||600x600x12: 4 Tiles (1.44m2)
600x300x10: 6 Tiles (1.08m2)
300x300x10: 10 Tiles (0.9m2)
|Suitable for Underfloor Heating?
|Cuts & Wastage
||We recommend 10% for Cuts & wastage
Detail Showing our Black & Gold Cosmos
Golden Shimmering Fragments - Polished Surface
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Transform Interiors with Black and Gold Quartz Tiles
This black quartz tile has sparkly gold flecks and a highly polished finish. This bold combination of a black colour and glistening gold pieces provides walls and floors with a standout appearance. This Cosmos Quartz from Tilesporcelain has a modern style and dynamic quality, making it an excellent choice for contemporary bathroom and kitchen decors. Our quartz tiles contain 97% quartz as they are manufactured through a unique and innovative process and they are manufactured with a 1mm bevelled edge on each tile.
Choose Quartz for a feature wall
These sparkly quartz tiles are a perfect if you are looking to create a feature wall design. The gold flecks sparkle in magnificent fashion to add immense style and quality to wall designs. Black and gold colours each have a distinctive quality and in combination they are truly spectacular. Your friends will be wowed by the appearance of these glittery quartz tiles.
Polished Quartz Tiles
The sleek surface will allow you to clean them with ease, making them suitable for areas prone to the build up of dirt and dust. Furthermore, this premium option has a low moisture absorption rate making them an excellent choice for shower areas and kitchen splash backs. Resin based quartz is used with under floor heating systems and within high thermal environments at your own risk, with these including conservatories, near glass doors and external areas. For adequate adhesion to underlying substrates avoid latex adhesive for quartz.
Quartz Installation Guide
Sparkzle Epoxy Grout Technical Guide