Refined Rectangular Tiles - Subtle Texture with Matt Speckled Glaze - ENA8BE


R 6,500 /m2
0 sqm in stock

Please note: This is a limited edition.

If we do not have enough of this item available, please email us your specifications for a custom quotation. And if needs be, highlight the elements you prefer, or wish to alter, of this item/ these items to aid us quoting more precisely.

Code: ENA8BE 2C
Sold per square meter
Unit is one square meter (First image/s visualise 1sqm layout possibilities)
Approximate Size: L(280-290)xW(47-50)xH(10)mm
Coverage: 66 Pieces per square meter (26Kg)
Colour Detail: Hand-dipped in a off-white matt glaze.
Installation: This surface has been curated to suit the character of the individual pieces. Refer to these images when installing.

Note: You will receive the same or a similar blend as the photographed images displayed. (Wabi-Sabi editions can be customized with your specifications.)


Description: Elevate your space with our refined rectangular tiles, where a gentle texture meets a matt speckled glaze. These tiles strike the perfect balance, offering a touch of elegance and intrigue without overwhelming your design. The soft speckled finish adds depth and character to your walls or floors, creating a unique and inviting ambiance. Explore the subtle charm of these tiles and transform your space with understated sophistication. Ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, living rooms, and more.

Note: This surface is a Wabi-Sabi edition: Wabi-sabi is the view or thought of finding beauty in every aspect of imperfection in nature. It is about the aesthetic of things in existence, that is “imperfect”.

Wabi-Sabi embraces the inherent characteristics of handcrafted ceramic products like the inherent defects & characteristics, - for example: size, shape, colour, and shade variations, cracks, crazing, bowing and lateral deformation, as well as size and colour differences, and irregular grout lines.

Texture plays with the light and shadows resulting in a harmonious installation.

Light & Shadow: The effect of directional light sources and/or changes of daylight/sun will create changing shadows and ambiance.”

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