• Chaleur et lumière

    « Where aesthetics meets ingenuity. »

    From creation to realization. Products carefully designed locally, think to make the beautiful and the well-made shine. The expertise behind the development of each line provides distinguished eco-responsible products where aesthetics meet ingenuity.

    Having honed its expertise within the Soligo family for almost 40 years, Rubi is now recognized as a brand of excellence in faucets, kitchen sinks, sanitaryware and bathroom furniture.

    Carreaux de ciment Medina Citizen

    Chaleur et lumière

    « Our primary aim is to roll out these collections with our own identity »

    The primary ideology of tile selection is driven by a love of the material itself, and less dictated by the trend of the moment. Through research and collaboration with manufacturers, the primary desire is to deploy these collections with our own identity, our own colors.

    The tiles are chosen by a team that takes care to meet several of these criteria: whether they are timeless, rooted in classic and time-honored traditions, or self-imposed with a style that reflects our personality.

    Bulles & Pasta

    An inspiring and festive evening !
    Last Thursday, May 18th, the entire Céramique Décor team was proud and, above all, pumped up to welcome professionals from the design, architecture and construction industries. Customers and partners were invited to an Italian-style BULLES & PASTA cocktail party at the Quebec City showroom.
    We’d like to express our gratitude to everyone who came out, whose warm presence contributed to the evening’s success.

    TRENDS - SPRING 2020

    Retro movement

    Green, whether soft or darker and more intense, leads us out of the urban bustle. It goes perfectly with the black faucet with its modern lines, such as the Rondo and the shower set Cozi from Rubi. Very easy to match and timeless, matt black will give a modern look to natural materials or an elegant sobriety to coloured decors.
    The green also harmonizes with the white as in the tiles of the Arquitectos or the daring series Stracciatella.
    Like a chocolate chip gelato, Stracciatella is a speckled polar white with two shades, one brighter than the other.
    The golden, a modern classic, is back in a lighter version. It now follows the minimalist shapes of modern faucets. A touch of luxury and refinement that, when used as an accent, enhances spaces from the most contemporary to the most retro.
    Spring means renewal. The new Moroccan cement series, Edition Citizen, relies on the round shape with perfect symmetry. With six colours and ten bicolour patterns, it gives rise to multiple visual and highly graphic options that animate the décor with a playful spirit.


    F&B Paints - Colour by Nature

    The new Colour by Nature collection from Farrow&Ball, designed in collaboration with the Natural History Museum, will make you want a total house makeover. These colours were inspired by Werner’s Nomenclature of Colours, a book about natural colours classifications whose first edition stays at the Natural History Museum. The Scottish painter Syme first wrote this book with examples of colours coming from the animal, vegetal and mineral worlds.
    Snow White, a warm character white with a slight yellow pigment, was inspired by the Carrara marble and travertine as the mineral source. This colour is ideal in small spaces where it reflects a maximum of light and creates a relaxed atmosphere.
    Imitating the white of human eyeballs or the back of the petals of blue hepatica, Skimmed Milk White is a half-tone off-white.
    Grey with a green veil, Ash Grey is reminiscent of fresh wood ashes. When in strong natural light, the green pigments are more visible whereas grey is dominant in a darker space.
    It’s the head of the black-headed gull that influenced Broccoli Brown, a subtle tint that creates warmth and depth in the room.
    According to Werner’s colour nomenclature, Sap Green is the colour of the underside of lower wings of orange lip butterfly. This soft colour is perfect in small spaces to create a rich, approachable and pleasing atmosphere.
    The neck of mallard is not the only idea behind Duck Green, but ceylanite is an inspiration as well. This colour is both soft and intense and offers an expressive alternative to charcoal tones.
    Scotch Blue, referring to the throat of blue titmouse or the stamina of single purple anemone, is an intensely pigmented colour that gives a luxurious and elegant aspect to a space that is also welcoming.
    Precious garnets are the origin of the Crimson Red colour. Rich in nature, it is romantic and very glamourous.
    Both the colour of the breast of pochard and the neck of teal drake, Deep Reddish Brown is a colour that was once popular in country houses, making a comeback today due to its richness in pigmentation.
    Text inspired by Farrow & Ball


