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Craquelure Fern Tiles

£36.95 / SQM
£0.74 / Tile
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Product Description

With their subtle crackle glaze, these Craquelure Fern Tiles have a revived aged appearance in a softer colour palette. They have a classic brick-shaped design; ideal for breathing new life into a kitchen splashback, or a bathroom wall. 

Before grouting, it is compulsory to seal with LTP Crackle Glaze. This prevents the grout from discolouring the tile and helps to prevent water from penetrating the tile. However, in areas where water is directly hitting the tile, such as in a shower, we strongly recommend in addition applying LTP Grout and Tile Protector after fixing, which will add extra protection.

What's special about these tiles?

> Calming green colour

> Slightly cracked, for a vintage appearance 

> Flat, flush tile for a seamless look 

> Long-lasting ceramic

> Gorgeous gloss finish that bounces light around a room 

Take a closer look 

To see these tiles up close before placing a full order, why not buy a sample tile? Samples come full size and with free delivery. You can get a feel for the tile's size, colour and texture, and you can see how it looks in place on the wall in your chosen room. 

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Product Info

  • Product ID 41705
  • Tiles Per SQM 50
  • Sale by Per SQM
  • Size 100x200x6mm
  • Weight 0.25 KG
  • Material Type Ceramic
  • Finish Gloss
  • Colour Grey
  • Suitability Walls
  • Grade No
  • Rectified Edge No
  • Underfloor Heating No
  • Thickness (mm) 6
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  • Q: would like to use these tiles as the floor of hearth on which a wood burner will sit. Can you let me know about this.
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