The commitment to the 160×160 format and natural textures, the big winners at Coverings

Interior del stand de Cifre Cerámica en la feria de recubrimientos Coverings

The commitment to large format through the XLife 160×160 ceramic tile and natural textures has marked the presence of Cifre Cerámica in the latest edition of Coverings, held from 22 to 25 April in Atlanta. The company from Onda closes the most important covering fair in the United States with good prospects for the North American market and with great interest in the new series. 

In total, 18 new products were presented in the Cifre catalog. Among them, small format tiles also stand out, a trend in which Cifre Cerámica has always been a pioneer through the Brick & More collection. Let’s see below the surfaces that have attracted the most attention at the Coverings stand. 

Suelo porcelánico de gran formato en una cocina abierta al salón

160×160: XLife for large projects

The XLife large-format ceramic tile was undoubtedly one of the main protagonists at Coverings. The new 160×160 format, already presented at the At Home Together fair, allows for even greater visual continuity of spaces and offers the opportunity to cover large areas of floors or walls in large architectural and interior design projects. 

The 160×160 collection includes three new series: Atreo, with its unmistakable marble design, and Cronos and Ember, which enhance the look of natural stone with their large dimensions. In addition, two of Cifre Cerámica’s most successful collections, Diamond (marble design) and Borneo (cement effect) also grow with this large format.

Natural textures and realistic reliefs

The realism with which the ceramic design is able to reproduce natural textures and reliefs is the nexus of other porcelain series that have caught the attention of visitors at Coverings. Among them is Firenze, one of the novelties in the catalog, which is capable of taking travertine design to new heights of realism thanks to Artech technology

Another new addition to the Artech collections is Zyra. This series is based on the fascination for the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado to give shape to porcelain tiles in beige and earth tones. The series reproduces the most subtle and elegant reliefs of this natural stone to achieve a minimalist aesthetic. Artech’s realism also reaches cement design with Freeland, a series that stands out for the versatility of its four neutral shades.

Suelo porcelánico gris con aspecto de cemento y relieve
stand de Cifre Cerámica en Coverings 2024 con expositor de azulejos de pequeño formato

New Brick&More formats

Small-format ceramics have been, once again, the protagonist at North America’s leading coverings fair. In this regard, 8 of the 18 new products presented at Coverings are committed to the decorative power of small pieces. Among them all, Puck stands out, with an elongated 5×50 format in line with current trends in interior design. This new Brick&More series is also characterized by its worn appearance and silky embossed finish. 

In short, the latest participation in Coverings shows the variety of Cifre Cerámica’s catalog and the ability of ceramic design to offer comprehensive solutions in all types of interior design and architecture projects. If you want to know more about all the novelties you can consult and download the catalog with all the series present in Coverings.