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Abbotsbury Porcelain Crema

This wonderful, authentic-looking, high-definition porcelain tile is inspired by classic English limestone.  The collection, with four colourways and three formats is perfect for walls and floors in both classic and modern interiors, and represents outstanding value for money.

Each format sold in boxes of 1.08m2

“Due to the nature of the manufacturing process, large format porcelain tiles may be subject to a slight ‘bow’ along the length of larger tiles (60cm or larger). This slight bowing which will fall within European Standards, can cause slight ‘lipping’ between one tile and the next. If you wish to minimise this, tiles should be laid square, or staggered by not more than a third of a tile length, rather than laying brick-bond. This will minimise the effect of the bowing on the finished look”.

Material

Porcelain

Finish

Matt

Suitability

Heavy Commercial Interior Floors, Wall Tiling

Slip Rating

R10

Availability

Usually in stock

FORMAT PATTERN THICKNESS PRICE ex VAT PRICE inc VAT
30 x 60cm 1.0cm £39.00m² £46.80m²
60 x 60cm 1.0cm £41.63m² £49.96m²
60 x 90cm 1.0cm £57.00m² £68.40m²

Design Notes

This wonderful, authentic-looking, high-definition porcelain tile is inspired by classic English limestone.  The collection, with four colourways and three formats is perfect for walls and floors in both classic and modern interiors, and represents outstanding value for money.

Each format sold in boxes of 1.08m2

“Due to the nature of the manufacturing process, large format porcelain tiles may be subject to a slight ‘bow’ along the length of larger tiles (60cm or larger). This slight bowing which will fall within European Standards, can cause slight ‘lipping’ between one tile and the next. If you wish to minimise this, tiles should be laid square, or staggered by not more than a third of a tile length, rather than laying brick-bond. This will minimise the effect of the bowing on the finished look”.

Additional information

Material

Porcelain

Finish

Matt

Suitability

Heavy Commercial Interior Floors, Wall Tiling

Slip Rating

R10

Availability

Usually in stock

Installation info coming soon