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Orientbell Tiles launches a new range of plank tiles

The range imbibes all the benefits of vitrified tiles with the aesthetic features of wood

Orientbell Tiles has launched its new range of planks. Being a socially conscious company, Orientbell Tiles takes inspiration from nature and captures its beauty in their sustainable and eco-friendly products. In this range, they have introduced 11 high-quality, nature-inspired designs that highlight both walls and floors.

Orientbell Tiles’ latest range of planks (195 mm x 1200 mm) is very versatile and takes inspiration from the best that nature has to offer. The range represents an ideal, durable solution for all earthy interior enthusiasts, who desire the aesthetic appearance of wood without compromising on the functional benefits of a tile.

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Being an extension of the Inspire series, the range imbibes all the benefits of vitrified tiles with the aesthetic features of wood – its veins and its warm colours. High resolution 430 dpi 8 colour printers help capture the inherent beauty of different types of wood, from the classics to the contemporary, making it an affordable replacement of wooden planks. The vitrified range offers various benefits over wooden planks such as scratch and scuff resistance, no creaking noise on walking, easy-to-clean and maintain, and resists stains, acid and alkalis. The range also has low water absorption, and can withstand frost and weathering.

The new collection has deeper colours like Chestnut Oak Wood, Veneer Teak Wood and Pacific Pine Wood Brown as well as lighter shades like Lumber White Ash Wood and Birch Wood Crema. They can be used for the floors as well as the walls; be it the bar cabinet or a feature wall or a backsplash for the TV unit.



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