Rustic Blue Reclaimed Wood Effect Tiles

Size: 600x150x9.8mm

ID: 14935

4 Stars (106) Reviews

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ID: 14935

Rustic Blue Reclaimed Wood Effect Tiles

4 Stars (106) Reviews

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£19.95 Inc. VAT/Per SQM

£1.81 Per Tile

Size: 600x150x9.8mm

ID: 14935

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RUSTIC BLUE RECLAIMED WOOD EFFECT TILES SPECIFICATION

Product ID 14935
Material type

Porcelain

Suitability Floors, Walls, Internal
Size

600x150x9.8mm

Sold By SQM
Tiles Per SQM 11
Weight 21.77 kg
Tiles Per Pack 11
Brand Core Effect
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Finish Matt
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Underfloor Heating Yes
Grade 4
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4 -- Tiles suggested for all residential floors; moderate to heavy traffic areas, e.g. bathrooms, halls, kitchens, conservatories and wall applications. Also suitable for light traffic commercial floors, that are walked on by regular traffic (e.g. entrances, commercial kitchens, hotel, exhibition and sales rooms).

DESCRIPTION

Piece together a striking, eye-catching display in your interiors with the introduction of these Rustic Blue Wood Plank Tiles. They consist of a reclaimed, aged, weathered wood effect design; some of which with a faded painted appearance. The designs vary from one tile to the next; allowing you to piece together a heavily varied floor display or a stunning feature wall in a bathroom, kitchen, hallway, living room, or bedroom. There are 8 different designs supplied on a random basis. 

What's special about these tiles? 

> They perfectly capture the popular reclaimed look 

> They have a mix of different colours for a characterful blend 

> Made from porcelain, so durable and hard wearing 

> Unlike natural wood, they don't require treatment and maintenance 

> They're more scratch and stain resistant than real wood 

> Can be used to transform both floor and wall spaces 

> Suitable for use with underfloor heating 

The reclaimed look 

One huge interior design trend to emerge recently is the reclaimed look. A reclaimed floor is where wood has been salvaged from other places - such as a building or a boat, and it's been re-purposed into flooring. This results in a mix of colours and textures, and a very striking, unique and characterful floor space; which is why the reclaimed look is so popular! 

A real reclaimed floor will likely cost you thousands, which is why these Rustic Blue Wood Plank Tiles, which have a realistic reclaimed look with a mix of 8 different designs that are distributed randomly, are a great, zero-maintenance, durable alternative! 

How many different designs are there? 

To ensure you get a good mix of plank-shaped tiles, and that there isn't too much repetition, there are 8 different designs which are distributed randomly. 

Try before you buy 

If you'd like to take a closer look at these stylish reclaimed wood effect tiles before placing your main order, just order a sample tile! Samples come full size and with Free Delivery. They give you a feel for the tile's true size, colour and texture, and you can even see how it goes on the floor or wall in your chosen space. 

PRODUCT REVIEWS

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5 Stars

The most beautiful tiles for our newly renovated farmhouse. They are beautiful. Such a compliment to our denim blue kitchen, oak and stone accents in our home. Couldn't reccomend them more.

Published 2 Sep 2019

5 Stars

We've got them in our conservatory and now putting them in our kitchen

Published 1 Sep 2019

4 Stars

Aw mine wasnt blue cz there mixed and random sample sent

Published 30 Aug 2019

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Full Size Samples Full Size Samples

We always recommend ordering tile samples prior to purchasing to see their true beauty, finish and texture. All our tiles have the option to order a sample online. We offer full size samples, no cuts! There are a maximum 6 samples per order, with free delivery.

Standard Sample Delivery - Free (2-3 working days)

Next Day Sample Delivery - £3.95 (orders placed before 2pm, next working day)

Please note: You can order up to 6 different samples, not 6 samples of the same product. You can even order grout samples now, match your tile sample with a grout swatch here

Find out more about our tile sample service here

Free Delivery Free Delivery

We deliver to mainland UK addresses and all delivery prices are fixed inc VAT.

