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  • Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles
  • Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles

Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles

  • £81.99
  • £90.99
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Concrete effect tiles have been becoming increasingly popular over the last two years and now we see them in a true mix of applications. With the addition to this, hexagon tiles are incredibly popular so we combined the two to create these works of art - the Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles.

Sand in colour, Concrete in texture and hexagon in shape these tiles make up everything homeowners are desiring! The tile boasts this sandy/beige colouring which is perfect for those trying to obtain a more neutral colour scheme within the home whilst still being at the forefront of tile design.

Incredibly well designed with calibrated edges and a soft matt finish these tiles will create a perfect floor or wall covering no matter their application.

Don't be afraid to experiment with these tiles, as stunning as they may look in a bathroom on the walls they look incredible when used as a feature for a fireplace, feature wall or, even as a kitchen splash back or, entrance tile.

There are 35 Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles to a m2 and our price is per m2. The tile has a printed finish that looks amazing and modern on their own or can be used with the other (same size) hexagon tiles to create a mix colour effect.

Our recommendations for the Geometric Beige Mix Hexagon Tiles

Adhesive - Rapid Set Flexible White Adhesive with a coverage of 1 bag per 4m2 add this to basket by clicking here

Grout - Grout We recommend our Beige Grout. 5Kg will cover approximately 8m2

Specifications

Colour - Beige

Name - Concrete Sand Effect Hexagon Tiles

Length - 20cm

Width - 17.5cm

Finish - Matt

Material - Porcelain

Requires Sealing - No

Tiles Per M2 - 29

Tiles Per Box - 35

Suitable For - Walls & Floors

Anti-Slip - Yes

Suitable For Underfloor Heating - Yes

**Price is per m2

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