Lara Rosa
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About Lara Rosa

Add grace and elegance to your home with Lara Rosa tiles from Orientbell. The glossy finish and neutral hue of these tiles will make your space look spacious and brighter. These tiles are highly versatile and can be styled in different ways. If minimalism is what you prefer, you can lay these tiles as it is on the floors and walls of your living rooms, kitchen, or bathrooms. But if that is too boring for you, you can club these beautiful tiles with other tiles with darker hues and colorful patterns to add a dash of oomph and style in your home. They are durable, low-maintenance, scratch-resistant, and easy to clean. Lara Rosa is a type of double charge vitrified tiles and can withstand heavy foot traffics and wear and tear. Hence, they are widely used in the busiest commercial spaces like restaurants, banks, hospitals, and corporate sectors as well. Install Lara Rosa tiles from Orientbell and make your home or offices look brighter and more beautiful.

Other Details
Tiles per Box 4
Number of Faces 1
FactoryWest Zone
Recommended Laying Pattern Straight Pattern, Versailles Pattern
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Lara Rosa

We recommend accounting for an additional 10% wastage due to any accidental damage that might occur or when tiles have to be cut around the edges of the room.

Wall Floor
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Wall 1

tip-icon If there are large obstructions in the wall such as doors and windows, multiply the width by the height of the obstruction then subtract that from the total area you need to tile.

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