As a company that prides itself on delivering premium, functional and durable products, Artedomus specialises in kitchen surfaces designed to withstand the extensive demands of daily life, balancing durability with aesthetic and technological innovation.
When considering kitchen surfaces, choosing resilient and high-performing materials is vital. With a range of natural stones, ceramic tiles and porcelain panels, Artedomus’ kitchen collections are comprised of versatile, innovative and aesthetically multifaceted materials applicable in key high-use areas such as benchtops, splashbacks, kitchen islands and flooring.
Benchtops typically play a significant role in dictating the colour palette and overall design aesthetic of a kitchen. Equally, they are inevitably subject to wear and tear, meaning there is a multitude of aspects to consider when choosing benchtop surfaces. Artedomus recommends porcelain panels and natural stone slabs – which includes Elba, exclusively trademarked to Artedomus – with a focus on performance, strength and elegance. Natural stone provides an authentic and unique profile for benchtops, layering depth of colour with variations in veins and tonality. But where natural stone requires maintenance over time and usage, porcelain panel, Artetech and MAXIMUM, are an incredible low-maintenance surface. An all-natural product made from clay, sand, quartz and feldspar crushed into a fine powder and fused together, porcelain panels are exceptionally hard and durable, resistant to scratching, staining and heat.
The island bench has long been a staple of the contemporary kitchen. Similarly to benchtops, Artedomus again suggests natural stone or porcelain panels for kitchen islands. As the island also offers the opportunity to apply a material vertically to the front and sides creating a solid volume and statement feature, larger formatted stone slabs or panels can create a seamless surface, free of joins. Additionally, for a uniform application of material, porcelain panels can also be similarly used to clad kitchen doors.
Artedomus kitchen collections are comprised of versatile, innovative and aesthetically multifaceted materials.
Kitchen splashbacks are an opportunity to feature statement designs, utilising in-depth materials that are textually and dynamically striking. INAX mosaics and tiles are handmade, hardwearing and flexible in colour and glazing; depending on the selection, the tiles have the ability to enhance a design through geometric pattern or subtle colour and dimension variation. Additionally, porcelain panels and natural stone can also be used as a kitchen splashback, whether it be the seamless continuation of the benchtop material used or as a stand-alone feature itself.
Artedomus also provides kitchen flooring options in the form of stone, porcelain panels, ceramics and terracotta tiles. As flooring is such a high-traffic surface, significant durability is vital to any material choice. As no two slabs are the same, Artedomus natural stone provides distinctive and visually appealing options for kitchens, including Teragio that boasts individual veining and enduring finishes. Porcelain panels offer a sleek marble-like appearance, with the latest designs including the Bleu Di Savoie – a blue-grey background with white and pale grey veining – and Apuano – a white background with diffusing grey veins.
Porcelain tiles are another resilient flooring material with high slip and impact resistance – Fiandre’s Veneziano collection is a contemporary take on the classic tile. Similarly, terracotta tiles are a timeless kitchen flooring material – the Italian brand Cotto Manetti produces robust, natural terracotta tiles that range from burnt-orange to dark brown. Finally, INAX ceramics can also be used for floor tiles, providing patterned and colourful alternatives to stoneware.
Founded in 1985, Artedomus has continued to invest in high performing and long-lasting materials, valuing natural intricacies and dynamic tonality. By sourcing unique products that enhance design, Artedomus celebrates the nuances of colour, quality and durability.