Alongside wall and floor coverings, the product can be used to decorate countertops, tables and furniture.
"Innovative digital printing has allowed us to create a product that is reminiscent of palatial opulence yet still remains contemporary," says Porcelanosa's managing director Juan Bodi.
"What's more, this series offers endless possibilities to create a unique space."
According to Porcelanosa, Paonazzo Biondo surfaces are made using 40 per cent recycled materials and can also be fully recycled at the end of their life.
To ensure longevity, the finish is resistant to water, scratches and stains, making it ideally suited for use in bathrooms and kitchens.
The surfacing comes in panels of four different formats, ranging from square units to longer rectangular ones.
All are available with silk or polished finishes and can be installed as an "infinite horizontal continuous design" – meaning the marble-like veins align to create a seamless transition between panels.
Porcelanosa is part of Tile of Spain, an association of 125 Spanish tile manufacturers.
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