    Decoration Ideas

    Kitchen and bathroom mosaics

    There are many possibilities to include mosaics in home decor: On the backsplash, as a shower base, an accent wall or a bathroom insertion. For an Italian shower base with a central drain, it is essential to choose very small sized tiles to create the necessary slopes for the water to flow. These mosaic tilings are among the easiest to install since they are already on nets of 12 x 12 “, which makes them great candidates for easy cutouts and effortless alignment. Square, hexagonal or round mosaics are bold and versatile.
    The adjoining pictures show how different mosaics create a dream decor in any style. This same kitchen has the potential to give life to the desired atmosphere once the suitable mosaic is chosen as a backsplash. Many bathroom versions are presented in decors that are transformed by a simple swap in mosaics.
    The new series, Piccola, is available with a matt finish and light luminous particles. For unique decor in shades of black, grey and white, Piccola is available in 6 different patterns of which there are penny rounds and hexagons.
    Natural stone is also a good candidate for mosaics. Distinguished by the unpredictable nuances of marble and its varied formats, this tile is of a unique richness.
    Mosaic made of 1.85 x 1.85 in pieces, the Genus deep black tiles have a natural finish veil, soft to the touch, composing a visual harmony that is both continuous and contrasted. Genus is based on innovative processes and new influences by daring to combine marble, quartz and natural black stone.
    Ideally divided to selectively reflect light, the combination of matt and glossy finish of the CR  mosaic creates a shimmer and deep effect.
    Hex&Dac is rich in varieties in tones of black and white. Penny rounds, hexagons, squares, and rectangles are still in the spotlight, but blends of matt and glossy or black and white are added. Patterns reminding of classical decors like the basketweave or the octagons are key components of a refined traditional bathroom.
    With a cortege of colors, finishes and more diverse formats, Timeless mosaics (3 x 3 cm), open the way to many possibilities for custom projects and abundant original solutions of absolute chic. These patterns beyond time and resolutely modern wear sinuous and mastered lines to wild and intense veining. In matt and glossy, ou combined with larger sizes, marble essence is timeless and can be found on the different colors: Calacatta, Amani Grey, Eramosa ou Black Deep.



    Céramique Décor likes to stay up to date with the last trends in interior decor. On the eve of the 2020s, the different design styles are not clear cut and personal tastes are the main indicators of decoration in the image of its occupants. Busy families want to surround themselves with a pleasing atmosphere that needs little care. Formerly, these characteristics were hard to combine in the same space, but today, products available in stores are designed to adapt to a fast-paced lifestyle without letting go of aesthetics and well-being.
    XXL tiles
    More and more, large size tiles are spotted in contemporary spaces creating a strong visual impact on their own. Rubbing the joints for hours is a thing of the past: XXL porcelains are not only easier to care for, but they also give an impression of nobility and large space. Between 24 x 48 ” and 36 x 72 “, various options make way for admiring a tile in all its grandeur without a thought about the grout. These extra-large stonewares can take place on walls to create a spectacular accent.
    Square tiles
    Square tiles are back, but this time, on a supersize version. Italian series like Ceppo di Gre, Veneziane and Lavagna exhibit this trend. 24 x 24 ” ceramics are among the bestsellers, but 30 x 30 “, 32 x 32″ and 36 x 36” are not to be forgotten. These large squares are perfect, even in smaller spaces.
    Mate black faucets
    We adore black fittings, and it is not only due to its ultrachic and contemporary look. It creates successful contrasts in kitchens and bathrooms in light tones to reclaim the ambiance since it adds a distinctive touch. Black faucets are decorative accessories on their own. The easy to clean finish in black is inflexible toward stains.
    Terrazzo inspiration brings forward the natural and irregular aspect of the materials that reminds of the midcentury decor. This pattern is ideal on a floor that wishes to limit the frequency of cleanings. The same idea is applied to the shower walls where the water and soap droplets are totally invisible. The terrazzo print is dignified on porcelains of natural hues (like Ceppo di Gre) or the eclectic ones (like Stracciatella).
    White is strong : in any shape and size, matt or glossy, it is still king. When combined with natural wood, the room becomes warm and cozy.
    All these trends can be combined naturally with large square white terrazzo tiles with black fittings and wood accents. For an atmosphere trendy and adapted to your lifestyle, get inspired by this successful arrangement with porcelain Veneziane, Marea washbassin cabinet, and this black faucet of the Abyss series.
    For more information on the presented products :
    Ceppo di Gre



