All is Vanity
“Vanity conveys a definitively contemporary mindset. Stunning slashes of natural stone colors interplay with hints of metallic veining that capture the light, draw the eye, create dramatic backdrops for today’s ever-evolving urban experience.”
Crisp edging, clean lines, and some of the choicest components have gone into manufacturing of Marazzi’s Vanity line. With organic themes ingrained throughout the color bodied porcelain, it’s no wonder this line has transformed some of the most sullen and opaque rooms into ones of startling sensation.
“Vanity offers stunning slashes of natural stone looks and colors. While interplaying with hints of metallic veining that capture light, it draws eyes toward the finish and creates dramatic backdrops for the ever changing urban experience. It has a feel of down-trodden stone, it’s strong, frost resistant, and easy to maintain. Vanity offers expansive macro formats, with modular components, mosaic accents and metallic listellos, which appeal to anyone who embraces the less is more look in their flooring. It Looks like we are bringing the outdoors inside, with the natural stone looks it offers. It’s a great consumer tile, offering a color body porcelain, rectified edges (cutting down on grout),” according to a Marazzi representative.
- Glazed Porcelain Composition
- Frost Resistant
- Moderate Shade Variation
- Medium Commercial Rating
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The Vanity line comes in three elemental colors: Frost, Black, and Rust. The offerings in shade variation allow consumers to find a sense of delightment in the unrefinement the natural tiles bring to life. With the Vanity Frost line homeowners looking to enhance their room’s cool tones to a level of frigid excitement are sure to leave guest fascinated by its hypnotizing hues. And at the opposite end of the color spectrum, customers daring to be bold in Black can add a sense of brazen to even the most bland of outdoor spaces. However, if you find yourself torn between the extremes, one can be refreshed to find a middle ground with the radiant Rust line. This line can complement a kitchen’s cherry cabinets or be the main focal to your foyer. With any décor, there is a design to be found within the Marzzi Vanity realm.
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Vanity was dropped as a product offering by Marazzi in June of 2011. If you like this look then you may find Daltile Reflective Elements to be a good alternative.
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