Here at MyStoneFloor we have a fantastic porcelain range that continues to become increasingly popular with our customers. As more people opt for porcelain for their projects, we love getting to see the stones in situ and hear just how pleased they are with the finished results.
Last Friday, I took a visit to one of our customer’s homes who have just completed renovating their kitchen. They chose our Tiverton White Pearl porcelain for kitchen tiles, so when I was given the chance to photograph the space it was an opportunity not to be missed!
Our Tiverton collection is available in 5 neutral shades, with each tile featuring soft white and grey speckles – adding a subtle depth. These tiles are rectified (mechanically cut for precise edges), creating a clean symmetrical look when laid. Our customer had this tile in one of the larger sizes available – 900x600mm.
There was such a lovely feel to this cottage kitchen, with a wood beam ceiling, a pop of colour from the cabinets and our White Pearl porcelain tiles – each aspect of the room tied harmoniously together. Tiverton White Pearl is a beautifully understated shade and along with the tight grout lines, there is a sleek yet authentic look to the stone.
Porcelain really is a great alternative to limestone if you are after a more consistent finish while still wanting the natural look of stone. We have many customers choosing porcelain and are always excited to share more photos of finished projects from our ranges. Be sure to follow us on all our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz) @mystonefloor to see all our latest posts and photos.
– Rachel and the Quorn Stone team