Norway tiles mix fashionable wood and porcelain
CRAVEN DUNNILL’s new Norway range of porcelain tiles is said to offer a fresh take on the ever-popular wood look. The planks are 840mm x 218mm and the surface texture is lightly grained. The wood grain reportedly appears random and natural across the four colour options, which include a silver/white and dark grey.
The glazed Norway tiles are available in a natural finish for internal use and a grip finish for external locations, creating a continuous floor from inside to out. Both finishes are claimed to be resistant to staining and water, which are key requirements for most home owners. Craven Dunnill says this means the Norway porcelain tile range is suited to both walls and floors, in all locations, including bathrooms and kitchens.
Norway meets the ISO 13006 UNE EN 14411 standard.
It is offered in either natural or a slip resistant grip finish.
The natural finish has a R10 rating for internal dry applications and the external grip finish achieves R11 slip resistance Class 3. The glazed tile surface meets PEI Class 5, reportedly delivering low water absorption, good abrasion resistance and high stain resistance.
Norway is offered in four wood-look colours: White, Grey, Natural and Noce, and one plank size: 840x218mm.
Norway is one of several ranges recently introduced into Craven Dunnill’s Renaissance Collection.
ABOVE: The Norway range by Craven Dunnill combines porcelain with a wood aesthetic