A stone porcelain tile fits perfectly into a design that craves a fluid open plan living environment which brings the outside, in. With its variation in tone across a grey, beige and black spectrum the porcelain slabs also represent a variety of stone cuts. From those that are rich in detail, to those that are modestly contemporary which share very little.
Adopting a darker variety will make an interior space stand out and give the room plenty of grounding. Whilst a lighter shade can project infinite space, especially when the porcelain is welcomed outdoors to a patio setting.
Feature walls, bathrooms and kitchen splash-backs also benefit from the stone as a symbol of minimalism or rustic appeal.