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May Featured Tiles: Malmo Cement Effect & Aquarius Stone Effect Tiles

May seems to have crept up on us and we’re finding it hard to believe we’ll soon be half way through 2019. We’re looking forward to BBQ season and seeing all the wonderful garden designs created using our range of outdoor porcelain tiles. This month we’ve got an extra-special treat for our customers as both of our Featured Tile ranges are best sellers.

Malmo

Add a modern twist to your bathroom with these gorgeous cement effect porcelain tiles, suitable for walls and floors. Malmo is one of our best-selling ranges and it’s really no surprise why. The cement effect porcelain tiles are available in two shades of grey, Dark and Light, and in two sizes, 800x400mm or 600x600mm. As if these stunning urban wall and floors tiles were not enough, there’s also a fabulous geometric patterned decor tile that replicates the look of smaller tiles laid in a herringbone or chevron-style pattern. These tiles would suit a modern bathroom or kitchen, but could work equally well in a tiled living area.

Aquarius

There’s something luxurious about the look of natural stone but did you know that it needs to be sealed regularly – particularly in showers or areas where it might get wet? The Aquarius range is here to save you from costly and time consuming sealing products, as it has the beautiful look of natural stone but is actually made of ceramic and porcelain. The 600x300mm wall tiles are ceramic and come in either a plain field tile or a linear faux-mosaic decor tile. For a stylish finish, why not add matching 450x450mm porcelain floor tiles. After the success of the Aquarius Moon and Dark colours we added a third Bone colour to the range, this is a neutral beige shade available in the wall, floor and decor formats.

Our Featured Tiles are available online and in-store with 20% off throughout May.

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