Porcelain slabs are large, thin, and durable tiles made of porcelain. They are typically rectangular in shape, and are often used as a surface material for countertops, walls, floors, and other architectural elements in residential and commercial spaces.
Porcelain slabs are made from a mixture of clay, feldspar, kaolin, and other natural materials that are fired at extremely high temperatures to produce a dense and strong ceramic material. They are known for their durability, resistance to staining, scratch resistance, and low maintenance requirements.
One of the benefits of porcelain slabs is their size. They come in large formats, often measuring up to 10 feet in length and 5 feet in width, which means fewer seams and a more seamless appearance when used on a large surface. Additionally, porcelain slabs come in a wide range of colors and designs, including ones that mimic the appearance of natural stone, wood, and concrete, making them a versatile option for various design styles.
STONE GOLDEN YARN
STONE LACQUER WEAVE
STONE CEMENT GREY
STONE BALTIC SEA
STONE OCEAN STAR
STONE SILVER DRAGON