||300x300x10: 10 Tiles (0.9m2)
400x400x10: 6 Tiles (0.96m2)
300x600x10: 8 Tiles (1.44m2)
600x600x10: 4 Tiles (1.44m2)
|Suitable for Underfloor Heating?
|Cuts & Wastage
||We recommend 10% for Cuts & wastage
Transform Walls and Floors with Cream Quartz Tiles
The combination of a cream colour and sparkly mirror pieces provides walls and floors with a stylish look. This appearance is emphasised by a polished finish. Producing a contemporary style in bathrooms and kitchens, Arabian Cream Quartz can be combined to good effect with modern features. The neutral colour and reflective quality makes these tiles a popular choice for small rooms, as they help to accentuate space.
Versatile Cream Quartz Tiles
The great thing about a neutral cream colour is its versatility and the way in which it can be incorporated within a wide variety of decors and they are manufactured with a 1mm bevelled edge on each tile. These tiles have an additional element compared to plain cream tiles as they have a surface covered in reflective mirror pieces. These tiles can be matched with popular colours like black and white
Choose Quartz Tiles for easy cleaning and maintenance
Without the need for specialist cleaning techniques, these engineered quartz tiles are a low maintenance option. Hard wearing and durable, they are regularly chosen for high traffic areas, particularly in commercial properties. These tiles have a high water resistance level making them suitable for bathroom shower areas and wet rooms. For a seamless look on floors they are often matched with a similarly coloured grout. If you want to take a closer look at this tile you can order a sample. As a result of a unique and innovative manufacturing process these tiles have a 97% quartz content. Quartz is resin based which means any use within a high thermal environment, in areas exposed to natural sunlight including conservatories, in outdoor areas and near patio doors is at your own risk. Latex adhesives should also be avoided.
Quartz Installation Guide
Sparkzle Epoxy Grout Technical Guide