Abéa is a collection of tiles in colored body porcelain stoneware that Novoceram, French ceramic producer since 1863, has designed for interior and exterior floors and walls.

The Abéa collection accurately replicates the nature, warmth and comfort of oak trees down to the smallest detail. In this way, the grains, knots and even the finest fibers that all characterize natural wood, are reproduced with a surprising realism and enhance the surface of tiles. Some lighter shades than the essence of Abéa fill in the wood cracks with finesse, but do not give it a rustic look.

The saturated colors of Abéa define its unique identity and clearly become its distinctive feature. Indeed, Abéa even replicates the most subtle gold and warm tones of natural wood, and offers an extremely faithful and bright result. The four colors of the collection are the following: Abéa Miel, with warm and honey shades that recall natural oak trees, Abéa lin which has bright tones, Abéa craie, a whitened oak tree that does not lose its charm or richness, and Abéa cendre, which creates a more intimate and elegant effect thanks to its grey tones.

Abéa comes in the various traditional wood planks sizes, such as the 20x120 cm for indoor use and the 30x120 cm for outdoor use. This latter as well as the 60x60 format are both available in the Outdoor Plus range, which includes tiles that have a 2-cm thickness.

To find out more about Abéa and (re)discover all the Novoceram collections, visit their official website.