Product watch: introducing Pembury from Parkside

A small format matt tile also available in a striking 3D option, Pembury from Parkside brings a unique look to commercial interiors…

yellow proteas in a white vase with books and white lamp on wooden table in front of grey Parkside wall tiles

Pembury is a new soft touch matt tile from Parkside, with 23 per cent recycled content,  that provides a solution for interiors needing the durability and low maintenance of porcelain tiles. Designed in 12 warm and cool neutral shades with variation for an organic look, the tile adds a smart finish to wall and floors. Pembury’s 3D lozenge relief design adds interest to feature areas on walls and can be complemented by coordinating square (10cm x 10cm) or rectangular (5cm x 15cm) formats.

“Pembury’s Bauhaus feel and luxurious colour palette is something unique and certainly creates a strong language,” said James Journet Sales Design Director, Parkside. “Joining our collection of design choices, it gives fresh scope for designers to add a high-quality aesthetic to their interior with the durability, practicality and hygiene of porcelain tiles. The tile’s 23 per cent recycled content also means it joins our wide offering of sustainable tile choices.”

The lozenge design of Pembury’s 3D tile gives a high quality contemporary twist on Bauhaus, echoed in modern neutral colours such as the terracotta red of Mattone, fern green of Salvia and the crisp off-white of bone. These classic tones have been refreshed and updated for a luxurious palette. Pembury is a tile that’s modern, yet with a distinct and familiar reference.

Pembury’s matt finish enhances its understated luxury feel, for a floor and wall tile that offers the longevity of porcelain, but which has a soft natural quality that brings an unexpected look to tiled areas.

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