> Opulent, luxurious ‘hotel’ look
> Hardwearing and durable ceramic construction
> Simple installation
> Easy clean gloss finish
> Modern grey colouring
> Suitable for interior walls
> 100x300mm format with 7.9mm thickness
Joyce Pride 06/03/23
Zakaria islam 30/01/23
Mark Shattock 06/10/22
Trystan Gwilym 02/08/22
Ken Huggins 15/07/22
Oliver Naylor 05/04/22
Is this tile suitable for a fire place surround? If so, what would you recomend sticking it to the wall with? And would you suggest a particular grout?
Our advice: Yes, this tile would be suitable for a fire surround. Non of our adhesives would be suitable though as they will only resist up to the temperature of 90 degrees. We would advise sourcing a heat resistant adhesive for your project.
Rifat I. 31/10/18
Is this a ceramic tile?
Our advice: These tiles are ceramic.
Richard S. 28/08/17
Are these manufacturered by Eliane?
Our advice: The Linear Grey Gloss Wall Tile (SKU: 435525) are manufactured by Ceramica Ribesalbes in Spain
You Linear grey tile comes in two shades. Is the picture with the utensils the light or the slightly darker shade of grey? Thanks
Our advice: The Linear Grey Gloss Wall Tile (SKU 435525) is the tile featured in the main image with the utensils.
Is this range of tiles suitable for shower surrounds?
Our advice: Yes, our Linear Grey Gloss Wall Tile range is suitable for shower surrounds. We would always recommend ordering a sample to ensure that it is suitable for your project.
Are the tiles in the picture with the utensils on a grey tile and grey grout or white tile grey grout? They look much lighter than on the picture with the other colours
Our advice: The tiles on the image with the utensils are the Linear Grey Gloss Tiles with a dark grouting possibly Ultracolor Anthracite. Please feel free to order a sample of the tile to assure the colour is what you require before ordering.
Do you have these with a glazed edge option?
Our advice: The Linear tiles are only available with a manufactured edge, they are not supplied with a finished edge. A common way to not leave an exposed edge is through the use of a tile edging trim.