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Sapphire Blue Quartz Tiles

Designer tiles - Samples available!

Size (mm) RRP Our Price
300x300 £135.00 £41.06m2
600x300 £135.00 £44.25m2
400x400 £135.00 £49.49m2
600x600 £135.00 £49.49m2
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Product Details
Order Code QZ-S-BLUE
Material Quartz
Colour Blue
Finish Polished
Sparkly
Ideal For Floor
Wall
Bathroom
Kitchen

Product Code: QZ-S-BLUE

Job Lot Available
Tile Size400x400mm
RRP Per M2£135.00
Our Price Per M2£49.49
Job Lot Price Per M2£19.99
Area Job Lot Covers2.72m2
Tiles in Job Lot17
Can Be SplitNo
Job Lot Description
Slight fade round edge of tile

Blue quartz wall and floor tiles have a sparkly look provided by reflective mirror flecks. Sapphire Blue Quartz is a popular choice for bathroom designs, in which they are often combined with white tiles. The polished finish emphasises the bright colour and glistening appearance to stunning effect. You can use these tiles on either a wall or a floor. When chosen as flooring, many people opt to install spotlights on their skirting boards in order to accentuate the look of these quartz tiles.

Quartz tiles from the Crystalstone range are not just notable for a standout look but are also renowned for a range of practical qualities. The low moisture absorption rate means they require little maintenance even when used as a shower surround or kitchen backsplash. With its sleek and smooth surface this blue quartz tile proves easy to clean. Quartz is regularly acquired for commercial projects including shop, bar and restaurant refits, with its durability making its suitable for high traffic areas. Quartz is resin based and any use with underfloor heating, in conservatories or as part of high thermal environments is entirely at your own risk. Itís advised that you should avoid using a latex adhesive with quartz. - See more at.

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