    Frammenti, soft geometry

    The classic Venetian paving effect appears under a new figure, an original and sophisticated angle in the Italian collection, Frammenti. Two elongated shapes, rectangular and hexagonal, generate by themselves a burst of creativity. The pointed rafter and tapered tile contrast with the softness of the tones, all scattered with fragments of light piercing the flat areas of colours, Blu, Perla, Bianco, and Grigio.
    Imagination is freed by mixing and matching the shapes and colours of Frammenti. The Losanga shape (#pickettile) can moreover give a retro as well as contemporary decor. Muted colours allow you to dare with confidence as in this lounge with its blue tones.
    Available in two shapes, the rectangular tiles make it possible to pose in any layout, but the Losanga makes the collection richer in opportunities. A horizontal offset where the pointy ends meet is an option, but it is also possible to mix both shapes. This example shows the Losanga shape forming squares in between which a series of rectangles are aligned. Playing with colours can highlight the originality of this layout.
    For more information: Frammenti


    New Metallic Wallpapers

    Give your walls a new glow and sheen with the new metallic F&B wallpapers! Among the most popular collections of F&B wallpapers, gold, silver and copper hues exalt nine choices of wallpapers. Available in 25 new metallic colours, these wallpapers printed from the richest pigments reveal their shimmering character in all interior styles.
    Why are these F&B wallpapers so unique?
    1. They are printed from F&B paint creating a harmonious duo between wallpaper and paint.
    2. Choosing F&B wallpapers is the most sustainable option. They are created from environmentally friendly water-based paint on recyclable paper from sustainably managed forests.
    3. Every roll is covered of a varnish specially formulated, which ensures the durability of the wallpaper and excellent stain resistance, making it easy to clean.

    List of the 9 collections available at Céramique Décor
    In the new metallic versions, Yukutori’s dotted pattern is available in gold and copper to subtly enhance Stifkey Blue and Jitney backgrounds, and adorn the walls of a delicate radiance.
    Delightful and quaint, the Gable pattern shows a rustic scene of fields and farm animals. Because of its large scale, the playful drawing is hand-engraved instead of printed with a flatbed block. The metallic version is sure to offer a conversation starter
    Telessa gains depth and magnificence with sparkles of gold, silver, copper, and gilver (a mix of gold and silver) that overlay on the richly pigmented background colours, including De Nimes, Sulking Room Pink, Paean Black, and School House White.
    The most diverse collection in terms of colors, Lotus is hand-engraved with gold, silver, copper, and gilver (a mix of gold and silver) paints on backgrounds with dynamic contrast.
    The Japanese word Amime means the space between netting. The metallic impressions silver or gold, create a tactile effect and a unique depth on Green Smoke and Jitney backgrounds.
    Master Weaver James Leman created this floral pattern. An artisanal impression of gold and gilver (a mix of gold and silver) deepens this two-toned vegetal pattern on backgrounds of Green Smoke and a bespoke red specially formulated for this wallpaper.
    Inspired from Art Deco and the 20th century, Tourbillon’s segmented circles are available in gold and gilver (a mix of gold and silver) on Theron and Paean Black backgrounds.
    The elegant foliage pattern of Bamboo seems drawn with a brush in deep gold on Sulking Room Pink and Paean Black backgrounds. This wallpaper’s lush botany is reminiscent of Japanese woodblock prints, adding a touch of a natural glow to the room.
    Honouring the mathematical precision of the encrypting machine Enigma used during World War II, the geometric patterns of this wallpaper are printed in gold on Paean Black background and gilver (a mix of gold and silver) on India Yellow background.

    For more information, contact [email protected].


    Lotus métallisé - F&B
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