Flaviker's "Art Walls" for the interiors

Decoration evolves and the ceramic brand Flaviker unveils its "Art Walls", large porcelain stoneware slabs conceived as designer paintings for wall applications.

The Art Walls line is proposed as a creative solution for multiple design contexts, starting from residential environments, where ceramic surfaces can find unprecedented locations, no longer only in the bathroom, but also in living rooms, up to community spaces, including hospitality and hotels, including wellness areas and outdoor spaces.

The collection currently has 7 different subjects, but promises to expand according to the next stylistic trends. All the subjects are developed in the size of 120x280 cm, in natural or lux finish, with a glossy look.

FRESCO recalls the colors and patterns of azulejos, its lively blue touch enriches the texture and recreates a scenic effect that recalls the shapes and traces of a fascinating past.
DEGRADÉ takes up the theme of the nuance between different colors much appreciated in the world of design and decoration. The lux surface gives depth to a texture that recalls both plaster and oxidized metal, as well as making the colors more vivid.
DRIPPING is an original interpretation of the concept of artistic wall that arises from the apparently casual overlapping of colors that drip onto a canvas, with a surprisingly bright, almost resin-coated appearance, again thanks to the Lux finish.
LANDSCAPE is also a pictorial subject, but introduces the theme of nature into the range, the effect is that of a painting inspired by a woodland landscape, with sepia-toned brushstrokes emerging from a stucco wall.
BEYOND is linked to the “green” theme linked to the need to bring a presence, even if only visual, of nature into the environment. The lux surface perfectly renders the suggestion of a frosted glass, from which the silhouettes of different exotic plants can be glimpsed.
A semi-hidden garden, the theme of nature around the corner also returns in SHADOW, which evokes the sinuous shapes of a plant by reproducing its shadows, reflected on a concrete wall and filtered by a texture similar to a light gauze curtain.
Finally GLASS, with a densely textured inspiration, which gives the wall the feeling of a terrace of polychrome glass shards, assembled as if they were the pieces of a precious marble seed.