You’ll Love Watching These Fabric Look Porcelain Tiles

Digital Tweed offers a unique blend of fabric and porcelain. Its textile qualities creates striking graphic effects and ceramic textures.

Digital Tweed offers a unique blend of fabric and porcelain. Its textile qualities create striking graphics effects and ceramic textures.

Made from Italy, this beautiful porcelain tile blends the comfort of a woven fabric with the modern patchwork and muted colors. The elegant colours grab everyone's attention.

Colour- Beige, Grey, Ivory, Jeans, Smoke and Walnut.

Sizes- 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm; 60x60 cm Rainbow accent and Patchwork accent.

Pictured- Digital Tweed Jeans, 30x60 cm,

Rainbow 60x60 cm accent


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