RAK to launch four new surface collections at KBB 2016

PRESS RELEASE January, 2016   RAK to launch four new surface collections at KBB 2016   RAK Ceramics’ impressive line-up for KBB 2016 will include the launch of five new tile collections. The 10mx20m stand – RAK’s biggest to date – will incorporate a series of stunning roomsets showing new and best-selling ranges, with new designs spanning antique-effects to retro-style décor designs.   Show launches will include the Cronto, Coheba, Metropol, Newport and Zig Zago Collections, which collectively bring 55 new designs to RAK’s Tile Collection.    Decorative finishes include authentic encaustic-styled Cronto, in a mix of plain and patterned designs, whilst Coheba includes large format stone-effects and a mixed tone mosaic.  Metropol brings a range of grey and beige surfaces, in natural effects and matching 3D decors, whilst Newport includes square and rectangular ‘urban-look’ tiles, in popular large formats.   The fifth new collection, Zig Zago features a stunning zig-zag pattern for walls.  It includes a range of muted colour tones and a highly decorative mixed-tone tile in beige/golden and blue/grey schemes.   All of the new designs will feature in RAK’s Tile Collection 2016 brochure, which will also be launched at the event in March.   For more information, please contact RAK Ceramics on tel. 01730 237850, email [email protected], visit www.rakceramics.co.uk or meet RAK at KBB 2016 (NEC Birmingham, 6-9 March) on Stand no. E80.   ends  - For further media information, samples and photography, please contact: Angela Fitzhugh PR Ltd on tel. (01590) 622521 or email [email protected]    Editor’s note: Established in 1991, RAK Ceramics is the world's largest manufacturer of ceramic and porcelain tiles, with a global production output of 117 million sq.m. per annum.  Its product portfolio also includes ceramic sinks, sanitary ware, brassware and acrylic baths, with products currently exported to more than 160 countries. Recently the company has touched an incredible milestone of one billion square meters of tiles supplied worldwide.