Grunge, concrete-effect ceramic

Grunge, the new ceramic tile collection by Cotto d’Este, recalls the texture of concrete in interior decoration


Cotto d’Este has been producing high-end porcelain stoneware floor and wall tiles for over 25 years, and has always been the first choice of architects and designers in search of refined and quality finishes. Grunge is the new collection of concrete-effect porcelain stoneware tiles, created to define minimal and contemporary spaces.

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The Grunge collection by Cotto d’Este reproduces the texture of cement to define any kind of space with personality and elegance

With Grunge, concrete, which has always been used in industrial construction, finds a more intimate and authentic space in interior decoration. As a matter of fact, concrete has a neutral color and a versatile texture suitable to any type of environment, private and public, to furnish it with uniqueness and elegance.


The Grunge ceramic tile collection reinterprets the authentic and primitive material of concrete by combining quality, beauty and innovation. Tiles are in laminated porcelain stoneware with fiberglass, very resistant, with an ultra-thin thickness of only 6.5 mm. Designed in four colors, Cloud light gray, Storm dark gray, Taupe and Musk, it is available in 120X260 cm and 120X120cm formats. The Grunge collection also replicates the roughness of vibrated concrete thanks to an irregular texture of undefined graphic movements, recreating a matt and ultra-compact visual effect.

Grunge porcelain stoneware tiles are sustainable and antibacterial

Grunge ceramic tiles are sustainable and antibacterial. They are made with the Protect technology, which eliminates up to 99.9% of bacteria, ensuring safe floors and walls for healthier environments. The silver ion technology, directly integrated into the mix of the slabs during firing offer a constant antibacterial protection that lasts over time.


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