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Bastil Beige Concrete Effect Tile

  • £60.99
  • £88.99


Our Bastil Beige Concrete Effect Tile is part of the Bastil range of concrete effect tiles which are sure to create a natural and inviting atmosphere to your home. These tiles boast the realistic grain of concrete in its natural form which creates a sense of warm as well as allowing you to bring the outside, inside. The added benefit of these tiles is their soft matt finish which is both great to the touch and easy to keep clean.

These concrete effect tiles are made from porcelain so you can be sure they will last a very long time, it also means that these tiles can be used on both floors and walls including with the use of underfloor heating systems.

Each Bastil Beige Concrete Effect Tile falls in to our "large" range of tiles due its size of 60cm x 30cm. This size is widely desired due to its ability to give the appearance of a much bigger space, less use of grout lines and quicker installation. The tiles also boast at matt finish for easy cleaning and anti-slip properties.

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Recommendations for the Bastil Beige Concrete Effect Tile

  • Rapid Set White adhesive 1 x 20kg bag per 4m2 to add this to your basket simply click here
  • 1-3mm Grout line best suit these tiles
  • We recommend brown grout with these tiles, one 5kg bag will cover 7m2


  • Made From - Porcelain
  • Name - Bastil Beige Concrete Effect Tile
  • 60cm Wide x 30cm Long
  • 9mm Thick
  • Beige in colour
  • Does not require sealing
  • Tiles per m2 - 5.5
  • Matt
  • Suitable for interior use
  • Suitable for external use
  • Anti-Slip Rating - R9
  • Suitable for underfloor heating
  • Suitable for Walls & Floors
  • Tiles suitable to be used as - Kitchen Wall Tiles, Bathroom Wall Tiles, Wetroom Wall Tiles, Toilet Wall Tiles, Feature Wall Tiles, Kitchen Floor Tiles, Hallway Floor Tiles, Bathroom Floor Tiles.

**Price Is Per M2**

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