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Royal Beige Antique Sandstone Floor Tiles


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The Royal Beige Antique Sandstone holds a subtle blend of cream and grey tones. This aged, sand rubbed, polished and brushed stone provides you with an authentic aesthetic often found in prestigious manors and castles.
• This stone has a smooth texture, and embodies unique tones & colours that are enhanced when wet and appear lighter when the slabs are dry.
• The tumbled and brushed finish is great for those who want a more rustic aesthetic with a modern twist in any interior setting.
• To get its stunning appearance, each slab is hand chiselled along with its natural surface and then smoothened through tumbling process. Each tumbled tile is combed with a metallic brush to create a timeless look that complements a spectacular paving arrangement.
• At The Stone Flooring, we select raw materials with great care and attention to detail, and we adhere to incredibly precise processing criteria for each stone that is delivered to you.

SKU

SSBCHT50FL

Color

Ivory

Thickness

20mm

Material

Sandstone

Surface Finish

Tumbled, Brushed

Edge Finish

Hand Cut

Suitable for

Interior Flooring

Calibrated

Yes

Features

Durable, Anti Slip, Easy to clean

Brand

Stone Flooring

Size

500xFLx20mm

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0

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04/20/2022

Client service was good

Staff should mention that the tile color looks different when wet and dry.

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Dominic B.
United Kingdom United Kingdom