Midpark Mosaics by Marazzi

Midpark Mosaics by Marazzi

Part of Italian tile brand Marazzi‘s new spring tile collections, and inspired by European design and time-tested materials, Midpark Mosaics is a new daring mosaic.


Natural stones and multi-surfaced porcelain create striking dimensional wall art in Marazzi’s Midpark Mosaics.

With dazzling combinations of color, texture, and sheen, this intricate, mesh-mounted mosaic makes a bold statement in any room. Utilized in full-sized pieces or cut into accent strips, Midpark Mosaics is suited for any trend-forward residential or commercial setting.


Complementing marble, limestone, slate, metal and glass, it can serve as a striking focal point or create dramatic interplay with other design elements indoors or out.


"Marazzi brings bold Italian design to the states, while nodding to the needs and trends we are seeing in American interiors," says April Wilson, director, brand marketing, Dal-Tile Corporation. "We aim to inspire our customers to create unforgettable spaces that reflect their confident and unique styles through time-tested materials and captivating textures."


Midpark Mosaics incorporates five color ranges from white to charcoal; three random shapes - trapezoid, square and rectangular; five different natural stones; and three finishes - metallic, crackled and pearlized. Customers are encouraged to experiment with the three different sizes within a given color range to achieve both cohesion and intrigue.


For more information, visit www.marazziusa.com

About the manufacturer: Marazzi plays a key role within the strong global presence of Marazzi Group by meeting the tile needs of the North American market and has been domestically producing tile for over 30 years. The brand manufactures and sources a vast array of quality tile products, including porcelains, glazed ceramics, glass mosaics, natural stones and metallics, bringing a total tile package that addresses aesthetic and performance requirements of designers, architects and homeowners.

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