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Concrete Effect Floor Tiles

Charm and naturalness for all kinds of spaces with differents types of floor tiles

Concrete Effect Floor Tiles

2 results for Floor Tiles : Concrete Effect, Grey, Marble, Quartzite, Technical Porcelain, Living Room, Bathroom

  1. Harlem Acero 120X120-Floor tile-Concrete Effect-100288922-T-500X500
    Harlem Acero 120X120
    Special Price
    £79.34 / sqm
    Regular Price
    £132.24 / sqm
    -40%
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  2. Bottega Acero 120X120-Floor tile-Concrete Effect-100288878-T-500X500
    Bottega Acero 120X120
    Special Price
    £79.34 / sqm
    Regular Price
    £132.24 / sqm
    -40%
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2 results for Floor Tiles : Concrete Effect, Grey, Marble, Quartzite, Technical Porcelain, Living Room, Bathroom

concrete effect

Concrete Effect Floor Tiles

Choosing floor tiling with a concrete effect finish for a room gives it an organic and minimalist appearance.

Inspired by manually-laid cement and concrete, concrete effect floor tiles are an established trend in the interior design industry.

Floor tiles for an industrial setting

Ceramic floor tiles with a concrete effect finish are ideal for any room. This is particularly the case if you seek to recreate an industrial or loft-type setting, where large floor tiles also help to create a pleasant feeling of continuity and spaciousness. The variety of shapes, sizes and finishes on offer afford customers complete freedom to design personalised spaces for every project.

Manufactured in grey and beige tones, they can be easily incorporated into neutral settings with a contemporary style. Additionally, they blend perfectly with materials such as wood and other vegetable fibre materials that bring warmth to the surrounding environment, leading to elegant, modern and highly comfortable interior spaces.

This type of ceramic floor tile guarantees ease of maintenance, as well as being extremely resistant to high temperatures, chemicals and aggressive atmospheric agents. Being non-combustible, ceramic tiling is also one of the safest materials used in construction, capable of resisting temperatures of up to 3000 °C. Consequently, its high durability and resistance means that ceramic tiling can be integrated into projects ranging from interiors, exteriors, residential and commercial spaces or highly-transited areas.

The natural and eco-friendly characteristics of this type of tile, as well as a great capacity for thermal and electrical insulation, lend added-value to this highly efficient and sustainable material.