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Reclaimed Rustic Brick Effect Tile

  • £48.99
  • £54.99
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Offering the real look and feel of a rustic reclaimed brick these tiles completely change the aesthetics of a room. They lighten the space whilst still creating a cosy and retro environment.

Each brick effect tile panel measures 48cm x 32cm and interlock as if like a puzzle in to one another making them really simple to install, they do not require spacers and a minimal amount of grout.

Because these tiles interlock it gives them a seamless brick design as if one brick runs in to another exactly as you would find on a period property. The tiles themselves don't just look amazing they are also incredible practical being a porcelain tile they can be installed in a variety of applications including around wood burners, fireplaces, showers, kitchens almost anywhere!

The tile has an array of colours and tones adding to the authenticity of a reclaimed brick with a mix of whites, ivory, reds and clays they really are a stunning brick effect tile!

When designing these tiles the manufactures used various images from old English brick built houses and then printed these designs on to their hard-wearing porcelain structure to give the matt feel and raised profile of a real brick.

Order a cut sample to see it up close!

Recommendations

• Don't forget your adhesive! These tiles require fixing to the wall using our tile adhesive. The tile adhesive for these brick effect tiles need to be a flexible tile adhesive (this means it can be used on porcelain tiles) You will need 1 x 20kg bag of rapid setting white adhesive per every 4m2 of tiles. To add your adhesive to cart click here

Specifications

Colour - Mixed

Length - 480mm

Width - 320mm

Depth - 8.5mm

Material - Porcelain

Tiles per M2 - 7.6

Finish - Matt/Textured

Suitable for - Walls

Requires Sealing - No

**Price is per M2

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