TERRACE - Bring the outdoor indoors

From now on, your terrace becomes the extension of your interior! A new trend is to use
the same tile both inside and outside. This creates the necessary tranquillity in your space
and immediately gives your home a contemporary, sleek look.

Get a bit of the outdoors indoors by using the same tile on your terrace and in your home.
By continuing the same tile outside, your interior and your terrace are one whole, which dramatically increases your sense of space.

Since terrace tiles have other requirements than indoor tiles, it is not always recommended to use the same tile both indoors and outdoors. However, to give you the opportunity to apply this trend in your home, Impermo offers a range of tiles that are available in a thickness of 1cm (indoors) and 2cm (outdoors).


Combine the look of natural stone, wood and concrete and the ease of maintenance of a ceramic tile. Tilestone Belgique Noir, for instance, is a ceramic tile with the look of natural stone: it is extremely easy to maintain, thanks to its natural relief and hues. It offers the perfect value for money, as it is frost-, stain- and scratch-resistant and offers colour fastness.


Tilestone Walk is extremely easy to maintain and very durable. This 100% through-coloured ceramic tile is the quality icing on the cake of this series of indoor and outdoor tiles.
The wear resistance of a tile is expressed using five levels. 100% through-coloured ceramic tiles are always in the highest level, and as a result, they can be used in spaces that are intensively used. Tilestone Walk is extremely durable and easy to maintain.


Are you looking for a terrace that fits perfectly with the natural environment? Tilestone Grove Sand is rectified ceramic parquet. The hues in this wood look give both your terrace and your living room a cool look. You have the ease of maintenance of a ceramic tile, yet you enjoy the natural look of wood that perfectly matches the green in your garden.

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