> Authentic, Mediterranean-style design
> Realistic encaustic patterns and faux distress lines replicate genuine Iberian tile style
> Hardwearing porcelain construction
> Randomised pattern combinations make for aesthetic variety
> Suitable for walls and floors
R9 - Best used in dry indoor areas: Bathrooms*, kitchens*, hallways*, living rooms, bedrooms and studies.
Generally, smooth surface gloss or matt tiles which can produce a slip hazard when wet, as a shoe may slide over the tiles*Suitable matting should be in place to absorb water splashes etc
R10 - Best used in indoor or outdoor areas where there may be minimal wetting remaining on the surface: Bathrooms, kitchens, hallways, food courts, and commercial areas with external entrances.
The tile surface will generally be a textured matt glaze, sometimes with a slight surface structure, designed to prevent shoes from sliding over their surface.
R11 - Best used in areas which may be subject to heavy wetting of the surface: Wetrooms, exposed balconies, patios.
The tile surface will usually be a heavier textured matt glaze, sometimes with a slight surface structure, designed to prevent shoes from sliding over their surface. Designed for both indoor and outdoor areas, where there can also be the presence of other surface contaminants, such as liquid soaps and leaf debris.
R12 - Best used in areas which may be subject to heavy wetting of the surface: Wetrooms, exposed balconies, patios, swimming pool surrounds, factory production lines, vehicle inspection pits
The tile surface will often have deep recesses to drain water and other liquid contaminants from the raised surface areas.
R13 - Best used in areas which may be subject to heavy wetting of the surface combined with other contaminants, steps or ramps: Commercial swimming pool and spa surrounds, Factory production lines, vehicle inspection pits
The tile surface will have very deep recesses to drain water and other liquid contaminants, such as oils from the raised surface areas and are designed for commercial areas including industrial process areas where there is dangerous equipment present
Donna Pink 10/06/23
Sian Johnson 02/05/23
Fiona Damp 23/11/22
Catherine Bacon 10/11/22
Would it be possible for you to cut the tiles into their individual squares before delivery.
Our advice: Unfortunately we do not offer a cutting service.
I have under floor heating can they be used?
Our advice: Yes, these tiles would be compatible with underfloor heating.
i like the idea of putting the plain tile on the top half of the room with the delft pattern on the lower half like in your picture. is there any kind of border tile to demark the two or would you just do it as per your picture? thanks
Our advice: Unfortunately, we do not stock a border tile that would be suitable.
Can I use these behind a log burner? Next to a fire?
Our advice: These tiles would be suitable, provided they do not exceed 90 degrees.
Christine Usher 07/08/22
I would like to put these tiles on an outside wall. What adhesive and grout would I need, also any other useful information that might help me please
Our advice: These tiles should be installed with Keraflex Maxi S1 Grey Slow Setting Adhesive 20kg SKU: 1202620 and grouted with Ultracolor Manhattan (Light Grey) 110 Flexible Grout 5kg SKU: 6011005A. It is paramount that installation is sound as if any water penetrates behind the project this will cause the tiles to come loose.
Hello, I'm thinking of using these porcelain skyros delft blue tiles to tile my conservatory. It's a suspended floor with a NoMorePly cement based backer board on top. Can you advise me what tile adhesive to use please for these tiles? NoMorePly just recommends a single part flexible tile adhesive but I'm not sure what's best. And whether it should be S1 or the more flexible S2 type adhesive. Many Thanks
Our advice: Our Keraflex Maxi S1 Grey Slow Setting Adhesive 20kg SKU: 1202620 would be more than suitable for your project.
Can these tiles be used on an outdoor wall
Our advice: Yes. Please contact us for more information in regards to installing them correctly.