Book Match Tiles
When two marble slabs are placed face to face, book-match tiles are produced that resemble an open book. Due to the use of the mirror image technique, the finished product is reminiscent of an open book, hence the name "book-matched tiles." There are various sizes of book-match tiles, including 400x400 mm, 600x600 mm, and 600x1200 mm.
Book Match Tiles Have an Eye-Catching, Plush Appearance
Simpolo Tiles has a special selection of book-matched tiles. In this design, two tiles are arranged next to one another to give the appearance of an open book. Marble and porcelain are the most widely used book-matched tiles.
They typically look fantastic in spacious areas like hallways because the size helps the look come together. The classy patterns of book-match tiles can improve the overall appearance of any area.
These book-matched tiles have a lot of versatility because they can be used on walls and floors. With these tiles, you can express your creativity in both indoor and outdoor spaces. However, book-matched marble and porcelain tiles are perfect for opulent office buildings and luxury residential projects. The wider and bigger appearance that this method of arranging tiles gives off a chic and modern look. Even accent walls can be made with book-matched tiles.
Book-matched tiles, like all other Simpolo Tiles products, are simple to clean, allowing you to conveniently maintain the opulent appearance with little effort.
A variety of patterns, including basket weave, brick, straight, and Versailles, can be used when laying book-matched tiles. With their original concept, they can add interest to even the most basic of spaces.
What Characteristics Do Tiles That Match Books Have?
Any environment can benefit from the use of book-matched tiles on both the walls and the floors. They can be applied to both indoor and outdoor settings. They have a sophisticated appearance and give the decor a modern touch.
For opulent office buildings and luxury residential projects, book-matching tiles are perfect. The living room, bathroom, and kitchen all feature book-matching tiles in homes with contemporary designs.
These tiles feature a variety of uniform patterns that give the impression that they are wider and bigger.