Case study: Barn conversion featuring our Lias Beige porcelain
Our Lias Beige porcelain tiles have been used throughout much of the downstairs of this contemporary barn conversion in the Somerset countryside.
Part of our Heritage porcelain collection, the Lias Beige tiles create warmth throughout the expansive space which includes a kitchen diner, utility area and entrance hall.
Designed to mimic the appearance of natural stone, these tiles are highly versatile and also hard-wearing – perfect for a home in the country where muddy boots (and paws) along with the comings and goings of a busy family are no test for such an easily-maintained floor.
Contrasting beautifully against the off-white and teal kitchen units, the beige tones also complement the wooden island worktop to create a contemporary yet traditional finish.
All the tiles in our Heritage porcelain collection were chosen to complement our natural English stones and are available in polished, natural and non-slip finishes. They are also all suitable for floors and walls, inside and outside. They feature rectified, straight edges and are frost and chemical resistant. Sizes available include 60x90cm and 60x60cm.
The range features five tones ranging from beige through to grey and dark blue/grey.
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