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Hilton DoubleTree – Belgium
Piastrelle | Tiles: Lapis collection Ceramica Senio

The elegant mood of the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel bar- restaurant is perfect for welcoming its guests with the Lapis collection on the bar counter. The Bruno Dorato metal, on the Rena Intenso, stands out among the neutral tones of the furniture, creating a flaming and welcoming touch of colour. The project was designed by Technifloor.


Beam Café – Londra
Piastrelle | Tiles: Lapis collection Ceramica Senio

103, Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London is the address of the third location of the award winning BEAM Café. The latest renovation of the iconic place was designed by Ola Jachymiak Studio and the result is a retro-contemporary venue with an elegant and welcoming atmosphere. Designer lighting, delicate colours and raw materials coexist harmoniously in the bathroom, where our Lapis collection has been installed, using the neutral White Moon tiles for the covering.


Jalan Bar – Pub & Restaurant_Hong Khong
Piastrelle | Tiles: Lapis collection Ceramica Senio

The Oasi intense colour of Lapis collection, combined to the brilliant Rosso corallo is the protagonist of the counter of the Jalan Bar. The novelty in this restaurant, with an oriental and “green” flavour, is the use of our Lapis tile as a placemat; the result is an unusual and design furniture that also involves the table.


Radical Sorrento – Sorrento – IT
Piastrelle | Tiles: Lapis collection Ceramica Senio

Radical Brunch & Tapas Cafè is a place created by Andrea Manuel Esposito and Antonio Stefano Irace, with the help of the “Studio Sorrentino” architecture studio. the added value of this place.

< We believe that popularity on social media today is the best advertising possible. For this reason, we have decided to create a place that first of all will have the opportunity to define itself as “instagrammable” with dozens of photographic points >

The bar counter and the external display case are entirely covered in Pink from the Lapis collection, which integrates perfectly with the colour palette and the fashion style of the venue.


Designers vases – Roma – IT

Tiles: Lapis collection Ceramica Senio

The large olive tree vases for a famous hotel in Rome were designed by the architect Toni Mattioli. He has picked the brighter shades (Rosso corallo, Lago velato, Giallo senape…) creating strong chromatic contrasts. The Lapis series is perfect for covering curved walls, especially thanks to the “modulo 3” size.


Trendy projects

Tiles: Lapis collection, Stick collection, Trapunta collection, Newport Collection, piastrelle personalizzate –  Ceramica Senio

With the beginning of autumn and  the usual appointments in the field of ceramics, it was nice to discuss and share the new trends regarding styles and colours. Many of you love us precisely for our colour offer, known for being extremely wide, and for the careful research, which makes Senio products always at the forefront. Colour and style will therefore be the protagonists of the 4 projects we’ll present to you this month. You will notice their strong chromatic personality, which also characterizes our brand.

Projects in pink

Piastrelle | Tiles: Lapis CollectionStick Collection, Acqua Collection, Luna Déco CollectionSpatula CollectionTuscania CollectionLaccati CollectionEarth Collection  –  Ceramica Senio

The pink colour stands for refinement, calm, elegance, optimism and love. Positive qualities we want in life… and in our homes. We’ll reveal you a secret: in ceramics, the pink colour is very difficult to obtain. Specific raw materials, often difficult to find, are needed, in addition to a lot of experience in dosing them. Thanks to our laboratory and to our highly qualified staff, who work with passion and determination, we always manage to obtain any shade of colour requested by the customer. What are you waiting for? Click here to find out the latest projects made in pink!



We ended 2020 with a very special project …
Chiara Ferragni has surrended to the charm of the ceramic diamond tiles branded Ceramica Senio and has decided to use them for her new offices in Milan. These 3D tiles, chosen in the 7,5×15 cm – 3 “x6” size belong to our Trapunta Diamante collection and play on the black and white contrast, evoking the coatings used in the early 1900s for the Paris metro stations (hence also called “Carreaux métro”).  A must in European interior design of the 50s and 70s, which returns to be a contemporary piece of furniture with a retro flavor, increasingly sought after in the moodboards of the interior designers.
Also for the floor, Chiara wanted to play on the chromatic contrast by choosing the particular octagonal size 30×30 cm – 12 “x12” mixed with black and white dots sized 5×5 cm – 2 “x2” from our evergreen Stucchi collection.



