Porcelain and glass tiles for universal use

Ever since people realized that tiles are great to cover up the floor and even walls of the house they started using them as a standard material for bathrooms and even kitchens. The reason was that tiles helped protect the walls and floor since humidity is a big problem in every bathroom and they were also easy to keep clean.

Like most ideas and inventions, the tiles have evolved and changed over the years. Nowadays we have a large variety of materials used to produce tiles. One very interesting combination is that of porcelain and glass. This is exactly what Basic bu Sicis uses in order to produce this very beautiful collection of tiles. They are great for the bathroom, even for the kitchen even though they are not recommended for the kitchen floors and they can also be used in other areas as well like the balcony for example or any other place that might benefit from this materials.

These particular tiles come in a variety of colors, more exactly 12 color tones that can be combined in any way you want. Furthermore, there are available more than fifty formats in terms of patterns and decorative motifs that can be created. The tiles are great for both indoor and outdoor use. They are easy to maintain and to clean and they are a simple way of expressing one’s personality and preferences and to make them visible to the others.



Published by in Interiors, on August 11th, 2011

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