Standard Delivery (all orders over £150) - Free
Standard Delivery (all orders under £150) - Up to 10 KG = £7.99, 20 KG = £11.99, 30 KG = £15.99, Over 30 KG = £24.99

AM or PM Delivery - £49.95
Timed Delivery - £49.95
Saturday Delivery - £74.95
Sunday Delivery - £74.95

Standard Sample Delivery - Free (2-3 working days)
Next Day Sample Delivery - £3.95 (orders placed before 2pm, next working day)

Find out more about our delivery service here.

Adhesive & Grout Finder Adhesive & Grout Finder

Need a helping hand finding the correct adhesive and grout for your chosen tiles? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Just use our helpful Adhesive and Grout Finder tool. In a few easy steps, it will serve up the perfect product for your tiling project. Click here to get started.

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30 Day Returns 30 Day Returns

Easy online 30-day returns. If you receive damaged or incorrect tiles you will need to inform us within 2 working days of delivery. We will refund any surplus tiles in their original boxes within 30 days of the date of delivery. You will have the right to return goods if you are not happy with your selection or change your mind.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

30 Day Exchange 30 Day Exchange

As well as our 30-day refunds and returns, we are proud to offer a 30-day exchange period. This means that you are still able to return any unwanted tiles back to us within 30 days of your original purchase date for a tile exchange. These tiles must be unused, uninstalled, in good condition and in their original packaging. Unfortunately we do not accept exchanges on adhesives and grouts, only tiles. We also do not accept exchanges on clearance and end-of-the-line job lot items.

Find out more about our returns and exchange service here.

Need Help or Advice? Need Help or Advice?

We're here to help! Contact our friendly Sales & Customer Service teams today. Expert in-house tiling advice and help by Phone, Email or Live Chat.

Telephone: 01536 314730 Monday - Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm, Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm. Email: sales@wallsandfloors.co.uk or customerservice@wallsandfloors.co.uk

We also offer bespoke technical support & advice on your tiling projects. Telephone: 01536 419981 Monday – Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm.

Find out more about our sales and customer service teams here.

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS (36)

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Whats the slip rating please? Do they need a slip coating?
Vin | 20 Jul 2019
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Hi Vin

These tiles have an R10 anti-slip rating for footwear but have not been tested for barefoot situations. They should be fine for most internal domestic situations and in areas where slip resistance may be a concern, such as bathrooms, towels or a bathmat can be laid in the immediate wet areas. We would recommend obtaining a sample to test the surface to ensure it is suitable for your personal requirements before making your final decision.

Whilst we do not supply them, there are surface treatments available to increase slip resistance however we do not have any information on how effective they are. We would, therefore, advise performing a test on a sample tile to determine if it will have the desired effect.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 20 Jul 2019
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What grout would you recommend for these tiles and how much for 3 sq metres please?
Sheena Jolley | 24 Jun 2019
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Hi Sheena

You would only need around 1.5kg's to cover 3 sqm, although most grouts are only available in larger bags of around 2-5kg's as their smallest options. Grout colour is entirely down to personal preference, but due to the multiple shading and colours of the tile, a medium grey (as shown in the main image) tends to be the most popular choice. To help you decide, we can provide samples from our Norcros 4 Into 1 Grout range and would advise obtaining a sample tile and a selection of grout colours, to compare before making your final decision:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/norcros-4-into-1-grout

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 24 Jun 2019
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Are these tiles suitable for a small downstairs Toilet? It is roughly 175cm x 89cm. Also could the tiles be split lenghtways to cover a plinth that is 76mm high and 76mm wide? And could they be used as skirting?
Sheena Jolley | 12 Jun 2019
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Hi Sheena

These tiles will be fine in a small area and providing you have a cutting long enough, can be cut lengthways to reduce the width. They are also just the right width for a skirting but can again be split should you prefer a lower profile. The exposed top edge can be covered with a bead of decorators caulk and painted the same colour as the wall, or you can use a tile trim:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/aluminium-quadrant-trims-10mm-bright-silver-trim

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our Sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 12 Jun 2019
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Hi. Would these tiles be suitable for a bathroom floor? Thank you
Ashifa | 18 Apr 2019
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Hi Ashifa

These tiles are Grade 4 porcelain and can be used in any internal domestic application, including bathrooms. They do have a slight wood-grain texture which will give a small amount of slip resistance when wet. However, we would recommend obtaining a sample to test, to ensure they are suitable for your personal requirements. If slip resistance is a concern, we would suggest using towels or bath mats in the immediate wet areas.