Industrial Style 10. ideas

A few weeks ago we launched a contest on our Instagram page in which we asked which bathroom style you’d like to see in the next newsletters. 80% of you answered: INDUSTRAL STYLE! But what is it exactly? Which Senio tiles are the most suitable to recreate this mood? The industrial style was born in New York in the 1950s. After the war the need to fnd new lowcost houses made people choose shubby spaces, such as factories, ofices, business centers, etc. This is how on the East coast of the United States a new style has developped and is still one of the main trends in modern housess! Even the bathroom could not escape this trend. The materials remind of old factories: concrete, rustic wood, metals, exposed pipes and vintage furniture! The tiles, usually brick-layed like the old bricks walls which characterized these places, are mostly white or in shades of gray, often handmade, “aged” or fnished with metals glazes to add that eccentric touch, typical of the “chic” Industrial style.

“Country Bed and Breakfast Antica Pergola” in the heart of Tuscany

Piastrelle | Tiles: Newport collection, Westport collection, Chevron collection, Bridge collection – Ceramica Senio

With our July newsletter, we want to praise the Handmade in Italy by showing you the interior design of a historic Tuscan residence renovated to a B&B using our ceramics. With its warm landscapes, good cuisine and artistic/architectural heritage, it’s known that Tuscany has always been the pride of Italy. Supporting Francesco and his family in the design of the bathrooms was such a stimulating and high responsibility to us, aimed not only to renew the bathrooms but also to preserve the historical flavour that characterizes the property. United by the common passion for craftsmanship and color, we decided together to use glazed terracotta tiles with colors in combination with the traditional terrazzo and cotto floor, preferring the 6.5×26 cm – 2.5”x10” “brick” size (Newport, Westport, Chevron collections). The result is lovely, isn’t it?

Tiles by Ceramica Senio
Project rooms by Carlo Del Grande Architect (Lucca)
Project bathrooms Francesco Barbagli –
Tile laying by Paolo Venturini (Viareggio)
Photo by Paolo Cerri (


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Fancy Toast_Milan

Our June newsletter restarts from a public place that has chosen our tiles for its spaces.

This story begins far away… precisely from San Francisco, on the West Coast!
It’s there, where Federica after tasting an unusual flavored toast with avocado and scrambled eggs, had a lighting and in a short time, with the help of the architect Andrea Langhi, the FANCY TOAST was born in via Vittor Pisani 13, in the center of Milan.

The restaurant makes the Californian mood its flag! The architect Andrea Langhi wanted to give rhythm to the walls and columns by using our CHEVRON tiles 6,5 cm×26 cm – 2.5 “x10 “ in bianco Kyoto laccato, laid vertically and framed by the rectangular size 10×30 cm-4 “x12 ”of the same colour.

We can just tell you: “Just chill, have a toast!”


Thank you

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Casa Oliva Quero, Bed and Breakfast in Quero Vas (Belluno)

Piastrelle | Tiles: Trapunta collection – Ceramica Senio

“Ever since we were little girls we stared at that house in via Roma at Quero (…). A house wating for its owners to return to her”.
In these words the passion that led the owners of Casa Oliva Quero in Quero Vas (Belluno), to transform a house full of memories into a B&B. Ceramica Senio has been part of this wonderful project with tiles range Trapunta, used for the bathroom walls of Casa Oliva’s 6 rooms, our collection was selected by the Architect Gianmarco Cavagnino, who has restored “a scent of art, architectural and poetry” in this beautiful house.


Tiles by Ceramica Senio
Project by Gianmarco Cavagnino Architect
Tile laying by Rino Zanella

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