Exclusively available in Singapore from Hafary, the highly versatile Deco d’Antan tile collection from Italian brand Tagina is a proof that adjectives decorative and timeless are not mutually exclusive.
25 April, 2018
Deco d’Antan (French for ‘décor of yesteryears) is a glazed porcelain collection from Italian porcelain stoneware brand Tagina was debuted at Cersaie in 2013 to a great acclaim. Comprising wall and floor tiles in four patterns and many sizes, the collection is a proof that adjectives decorative and timeless are not mutually exclusive.
The collection is available in highly versatile colour combinations of black, white, grey and sable. The four patterns range from delicate florals (Fleur) and geometric patterns of both the linear (Tressage) and curvy (Etoile and Filet) varieties that can project different, yet equally strong personalities.
Choose a black and white (Noir-Blanc) variety for high contrast and stronger visual statement. Go with a softer white and grey (Blanc-Gris) variety for a subtler effect. Looking for something understated and sophisticated? A white-on-white (Blanc) and a black-on-black (Noir) varieties will add an unobtrusive texture to the room. Looking for something glitzier? Look no further than the black and burnished gold (Sable-Noir) combination. Mix the colour combinations and sizes to add another dimension to your space.
Deco d’Antan is produced in a 10-millimetre thickness in a variety of sizes. In Singapore, the collection is available exclusively from Hafary in 200x200mm and 600x600mm sizes. It is suitable to use as both vertical and horizontal surfaces in bathroom and living area.
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