Wednesday, 26 May 2010
NEW COLLECTIONS FROM AMTICO INSPIRE CREATIVITY
Creativity doesn't grind to a halt just because economic times have changed, a fact proven by three exciting new collections which have sprung forth from the Amtico Design Team this season.
Through the introduction of Metal, Mica Mix and Travertine, Amtico are inspiring creativity by responding to and anticipating design trends.
Channelling the polished elegance of the eighties, Amtico Metals sound a defiant ‘look at me’ note in the new decade. Six subtle shades and a fantastic rippled beaten texture add up to understated opulence – gleam not glitz, bright but not brash – and creates the perfect starting point for the new ‘haute glamour’. The modern twist comes when you confine this glamour within structured lines, like skinny planks, grids and key squares.
As interest in ‘authentic’ design continues to grow, Amtico introduces a range of four cream and earth tones with a scattering of mica that feels absolutely right for large scale, simple spaces. Clean but practical, Amtico Mica Mix adds sparkle to everyday durability.
Travertine has been a high trend in modern architecture since it was invented in the early 20th century and satisfies our thirst for using timeless geological materials as a contrast to contemporary interiors. Amtico Travertine has the tumbled appearance of the actual stone without the porous instability of the real thing, and its pale and interesting finish works everywhere from grand entrance halls to small bathrooms.
Sian Lewis, marketing manager at Amtico International, said: “These new product launches underline our ongoing work to bring customers the latest design trends to meet their needs. Once again, we highlight the innovation and unique style that the Amtico International brand is renowned for by bringing Metals, Mica Mix and Travertine to market.”
For more information about these ranges visit www.amtico.com.
Issued on behalf of Amtico International by Connect PR
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