Please note: Due to the nature of manufacturing porcelain tiles, large format tiles may be slightly concave along the length, which falls within European Standards. To minimise any effect of lipping, we recommend the tiles should be laid square or staggered by no more than 30% of the length of the tile.
With soft fawn and light tan undertones, the Aged Oak Porcelain has dark brown and ash grey grain and knot details throughout, making this tile hard to distinguish from natural wood. Wood effect porcelain tiles offer the beauty of wood combined with the practicality of porcelain, so they are ideal for use in a busy family bathroom or kitchen. The tiles can also be used externally and work well with underfloor heating. For more information, read our Aged Oak Porcelain blog post.
Our range of porcelain tiles are a great alternative to natural stone. Porcelain is extremely hard wearing and offers a practical solution with minimal upkeep. These tiles offer a contemporary, sleek look, and are both very consistent and extremely durable.