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    Marble Tiles

    Looking for a regal and opulent option for replacing marble on your floors? Marble Tiles from Orientbell Tiles are the best option that are durable, rich-looking and maintenance free too.  Made using vitrified, ceramic, and porcelain materials, these marble tiles from Orientbell Tiles are available in a number of sizes such as 600x600mm, 300x300mm, 800x1200mm, etc. These tiles can be used in both residential and commercial spaces on both floors and walls.

     

    They can add a royal and luxurious feel to any space they are installed in. With a lower porosity and maintenance than their natural counterparts, these marble tiles are hassle-free – just install them and forget them! These marble tiles are available in a number of finishes, such as glossy, matte, satin matte, rocker, carving, etc. and can be used in living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, boutiques, showrooms, cafes, restaurants, on stairs, and practically any other space you can think of. PCG Calcutta Gold Marble, PCG Onyx River, PCG Bottochino Light, PCG Gold Siena Light, and PCG Onyx Multi are some of the most popular marble tiles at Orientbell Tiles.

    Popular Marble Tiles Designs

    • Red
    • Ceramic

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    Marble Tiles for Kitchen Tiles
    Size 300x450 mm ft

    Marble Tiles Size

    Marble Tiles Size

    Size in MM

    Large Marble Tiles

    1200x1800mm

    1000x1000mm

    800x2400mm

    800x1600mm

    800x1200mm

    800x800mm

    600x1200mm

    Regular Marble Tiles

    600x600mm

    300x600mm

    300x450mm

    395x395mm

    Small Marble Tiles

    300x300mm

    250x375mm

    200x300mm

    Plank Marble Tiles

    300x1200mm

    200x1200mm

    Marble Tiles Price

    Tile Type

    Minimum Price

    Maximum Price

    Marble Tiles Price

    Rs. 35 per sq. feet

    Rs. 231 per sq. feet

    Marble Tiles Showcase Gallery

    Add a look of royalty and luxury to your space with the PCG Calcutta Gold Marble tile. The stunning tile has gold veins running through it, giving it a royal look. Pair it with beige or gold tiles for a more pronounced look or use it as is for a subtle glimmer.

    The stunning PCG Onyx River has touches of grey, blue, and beige in it and its distinct design replicates the look of a flowing river. This 600x600mm tile can be used in residential and commercial spaces and its glossy finish will help add a gleam to any space they are added to!

    Natural blue marble is quite rare, making the PGVT Onyx Blue tile a lot more special. The icy blue shade, paired with the striking vein pattern creates an illusion of walking on a glacier! Blue helps add a sense of calmness to any space, making this tile a great choice for bedrooms, study rooms, dining rooms, banquet or meeting halls, etc. Pair it with white for a classic look.

    Give your space a regal and opulent look with the PGVT Fog Onyx Beige tile. Ideal for use on both floors and walls, this neutral tile works well with both light and dark colour schemes. Use on the floor and wall for a seamless look that creates an illusion of more space.

    Differences between Marble Tiles and Marble

    1. Uniform look: Marble slabs have naturally formed veins and no two slabs can be alike. Marble tiles, on the other hand, are manufactured in a factory and the same type of marble tiles have the same design imprinted, giving you a uniform look throughout.

    2. Durability: Marble tiles are manufactured using materials such as vitrified, ceramic, and porcelain. These materials have low porosity and absorb minimal water, increasing the life of your tiles. Natural marble is highly porous and if not sealed well they can be prone to water damage.

    3. Ease of maintenance: Marble tiles do not require additional maintenance processes such as sealing or polishing. Marble also reacts easily with acidic substances and can get stained easily if care is not taken, but with tiles you do not need to worry.

    4. Pricing: Natural marble is difficult to source and hence not always economical. Tiles however, are available in various price options. 

    5. Design and colour: While certain designs and colours may not be available in India easily, with marble tiles you can easily find the design and colour of your choice with ease, without burning a hole through your wallet.

    FAQs

    • 1. Which is better marble or tile?
      • Tiles are a lot better than natural marble slabs as they are easier on the pocket, easy to clean and maintain, water resistant, can’t be easily stained, are more eco-friendly, and are available in a wide variety of colours and designs for you to choose from.
    • 2. Do marble tiles crack easily?
      • Marble tiles are manufactured using the latest technology and materials such as vitrified, ceramic, and porcelain. If installed properly and handled well, these tiles will last you for a long time without cracking.
    • 3. Are marble tiles waterproof?
      • While marble tiles manufactured using ceramic, vitrified, and porcelain materials do contain some pores, these tiles have very low porosity and absorb very little water, making them water –resistant, but not waterproof.
    • 4. Is marble tile high maintenance?
      • No, marble tiles are not high maintenance – rather apart from regular cleaning they require no extra maintenance procedures at all!
    • 5. Are marble tiles slippery in bathroom?
      • While a polished marble can be slippery, matte, satin matte and rocker finish marble tiles have a rough surface and provide you with better grip and are not slippery, even when wet.

    Tile Visualiser - TriaLook

    Choosing tiles need not be an arduous task anymore with TriaLook. Simply upload a picture of your space and select the tile(s) of your choice – the tool will provide you with a realistic image of your space with the tiles of your choice installed in them. The tool can be accessed via the desktop or mobile site for free.

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