Whether rugged and traditional or sleek and polished, our stone effect tiles combine the practicality of porcelain with a textural, natural aesthetic. Hardwearing and innovative, porcelain tiles require no sealing or maintenance, and are perfect for high-traffic areas such as kitchens, entrance halls and corridors. Matt, high-grip options also make these a great choice for stone effect bathroom tiles, and for wet rooms and boot rooms, too. Thanks to the latest digital technology, our porcelain alternatives to natural stone tiles come incredibly close to the real thing. For stone effect floor tiles that radiate character, choose a rugged design such as Hendre, which draws inspiration from Provençal floors and delivers convincing texture and shade variation. If you’re leaning towards something with aged feel, try a porcelain tile with a deliberately distressed edge, like our Wexford collection.
For statement stone-effect wall tiles, consider a chevron pattern. A dark and dramatic chevron tile such as our Fusion matt black design – which fuses the beauty of worn limestone, marble and granite – will make even more of an impact. These eye-catching tiles have also been designed with subtle imperfections for added authenticity. If you love the idea of a dark stone-effect tile, our Flint range in black might also fit the bill. These charcoal-coloured tiles closely mimic the surface of natural slate with their rough-hewn appearance.
At the opposite end of the shade spectrum, we have a wealth of light-enhancing tiles available, including Lumi, a stone-inspired design in a soft yet brightening ivory colour. Lumi, like many of our collections, is available in two different thicknesses, which means it can be used both inside and out. We love the how this application can make a garden feel like a seamless extension of an interior. Porcelain’s innate qualities make it an ideal choice for outdoor spaces, and with clever features, such as rustic tumbled edges, it can look time-worn and textural as natural stone. Some of our outdoor porcelain tiles, like Trulli, for example, come in a variety of different sizes, so you can play with formats when laying. Subtle touches like these can really make a difference when it comes to emulating the appearance of a real stone floor.