GVT is known as Glazed Vitrified Tiles or Digital Glazed Vitrified Tiles that score high on aesthetics, and are functional to a whole new level. They are available in a wide array of designs, textures, and patterns. And if you thought that was all, then you could also go for different kinds of finishes, based on your preference. This is possible when you go for glazed vitrified tiles from the house of Orientbell. Their range of tiles is available in matte, rustic, sugar and lapato finishes that make them ideal for all kinds of areas. Moreover, they are available in designs that resemble stone, wooden, bamboo or even slate.
Looks are not the only priority, because these glazed vitrified tiles are also resistant to scratches and stains, and are pretty easy to clean. What’s more, they are not as porous too, making them perfect for areas such as bathrooms and kitchens too.
The best part about the digital glazed vitrified tiles is that you can personalise it well, as per your taste. Since your spaces are an extension of your personality, there’s nothing better than these tiles to do justice to them!
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When you decorate your spaces, there’s nothing better than using tiles for adornment. It could be both homes or offices, and when you decide to do them up, don’t think beyond the glazed vitrified tiles from Orientbell. In case you want to add style and sophistication to your spaces, then these glazed vitrified tiles must be your first choice. These tiles come with a glazed layer on top that allows any design to be printed on it digitally. You might want a more modern or contemporary look, or you could prefer a more natural and rustic look, whatever be your choice, you could go for glazed vitrified tiles that fit all kinds of taste and preferences. Any kind of design can be imprinted on GVT tiles and make your spaces stand out like no other. You could also be creative, and mix and match patterns and styles to create an outstanding look at your home or office.
You may wonder how these tiles are manufactured right? Here’s how - a glazed layer is added on top of vitrified tiles, and this is generally 1 mm thick. Because of this glazed layer, various designs can be imprinted on it digitally using an inkjet printer of high quality. They are not just great to add aesthetic value to your spaces, but these glazed vitrified tiles are also strong and durable and will stay with you for a long, long time. As they say, very few things are perfect in life, but what do we say? We managed to tick all the right boxes with this one!
What’s more, these GVT tiles are also affordable and work for all kinds of budgets. This truly is an icing on the cake!
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions
What are glazed vitrified tiles?
As explained earlier, these tiles are those in which a glazed layer is added over vitrified tiles. It is this glazed layer that permits any kind of design to be imprinted on top of the tile. These are available in all kinds of patterns, designs and styles that give the look you desire, be it slate, stone or wooden appearance. You could install GVT flooring on floors to enhance the look of your spaces, and enjoy its various benefits too. Apart from looking great, they also are strong and durable, and stay with you for a long time. What’s more, they are also offered in a range of finishes, such as matte, rustic, sugar and lapato.
What is the difference between glazed and polished vitrified tiles?
The way to manufacture between glazed and polished vitrified tiles is almost the same. There is only a slight difference between the two, the top layer is polished in a way to make it more shiny. Even if they look so great, they are also resistant to scratches and require low maintenance.
Are glazed vitrified tiles slippery?
Yes, they are a little slippery, especially when wet. But you could always go for anti-skid tiles, so that your spaces always stay protected, especially if you have kids and elders at home.