30×30 Castrovillari Semi-Polished
Semi Polished Porcelain Tile Castrovillari White comes in a very light cream color with white undertones. Its subtle design has some movements at the edges. However, the low contrast feature of the design eliminates the movements. This tile has one of the most popular cement look styles with its look that mimics drying cement on the floors. 30×30 Rectified porcelain tile from Spain.
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|Dimensions||30 × 30 in|
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B1a Dry Pressed Porcelain Tile with E≤0.5
Glazed / Semi Polished
30" x 30"
3 Pieces Per Box, 30 Boxes Per Palette
Semi Polished Porcelain Tile Castrovillari White comes in a very light cream color with white undertones. Its design gives the effect of the newly finished cement floors that are about to dry. Whereas such effect is distinguished with some movements around the edges, Castrovillari’s low contrast colors offer a subtle look.
Extremely Durable Semi-Polished Porcelain Tile
What makes porcelain more durable than ceramic is its lower water absorption. Ceramic tiles with water absorption below 0.5 (E≤0.5) are those we call porcelain tiles. Whereas E≤0.5 is the standard, Castrovillari comes with a water absorbency ≤0.1 (E≤0.1). It’s one of the strongest and more durable porcelain tiles in the market. Besides It’s available in 30″x30″ large format size with rectified edges for minimum grout lines and seamless look for your floors.
Today, cement look porcelain tiles are 3rd most popular ones among all modern porcelain tile styles. They come right after the marble look porcelain tiles. They are especially very popular among the design community.
Along with its extremely dense porcelain body and its beautiful design, Castrovillari White is available with the semi-polished finish which is also called Lapato. Such finish offers all the cons of the matte glaze while still creating some shine. Moreover, a porcelain tile that is as dense as Castrovillari White is also an excellent choice for commercial spaces.
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