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Currently Coveting: “Rice,” a New Line from Marazzi Tile

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Currently Coveting: “Rice,” a New Line from Marazzi Tile

November 16, 2023

New from tile company Marazzi: “Our glazed porcelain Rice tile line evokes the essence of handmade tile with its purposefully uneven surfaces (but straight edges) and glossy finish and features a neutral palette of Bianco, Natural, and Grigio, with undertones of Blu). Available in a color coordinated palette with nature-inspired decos with four solid colors.”

Here’s a look:

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Above: A kitchen featuring Bianco Deco Leaf Rectangle tile.
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Above: A detail shot of the Bianco Deco Leaf Rectangle tile.
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Above: A bathroom tiled in a mix of Rice Bianco Lux, Rice Natural Lux, and Rice Blue Lux.
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Above: A detail shot of the tile mosaic.
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Above: A detail of the Rice Blu Deco Blossom.

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Frequently asked questions

What is Rice?

Rice is a new line of tiles from Marazzi Tile.

What makes Rice tiles special?

Rice tiles are characterized by their unique texture and finish, inspired by the delicate grains of rice.

Are Rice tiles available in different colors?

Yes, Rice tiles are available in a range of beautiful colors to suit various design preferences.

Can Rice tiles be used in wet areas, like bathrooms or kitchens?

Yes, Rice tiles are suitable for wet areas as they are designed to resist moisture and withstand frequent cleaning.

What are the size options for Rice tiles?

Rice tiles are available in multiple size options, including standard square sizes as well as rectangular formats.

Where can I purchase Rice tiles?

You can purchase Rice tiles directly from Marazzi Tile's official website or through authorized retailers.

Can I order samples of Rice tiles before making a purchase?

Yes, Marazzi Tile offers samples of Rice tiles, allowing you to see and feel the product before making a decision.

Are there any special installation requirements for Rice tiles?

Installation of Rice tiles should follow standard tile installation guidelines. It is recommended to hire a professional tile installer for best results.

Do Rice tiles come with a warranty?

Yes, Rice tiles come with a warranty that covers manufacturing defects. It's advisable to review the warranty details provided by Marazzi Tile.

Can Rice tiles be used for outdoor applications?

Rice tiles are primarily designed for indoor use. It's best to consult with Marazzi Tile or a professional for suitable outdoor tile options.

Product summary  

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Ceramic Tile & Porcelain Tile

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