If you wish to discuss your project in more detail or to arrange samples or a quotation, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 or request a call-back via the link below, and they will be more than happy to help you.
https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 18 Apr 2019
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Hi can you tell me what tiles make up the pattern of the Rustic Blue Reclaimed Wood Effect Tiles 14935 please? Can i get samples of this?
Jo Byrne | 11 Feb 2019
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Hi Jo,

When you order these tiles, you will automatically receive a random mix of all the designs as shown in the images. All of the patterns that will be included can be viewed in the following guide:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/catalog/product/Walls-and-Floors-rustic-blue-design-recommendations.pdf

Samples of a single random tile can be ordered by clicking on the blue sample button, but if you have any difficulty or wish to discuss an order with our sales team, please give them a call on 01536 314730 or request a callback here: https://ideas.wallsandfloors.co.uk/request-a-callback and they will be more than happy to help.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 11 Feb 2019
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HI
If we ordered by the tile and not by the meter would we be able to specify that we would just want the blue tiles? Would this be possible?
Thanks
Karen Cutting | 24 Jan 2019
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Hi Karen,

Although they can be ordered in singles, they will still arrive in sealed boxes that will contain a random mixture of all the different designs. If you wish to discuss an order or to view alternative tiles that may also suit your project, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to help you.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 24 Jan 2019
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Hi, why is ;laying the tiles in a 50/50 middle placement not recommended?
thanks
Nick | 22 Jan 2019
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Hi Nick,

There are two main reasons. The first is that traditional wood flooring and cladding are laid with a random stagger. Having a set half/brick bond with some tiles can detract from the natural intended appearance.

The other reason is that during manufacture, long tiles can sometimes develop a slight curvature in the surface. This is not a fault, but a characteristic that can occur in kiln-fired products. It can sometimes cause a minor height difference between the joints, known as "lippage", where the highest point of one tile will meet the lowest point of the next. Although it is most likely that the tiles will be flat, if this characteristic is present, it can be overcome by using levelling clips, but should not cause an issue if the recommended layouts are followed.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 22 Jan 2019
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Hi, im planning to have these in my kitchen, these are suitable for a wall, right?
Nick | 22 Jan 2019
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Hi Nick,

Although more popular for the floor, these can also be used on the wall. Although due to their weight they cannot be installed onto plaster or plaster skim (which only has a weight limit of 20kgs per sqm). Instead we would advise they are installed onto bare unskimmed plasterboard, render or a tile backer such as Hardie Backer:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/hardiebacker-board-james-hardie

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 22 Jan 2019
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I am planning to lay the blue rustic tiles in the herringbone pattern. I can’t get the spacing to work out using tile spacers.eg the long side is 600mm then when the 150mm short side is laid at 90 deg plus tile spacers this puts the edge beyond the single tile laid long ways. I can’t see how you have made this work in your sample picture as more area would need to be seen.can you advise please.
AJ | 29 Nov 2018
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Hi AJ,

The best way to look at a herringbone pattern is to view them as steps until you get into the swing of laying a larger area. Loose laying them is advised to first check the pattern before fixing. Firstly lay a tile, then lay a second tile at 90 degrees at the end with your intended spacer. This will form your basic right-angle template, or an “L” shape to work from. Now you need to form the same “L” shape and tuck it into the angle of the first one and repeat. You will notice that that this creates a step pattern down the sides, to which further “L” shapes interlock into which you should also be able to keep the same spacer width.

