This is a great alternative to the famous French Barr limestone, which is practically impossible to find in affordable reclaimed form nowadays. It’s in a flagstone format and has a really authentic, highly-varied pattern, which works really well in bigger spaces. Unlike natural stone, it is smooth and flat, which does make it very easy to clean, but it does have the lightly chipped edges that add to the sense that this is not easy to distinguish from the real thing.
Sold in packs of 3no tiles totaling 1.64m2
“Due to the nature of the manufacturing process, large format porcelain tiles may be subject to a ‘bow’ along the length of larger tiles (60cm or larger). This slight bowing which will fall within European Standards, can cause ‘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”.