Stone is one of the most sought-after materials for styling a home. Despite its lavish appeal, the stone can be time-consuming and costly to maintain. Luckily for home renovators and builders, there’s an alternative that looks just like the real thing but is easier to install, simple to look after and doesn’t come with the luxury price tag. The concept is called stone-look tiles and thanks to continuous advances in technology, porcelain tiles that look like stone are indistinguishable from natural stone.
Unlike its natural counterpart, porcelain stone look tiles are lighter, reducing the hassle and initial cost of transport. They don’t need to be resealed on a regular basis, yet they’re just as hard-wearing and durable, designed to go the distance no matter your lifestyle.
At Stone & Tile Studio, we have a large selection of tiles that look like stone on display at our Brisbane tile showroom. Take a look at what’s on offer.
This range embodies the natural surface and qualities of stone. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor, Stonetalk’s anti-slip qualities lend perfectly to areas where safety might be an issue such as the pool or in the bathroom. This range also lends itself beautifully to the interior and exterior walls, making it the perfect tile to create an even flow throughout the home and in large-scale building applications.
Dreaming of a marble-inspired look? Our Genus Home range stems from the desire to not only reproduce an existing stone but be inspired for contemporary living. Colours featured in this range include Nero, Beige & White. Available in 2 sizes and 2 finishes it can be applied in external and internal settings.
Using revolutionary technology, our Stone Project Range doesn’t just copy the “stone look” but ensures the best technical response to create genuine patterns and flow, making it suitable for residential homes right through to modern office buildings. This range comes in four colours – white, grey, gold and black – and two unique cuts to provide a range of stunning textile finishes. This range is popular for creating stone look tile bathrooms, columns on buildings and as wall cladding.