It is a very complicated pattern to explain in writing but here is a link to a herringbone mosaic we do. Although the tile size is different, the basic pattern and layout is identical. If you have any further difficulty, please call our sales team on 01536 314730 and we will do our best to assist you:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/herringbone-carrara-marble-polished-brick-mosaic-tiles

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 29 Nov 2018
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Are these tiles non slip

J Senior | 16 Oct 2018
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Hello and thank you for your enquiry,

These tiles do not have a guaranteed anti-slip finish, but the matt texture will provide a certain amount of grip for some domestic situations. Requirements for the degree of anti-slip is down to the users preference and we would recommend obtaining a sample to test in your given area to ensure the texture is suitable for your personal requirements.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 16 Oct 2018
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hi how many blue tiles in a sq meter? thank you
william | 24 Aug 2018
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Hi William,

It is difficult to say as there are different designs all of which are supplied at random. However there are 2 designs which contain the blue shading so you will receive approximately 2-4 blue tiles in every box/sqm.
https://media-wallsandfloors-yntvguuzyx7z.netdna-ssl.com/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 24 Aug 2018
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Hi, I’ve just received my sample which is wonderful, I want to put them as a border along the walll in my kitchen, will that be ok? Will they be ok to clean? Thanks
Lynne Doyle | 8 Aug 2018
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Hi Lynne,

These porcelain tiles are fine to be used on a kitchen wall. Cleaning should not be an issue and we even have a specialist product that is made just for tiles https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-porcelain-tile-cleaner-1ltr

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 8 Aug 2018
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Would these tiles be suitable for a kitchen wall?
Fiona Nelson | 30 Jun 2018
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Hi Fiona,

These tiles can be used on a wall, but due to the weight and size of them, cannot go directly on to plaster due to the weight limits of Gypsum (20kgs per sqm). They can however be laid directly onto bare plaster board, or a tile backer board such as Hardie Backing, using a flexible cement based adhesive:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/hardiebacker-board-james-hardie
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-standard-flex-grey-tile-adhesive

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 30 Jun 2018
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I’m thinking of putting these tiles up a wall, what, if any spacing is required between the tiles?
Ian | 29 Apr 2018
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Hi Ian,

On a wall, the recommended minimum grout joint is 2mm, but you can go larger if required. For reference, floors require a 3mm grout joint.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 29 Apr 2018
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How should the floor (currently bare floorboards) be prepared before laying the tiles including under floor heating?
Sarah Bryant | 10 Apr 2018
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Hi Sarah,

The biggest issue with wooden floors is their flexibility. So each board will need to be screwed to the joists at no more than 300mm centres. The Insulation boards can then be laid using a combination of adhesive (to level) and screws (to fix). The underfloor heating can the be stuck on top. You can spread the tile adhesive directly over the cables, however we recommend a self-levelling compound to encase the wires, which will protect them when troweling the adhesive and will promote even heat distribution. If you would like any further information, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to assist you:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/underfloor-tile-heating/comfort-zone-underfloor-heating-kit-for-wooden-floors

Regards,
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 10 Apr 2018
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Hi I was wondering would these tiles be suitable for an outdoor patio if laid on a concrete base?
Menai Pritchard | 3 Apr 2018
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Hi Menai,

These tiles can be used externally. The matt finish provides a degree of slip resistance in wet conditions that is suitable for the personal requirements of most customers. However if slip resistance is a concern, we would recommend a tile with an anti-slip rating of R10 or above.

We advise obtaining samples to ensure you are happy with the finish before placing your main order. If you wish to discuss your project in more detail, please contact our sales team on 01536 314730 and they will be more than happy to assist you.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 3 Apr 2018
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Hi, How much adhesive and grout would i need for 13 square metres? Thanks
Tom | 21 Mar 2018
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Hi Tom

It depends on which adhesive you will be using. If you are using our 20Kg bags of our Kwik Flex, each bag covers appoximately 5 sqm. You would therefore need 3 bags. plus a 5Kg bag of grout:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/toolshed-tile-adhesive-kwik-flex-grey-floor-tile-adhesive
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mapei-ultracolour-plus-grout

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 21 Mar 2018
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Hi,
Do these tiles need to be sealed? If so which sealant would you recommend? I intend to use them in the bathroom and am wondering if they need water protection.

