Carrara Marble Matt

300 x 600mm & 600 x 600mm

£29.97  m2

£29.97  m2

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Introducing the Carrara Marble Matt Porcelain Tile, a seamless fusion of timeless sophistication and modern durability. This exquisite tile, available in 300x600mm and 600x600mm sizes, boasts a refined matt finish that effortlessly mirrors the classic charm of Carrara marble. With rectified edges ensuring precision during installation, the tile creates a sleek, cohesive appearance with minimal grout lines.

Not only does this carrara marble effect tile captivate with its visual appeal, but it also excels in practicality. Resistant to stains, scratches, and moisture, it proves ideal for high-traffic spaces like kitchens and bathrooms. The neutral color palette allows for versatile design choices, making it suitable for various aesthetics, from traditional to modern.

Choose the Carrara Marble Matt Porcelain Tile for a flooring solution that combines aesthetic allure with enduring quality, redefining your space with sophistication and style.

300 x 600mm & 600 x 600mm
Porcelain
Matt Finish
Wall & Floor
Rectified
UFH Suitable

Size

300 x 600mm, 600 x 600mm

Colour

Grey, White

Material

Porcelain

Finish

Matt

Box Quantity

8

Rectified

Yes

Tiles per m2

5.56

Suitability

Wall & Floor

Ceramics are more commonly used in bathrooms and on walls as they are not as dense as porcelain. Porcelain is fired in the kilns when produced to a higher tempreture therefore perfect for high traffic areas.

Short answer no, ceramic wall tiles are not strong enough to be used on the wall, but you can use a floor tile on the wall.

No, quite the oposite using small tiles in a small area creates more grout lines and therefore can draw the area in making it look smaller, using a larger popular size like a 300x600mm will give you less grout lines making the area look bigger.