Chocolate Brown Quartz Tiles

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Chocolate Brown Quartz Tiles

Brown Quartz with Mirror Pieces

With a rich chocolate brown colour and the dazzling sparkle and glisten of majestic mirror particles, create a unique look that will transform interiors. This is an exquisite contemporary option for walls and floors in kitchens and bathrooms. Your guests will be amazed at how the reflective pieces shimmer and glow to accentuate light and space.

Great for a range of projects

Homeowners and interior designers use them in a variety of home installation projects. Architects recommend brown quartz for commercial renovations. In hotel foyers they depict class and sophistication and in nightclubs light bounces off the surface to provide a mesmerising backdrop. As a result of its manufacturing process this brown tile has a 97% quartz content and they are manufactured with a 1mm bevelled edge on each tile..

High Quality Brown Quartz Tiles

Quartz from Tilesporcelain are of the very highest quality. They are made with more mirror particles and quartz per m2 than any other tile on the market. These premium engineered quartz tiles are strong, durable and incredibly hard wearing. They provide a low maintenance option. Also, with its highly polished surface this tile is easy to clean. Through its engineering process quartz is a resin based tile and it's entirely at your own risk if you choose this tile in high thermal conditions, including underfloor heating and even conservatories, such as near patio doors and in outdoor areas. A latex adhesive is not suitable for fixing quartz to underlying substrates and should be avoided.

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