The pale grey line and the chalky white background of Savill is perfect for a modern or Scandi-style interior. You can create a crisscross shape or a zig-zag pattern. Perfect for walls and floors, and extremely hard-wearing and durable.
£86.00 /m² + VAT
- Additional Information
- Technical Information
- Porcelain, Ceramic & Encaustic Fitting Guidelines
- Finishing Touches
- Maintain your Floor
Please note: Cut samples not available, whole tile purchases only, please contact us if samples are required.
Savill are non-rectified encaustic tiles.
Lead time 2 to 3 weeks.
We recommend when ordering to include 10-15% for wastage and cuts.
Non-rectified and rectified
Non-rectified porcelain, ceramic or encaustic tiles are cut to size prior to the firing process. The firing process then causes a degree of shrinkage and warping. These tiles are graded after firing but do not undergo any additional cutting. Because of this, greater variation in size (usually a matter of 1-2mm difference) between tiles should be expected compared with a rectified tile. Rectified tiles are cut to size after the firing process and so are much more precisely sized and have perfect 90 degree corners. When designing the tile layout consideration should be given as to whether tiles are rectified or non-rectified as this will have an influence on joint width and pattern.
|Suitable for internal walls (including wet areas)|
|Suitable for internal floors|
|Suitable for use with underfloor heating|
|Suitable for external use|
|Country of Origin||Italy|
|Slip Rating (PSV)||Dry 63 Wet 39|
|Straight Edge Finish|
|Suitable for light-traffic areas e.g. Residential|
|Suitable for medium-traffic areas e.g. Residential & Commercial|
|Suitable for high-traffic areas e.g. Residential & Commercial|
Porcelain, Ceramic & Encaustic Fitting Guidelines
For information about preparation and installation of our porcelain, ceramic and encaustic tiles, see our Porcelain, Ceramic & Encaustic Fitting Guidelines.
We supply an extensive range of standard and customised finishing touches for your floor, including transitions and floor protection. For information, see Finishing Touches.
Maintain your Floor
For information on how to care for your floor, see Maintain your Floor.