Tiling ranges


Tapping into the design movement for distressed wood-effects and timeworn surfaces, Verona has added four new lines to its trend-led Perfect Planks collection.

Suitable for walls and floors, each new addition is made from hard wearing, glazed porcelain and offers a range of realistic woodgrain patterns and textures to deliver a natural look, in a new large, elongated format.

Galloway Cream

Designed for consumers looking to create an industrial living space, or shabby chic coastal retreat, the collection caters for a wide selection of styles and tastes from traditional dark walnut designs through to lighter, distressed wood-effects.

Barnwood is a 15x90cm porcelain tile with an aged, worn apperance, available in grey and oak shades. Characterful with detailed graining and tonal variation, these wood-effect tiles create a realistic distressed timber appearance and look stunning sweeping across a wide expanse of flooring.

Darwin Grey

Darwin is a 20x114cm rectified porcelain tile that has the appearance of smaller planks of reclaimed wood on a larger format tile. Available in natural and grey colourways, the woodgraining is true to life, creating a striking timber-like look and feel on walls or floors.

Easy to install and maintain, this durable collection is waterproof and naturally stain-resistant, making it the ideal addition to a busy family home. The full collection features 17 different designs, in four sizes of 150x600mm, 150x900mm, 165x1000mm and 200x1140mm and can be used with underfloor heating for a toasty, warm feeling under foot.

The Perfect Planks collection is available to all retailers, and is supported by an exclusive display stand. The stand can easily accommodate 17 full tile sample planks, with the header board displaying inspirational roomset imagery as well as the features and benefits of the range to capture the attention of customers. Contact Verona today to place your order or visit www.veronagroup.co.uk

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