Sample NASHVILLE 7×28 by Ecoceramic. Porcelain wall tile for imitation solid brick walls with matt finish.
Colors: TOPO, RUST, OCRE and ROJO
Sample NASHVILLE 7×28 by Ecoceramic is a wall tile that mimics solid clay bricks from the early 19th century.
It is the ideal solution to imitate old brick walls, neglecting any specific maintenance.
We see many interior designs of industrial and retro or vintage look where a master wall or solid brick pillar is exposed. Well, this tile imitates it perfectly.
The surface is slightly rough and matt and next to the colors so successful, the effects are spectacular once installed.
We can also use it on exterior walls if no problem, since being porcelain does not affect the weather and frost.
Ecoceramic has adapted the printing techniques with high-result designs that achieve spectacular imitation realism.
These very realistic techniques, copy even the defects of the original parts and are able to print them making them seem even more real.
This format has different variations in the design so that it is impossible to find the repetition
Sample NASHVILLE 7×28 by Ecoceramic is manufactured on top quality porcelain tiles. This deployment of media in the design is accompanied by the best material.
This series is designed for cladding interior and exterior walls. The porcelain supports everything.
The high pressure procedures in the manufacture of porcelain make it a super material due to its strength and hardness.
It can also be installed outdoors because it does not absorb water and does not affect freezing or high temperatures.
It also supports all household cleaning chemicals without problems.
All these features allow us to install this series in any part of the house, kitchens, bathrooms, and rooms, and in public places of high requirements for materials
You can found the complete series or buy samples by clicking HERE
This item is shipped in 7 business days from Spain.
To calculate the boxes, divide the square meters of surface between those in each box and add 10% for the cuts.
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