Thanks
Asma | 12 Mar 2018
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Hi Asma

These tiles are a glazed porcelain so sealing is not required. However in heavy traffic areas or areas prone to wet conditions or spillages (hallways, kitchens, bathrooms etc.) you would benefit from treating the grout with the LTP Grout & Tile Protector to prevent staining and discolouration:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/ltp-cleaning-protecting-ltp-grout-tile-protector-sealer

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 12 Mar 2018
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Hello,
I have got a question. What tiles would you recommend to match with rustic blue wood plank? If you put rustic blue on the floor in the bathroom what tiles would you put on the wall? thank you in advance
Kamila | 11 Mar 2018
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Hi Kamila,

There are many different wall tiles you can pair with this tile. As it is so “patterned” it may be a good idea to go a little more plain on the wall, may be something in a single colour. The choice is a personal one and there are a lot of looks you can create with this tile. Have a look at the customer project images and our style section for inspiration.

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 11 Mar 2018
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Hi, are the 8 different varieties of colour in the same pack or do i need to come up with a pattern and order these separately? what colour variant of tiles are there apart from the blue rustic?
Thanks, Jason
Jason McDaid | 5 Mar 2018
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Hi Jason,

These tiles come in 8 designs mixed randomly in the packs. Below is a link to show all the designs that will be included. Unfortunately they are only available in the blue colourway.
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 5 Mar 2018
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Hello, do they come like it shown in the picture? Or do they all come in blue and have to buy the other shades tiles?
Matt | 26 Feb 2018
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Hi Matt,

All the designs come together in one pack. Here is a PDF that shows all the designs that will be included:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 26 Feb 2018
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Do these come In a pack of miss match colours? Or do you have to buy all the different colours separate? I really like the customer project on the Bathroom wall
Kay Body | 19 Feb 2018
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Hi Kay,

These tiles are supplied in a random mix of all the colours and designs. There are 8 in total which can be viewed on our downloadable design guide:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Feb 2018
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Hi, are these tiles suitable for bathroom walls, around showers and baths or are they just specific for floors? Many thanks
Marcus | 12 Feb 2018
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Hi Marcus

These tiles are suitable for both floors and walls, including wet and humid areas such as bathrooms, around showers, baths and wet-rooms.


Regards,
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 12 Feb 2018
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Is it possible to buy packs without the blue tiles?
Thanks
Amanda | 20 Jan 2018
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Hi Amanda,

We cant separate the blue out, but this is a similar product with no blue tones:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/antique-wood-effect-tiles-vintage-wood-plank-tiles

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 20 Jan 2018
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What slip rating are these tiles and are they suitable for commercial applications?
Rebecca | 19 Jan 2018
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Hi Rebecca,

These tiles have an R-10 slip resistance rating. They are also a wearing grade 4 meaning they would be suitable for dry area, light commercial use. We would recommend ordering a sample to ensure the finish is suitable for your application before purchasing.

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Jan 2018
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I'm not sure if I understood well but does this tile come in 8 different colours in one pack? Or all of them are the same blue!? Thank you
Kamila | 12 Jan 2018
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Hi Kamila,

There are 8 different tile designs with the Rustic Blue Plank tiles, these can be viewed here https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf As the tiles are supplied on a random basis by the manufacturer there will be a mix of each tile per box/square meter. There will most likely be one of each per 8 tiles but the ratio may vary across an order.

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 12 Jan 2018
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I would like to put these behind a wood burner on my narrow boat as an insulator with a nice aesthetic appeal. Would they be suitable.
Dave | 11 Jan 2018
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Hi Dave,

Thank you for your query.

