Jerusalem Desert Creme Limestone - Brushed

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The golden creamy coloured nature of these tiles makes them ideal for almost any project. The brushed finish gives them a relaxed look that can add value to any wall or floor. You'll hardly notice the slight veining as it merges the textured surface finish. Overall the tiles are quite consistent in the colouring and variation. Being hard wearing, you can use them just about anywhere.

Brushed simply means a semi-polished, semi-honed textured finish created by circular brushing motions.
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    £28.99  
    £0.00  
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* Prices are per m2 and inclusive of VAT.
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Overall Rating 5 (2 Reviews)

Our floor looks amazing, thank you.
By - 03/12/2016
We visited the showroom to get ideas and as soon as we saw these tiles we know that they were what we were looking for Amazing tiles, great final effect and most importantly in a very good price
By - 03/11/2016
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Questions
Q : Hi, do you have stock left of the Jerusalem Desert Creme Limestone - Brushed 400 x 600 x 12 mm tiles? I ordered 65 sq m last year but as we install them, I'm wondering if I ordered enough Thanks.
By Yih-Miin - 13/04/2018
A : Dear Yih-Miin,

Thank you very much for your question.
We do still have some tiles of the Jerusalem Desert Creme Limestone Brushed but the tiles won't be from the same batch.
We can send you a few samples or a picture of our current stock so that you can compare.

Also, please advised where you are based and I will check how far you are from the warehouse that the stock is kept.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Stone Deals - 13/04/2018
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