wood species, but only a handful are well known. Remote habitats shelter rare and exotic woods, many of them beautiful but unsuitable for use in construction. Millelegni, a collection from Artistic Tile, captures the essence of these rare woods in porcelain, bringing their exotic beauty into a durable, high-utility format. A variety of tile sizes makes the Millelegni Collection versatile, giving the designer or savvy homeowner a broad palette of options in creating a naturally beautiful space. This large format tile comes in two plank sizes: 8x48 and 12x48.
These colors feature four types of wood, from different regions of the world, their patterning and surfaces flawlessly.
- White Toulipier: Named for its tulip-like flowers, this Canadian wood is portrayed in white to underline all the subtlety of the original vein patterns.
- Ash Grey: These planks with their polished, iridescent, almost silvery look come from Japanese trees which may be up to 40 metres tall.
- Scottish Oak: From Scottish old oak casks used to age the finest scotch whiskies, a faithful reproduction of the colors and shades brought out in the wood by long exposure to the spirit.
- Noce Selvatico: Found in Italy, this wild tree features intense, variegated coloring in a range of warm hues.