- MRP Rs104
- Material: Ceramic,   Digital
- Finish: Glossy Finish
- Type: Wall Tiles
- Size i 300x450 mm
- Suitable for Accent Tiles
We deliver 50% of our orders within 7 days.
What do our customers say...
I highly appreciate your exemplary customer service, you never lost cool and were always polite and professional during interaction with me.
This is not product it's happiness and special thanks to service delivery team for keeping the tabs on it and this is because of you product was delivered.
I would like to appreciate the servicing team nice cooperation from the beginning of our first contact regarding tile purchase & I have already published it to my friends circle to contact Orientbell tiles for tiles.
Very thankful to Orientbell for delivering tiles on time. Their service team was very helpful
It has been great to interact with the service delivery team. Responses were prompt and the help in selection of tiles and delivery was very helpful.
Our recommendation for your drawings
Give us a photograph with measurements or a drawing of your space. Our in-house experts would design your space with tiles and share the same through email.
Orientbell’s Water Cycle tile is one of the popular tiles that are used at schools to make students learn about the beauty of nature. With the help of this unique wall tile, children can get to know about the water cycle. The child is sure to grasp the concept by learning through these one of a kind tiles. This beautiful tile is made up of ceramic material that makes the tile even more strong and durable for years. The glossy finish is an additional feature that adds to the uniqueness of the tile as it gives a shining and smooth surface to it. The smooth and durable surface of the tile makes it easy to clean it just by using a wet mop or cloth. Moreover, the tile doesn’t require any maintenance for years. The water cycle diagram is digitally imprinted on the tile surface to make the whole process look clear and legible. The tile can be laid in multiple patterns to give an eye-catching look to the place. Brick patterns and straight patterns are some of the commonly used laying patterns that can be used.
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