Craquele tiles offer the utmost in rustic charm and effortlessly imbue any roomscape in which they are installed with an authentic artisanal aesthetic thanks to their uneven edges and crackled glaze.
Authentic aged design
Fetching rustic aesthetic
Designed to mimic aged tiles from a bygone era and featuring an authentically aged crackle glaze, these rustic tiles are sure to please anyone with an eye for vintage style. Available in a range of subtle hues, you’ll never be left wanting when it comes to matching a Craquele tile to your design scheme - you can even mix and match different shades to create a truly eye-catching design.
To achieve its crackle appearance there are small intentional porus fractures in the tiles surface. To avoid staining we recommend sealing with LTP Crackle Glaze Protector.
In the picture for the craquele mint wall tile it is used with two other colour types of craquele wall tiles . What are the other two colour types used in this photo
Our advice: Hi, the other colours used in the picture are the Craquele Sage Wall Tile - SKU: 439550 and the Craquele Olive Wall Tile - SKU: 439535
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Where can I see the other colours available.
Our advice: If you were to search "Craquele" in the search bar, the following colours would appear; white, mint, dove, sage, lead, cream, fresco, chino, pebble, olive, grey and bone. Hope this helps.
Do you seal all surfaces (both sides and all edges) of the tile prior to installation?
Our advice: We recommend sealing the face of the tile before installation.
What size trowel is best to use for fixing these tiles?
Our advice: For this tile, we would suggest a 6mm or 8mm trowel, depending on how level the walls are.
Hi , is it normal that my tiles make a craquele noise ?
Our advice: It is normal for the Craquele tiles to continue to crack once the boxes have been opened and they are exposed to the air, this will settle down once the tiles have been fitted and sealed.
Hi can you tell me what colours of tiles have been used on the picture of the sink wall?
Our advice: The image with the sink shows Craquele Mint, Sage and Olive Wall Tiles.
Is this tile suitable for showers?
Our advice: Our Craquele Mint Wall tiles are suitable for use in a shower area as long as the tiles are sealed. We would recommend sealing with our Fila MP90 Polished Stone sealer (SKU: 436195).