Porcelain tiles and slabs are increasingly becoming the ultimate choice for luxurious interior spaces, while prioritising the well-being of everyone involved in manufacturing, installation, and end-user experience.
With the current media focus on the negative health impact around the fabrication process of quartz countertops due to the presence of chemical dust, porcelain offers a viable and safe alternative.

1. High Durability

There are many advantages to using porcelain tiles and slabs for manufacturing in kitchens, bathrooms and other interior projects. Almost 30% stronger than granite, porcelain is a highly durable material that withstands wear and tear in the busiest of spaces. From hard-working kitchens to family bathrooms and even high-traffic public spaces, porcelain is scratch and stain-resistant and requires minimal maintenance to keep looking as good as new.

A popular choice for kitchen worktops, outdoor BBQ & bar tabletops and bathroom countertops, porcelain is heat-resistant and virtually impervious to water, so pots and pans can be handled with confidence, and splashes and spillages simply wiped clean away. Porcelain remains unaffected by heat over time, unlike quartz, which can change colour when subjected to very high temperatures.

The quality of compound quartz can fluctuate depending on the manufacturer and the percentage of resins and pigments used in ratio to the quartz. To guarantee consistent quality, our porcelain is sourced from reputable European brands who use natural materials that undergo rigorous industrial processes to ensure superb technical characteristics.

2. Easy to Maintain

In addition to being easy to clean due to its non-porous and stain-resistant nature, porcelain does not need to be sealed. While it can be chosen in the style of natural stones, including granite and marble, preserving the look of porcelain is straightforward and low maintenance. These attributes contribute to its hygienic properties, as it absorbs less water, reducing the likelihood of bacterial growth – perfect for high-humid spaces such as a bathroom, steam room or pool area.

3. UV Light and Weather Resistant

The popularity of porcelain slabs and tiles is growing at pace with the trend towards inside-outside spaces. Thanks to its UV-resistant properties, the material will not discolour – even with prolonged exposure to sunlight. This makes porcelain an excellent choice for creating a seamless flow and continuity in open-plan rooms and when interconnecting interiors with exterior spaces.

4. Ample Style Choice

Porcelain offers a host of style options, with a variety of patterns and colours available. Opt for a solid colour or surface that mimics natural stone like marble, including options for bookmatching and through-body veining. Or, for a more industrial style, you can seek out a minimalistic cement or metal oxide look. Our full range provides flexibility for a variety of applications, with options available in different finishes including matte, polished, and satin, and various anti-slip ratings.

Due to its lightweight nature when compared to heavy quartz, porcelain also provides easy installation options, with large slab format tiles being a popular surface option over large areas like kitchen islands, floors, and feature walls, creating a seam-free and streamlined appearance. Porcelain slabs offer flexibility in thickness with options such as 6mm, 12mm, and 20mm, catering to different applications.

5. A Sustainable Solution

Porcelain is a conscientious choice for the health of the manufacturer, installer, end-user and our planet. Made of natural raw clay and minerals, porcelain is recyclable, rendering it an environmentally friendly choice that is made to last a lifetime.

A low-emission material, porcelain is inherently free from toxic substances such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ensuring a clean and safe environment for home, hospitality, commercial, institutional spaces and beyond.