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In 1982, Marazzi built the first Italian-owned ceramic manufacturing plant in the U.S. The company appeals to designers who want to add flair and style to their projects with quality tile products. Marazzi has an extensive selection of porcelains, glazed ceramics, glass mosaics, natural stones, and metallics.
This total tile package empowers designers to create everything from personalized wall installations and light-catching backsplashes to durable flooring and dynamic patios and walkways. With recycled content, no VOCs, and easy maintenance, Marazzi products are a striking way to infuse sustainability into interiors while protecting occupant health.
Inspired by the authentic appeal of natural limestone, Modern Formation adds depth and texture to both indoor and outdoor spaces. This collection is offered in large format sizes, six colors, and unpolished and light polished finishes. Modern Formation features a textured structure with StepWise technology that provides slip resistance. $6.85—$9.64 square foot
urban district mix
The handcrafted shapes and highly variegated color expanses of 19th century Chicago’s brick heritage influenced the design of Urban District MIX. The reclaimed wood visuals combine complementary opposites—aged, painted wood with modern color palettes—in high-contrast motifs for style preferences as diverse as shabby chic, coastal, farmhouse, and urban. The tiles can be installed in a standard offset linear layout or in patterns such as herringbone and chevron. $5.53 square foot
classentino marble mosaics
Classentino Marble offers the bold, realistic look of marble in a porcelain tile mosaic. Featuring the intricate veins of natural marble, this artfully reproduced series makes a profound statement on floors and walls. Classic weave and linear hex mosaics accent the collection for a modern twist on these timeless materials. $21.43—$39.94 square foot
Luminescence features highly reflective, artisanal glass modules. Sophistication is redefined through this transparent mosaic that reveals lustrous pearlized colors ranging from subtle neutrals to vibrant darks. The stylized glass rectangles project a flat surface juxtaposed by a beveled border that drops to a concave rectangular back for depth and intrigue. $41.99 square foot
Chateau Reserve offers a lightly distressed European Oak wood look that is highlighted by the unique combination of plain, quartered, and rift sawn visuals that enhance its authentic characteristics. Offered in a 48-inch plank size and five colors (Hickory Grove [pictured], La Petit Greige, Rustic Lodge, Shadow Mountain, and Woodland Chalet), this collection adds richness to designs. $8.65—$9.15 square foot
The dramatic sense of depth and movement realized in Cavatina captures the look of natural travertine on a flat, smooth surface that is both striking and easily maintained. Fissures and striation visuals create realism without any actual surface indentations. These natural stone looks vary widely from piece to piece within a range of white, beige, brown, and gray colorways. $3.09—$3.49 square foot