Stove manufacturer’s usually request a certain air gap around wood burning stoves, to non-combustible materials (not to be confused with combustible materials), left and right: usually between 2″ (50mm) and 6″ (150mm). This recommended distance is often in the fitting instructions. So long as these are followed and met there is no reason the Rustic Blue Plank tiles can not be used. We would also recommend using the following adhesive https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/palace-heat-resistant-tile-adhesive-10-kg

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Callum Chester Reply | 11 Jan 2018
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Hi, I understand the tiles come in a variation of colour shades but do they look as the picture demonstrates - grey white blue or are they just variation of the blue?
Izzie shaw | 4 Jan 2018
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Hi Izzie,

Yes they are a mixture of blue and grey. The order will contain a mixture of all of the designs and colours. We would suggest when you receive them that before fixing, you loose lay the tiles to achieve a suitable blend of colour. Here is a link to all the patterns that will be included:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 4 Jan 2018
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Are there greys in this? Trying to work out if a grey gloss until would tie in with them?
Nikki | 19 Dec 2017
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Hi Nikki,

There are a few variations of grey withing the tile, mixed with blue and beige. We would recommend ordering a sample of each tile to ensure you are happy with the colour combination.

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Dec 2017
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Do you need underfloor heating with these tiles or will it be ok without?
Janine | 12 Dec 2017
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Hi Janine,

Underfloor heating is optional. If you have sufficient central heating you may not need it. However the 150w can be a good primary source of heating, and the 200w can offer a good heat burst and take the chill off in kitchens and bathrooms or any other areas that may prone to cold (such as conservatories).
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/underfloor-tile-heating

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 12 Dec 2017
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What colour grout would you recommend for these tiles, and also size of gap?
Jon Ralph | 11 Dec 2017
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Hi Jon,

For floor tiles, a minimum grout joint of 3mm is recommended. Due to the variations in colour on these tiles there isn't an exact grout to match so it is entirely down to personal preference. But we have supplied the Mapei Ultracolour Medium Grey as a complementary colour with positive feedback:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/mapei-ultracolour-plus-grout-ultracolour-plus-112-medium-grey-tile-grout

Regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 11 Dec 2017
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Kitchen 11ft5 x 9ft6 9.8m
Lounge 16.5 x 12ft 18.3m
Hall 9ft5 x9.6 8.4m

Hi I don’t know if I’ve worked these out right in metres but how many sqm would I need for these 3 rooms in the rustic blue please
Janine | 6 Dec 2017
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Hi Janine

Yes that is correct. Almost exactly the same as we calculated it to. If these are the exact measurements, remember to order an extra 10% to allow for cuts and wastage.

Regards
Walls And Floors
Technical Department Reply | 6 Dec 2017
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Am I right in thinking if I order the rustic blue wood plank tiles, that you get 8 random designs/colours that are in the picture? I really like the effect.
Claire bowsher | 22 Nov 2017
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Hi Claire,

That is correct. Within your order you will receive a mixture of all 8 patterns. The designs are available to view in this PDF:
https://www.wallsandfloors.co.uk/media/uploads/rustic-blue-wood-plank-tiles-reclaimed-wood-effect-tiles-.pdf

Kind regards,
Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 22 Nov 2017
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Would they be ok for landing and bedrooms?
Kath Jones | 20 Nov 2017
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Hi Kath,

These tiles are grade 4 porcelain tiles and are suitable for all domestic/residential foot traffic including bedrooms and landing areas.

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Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 20 Nov 2017
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Hi my kitchen is long 4 m and wide 2,5 m so haw meny wooden floor scwar meters I need ? Thank you
Edyta | 19 Nov 2017
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Hi Edyta,

For an area of 4m by 2.5m you would need 10 Sqm (square metres) in total. Please allow an extra 10% for cuts and wastage, so 11 Sqm would be best.

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Walls and Floors
Technical Department Reply | 19 Nov 2017
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Hi can you put the steamer on these tiles?
As the wife loves to steam the tiles with her steamer
Harty Fear | 3 Nov 2017
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Hi Harty

The tiles will withstand a steam cleaner no problem However due to the sudden high temperatures, over time it can have a very negative affect on the grout, which will be susceptible to the thermal shock. Overtime you may find the polymers break down and the grout can start to crack due to the temperature fluctuations, leading to the floor needing to be re-grouted. Mop or scrubbing brush with the right cleaning product such as the LTP Porcelain Cleaner, (ID: 14209) is by far the safest option.

Kindest Regards
Walls And Floors Technical Team
Technical Department Reply | 3 Nov 2017
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