When Elegance, Class Meet Contemporary Design

December 17, 2020

One of the things we love most about Marca Corona is that every product has its own personality. Even with dozens of options, each line brings something a little bit different to the drawing board. Whether it’s the brand’s clean looks or colorful styles, it is sometimes hard to believe that they’re all housed under one roof. But, if you look back at the history of the Marca Corona brand, their empire makes complete sense. 

Founded in 1741 in Italy, the company has always been known for using quality raw materials to create stunning results. Fast forward to 1982 when Marca Corona joined the Gruppo Concorde. The Gruppo Concorde is the primary ceramics organization in all of Europe- all Italian owned, of course! This joining promised longevity and progress that is still seen today.

On the list of successes, Marca Corona now offers two of our favorite products to date, Victoria and Ossidi. Both of these lines play with color and mix class with contemporary elegance. Let’s unearth some more details about each of these offerings.

Trendy and classic

The seven hues selected for Marca Corona’s Victoria line are pastel by nature but classic by design. There are just as many neutral options as there are colorful ones. In the words of the designers: “the combinations are virtually endless and equally irresistible.”

Dusty but new

Comprised of porcelain stoneware floor and wall coverings, the Ossidi collection is equal parts vintage and modern. This combination makes for oodles of fun for interior designers. There are five colors to play with, in addition to unique sizing. Indulge and create with 20×20 classics or 18.7×32.4 diamond shaped pieces. 

Complementary ideas

Life is better with friends, agreed? We found some gems to blend with the Victoira and Ossidi products from Marca Corona. Check them out!

Wow – Boho

Artaic – Chevron Glacier

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This post was written by Elizabeth Chambley