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Introducing Fregio

Fregio is an Italian wall tile collection that captures the beauty and charm of Mediterranean majolica. Majolica, also known as maiolica, is a style of ancient pottery renowned for its vibrancy and artistry. An artform where earthenware surfaces are characterised by an opaque white glazed surface upon which ornate designs were painted.

The Fregio collection reimagines the maiolica pottery as a decorative glazed porcelain wall tile. Styled in a miniature 60 x 240mm brick format to complement both modern and classic settings.

Inspiration has been drawn from the Mediterranean with traditional designs and vibrant colours that capture the marine vibes of this coastal region. The collection features ornate maoilica designs in three colourways: green, blue and black atop a white base, with a solid white tile that unites all the designs. Each decorative (Maoilica) and plain (Bianco Naturale) tile captures the passage of time with the purposefully designed appearance of wear and tear and faux chipping. The white surfaces are matt but capture the sheen of the colourful brush strokes which add a lovely sense of movement and play of light across the decorative tiles.

A beautiful collection bringing an ancient art form into contemporary interiors. Each colourway comes with multiple and varied tile faces that are randomly supplied.

Let yourself be enchanted by the mesmerising beauty of Mediterranean Maiolica with Fregio.

For more information contact The Tile Depot.

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