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The Tile Depot's Fastest Ever Selling Tile

Some tile designs really hit the mark and the new LAPIS collection has broken all previous tile collection records within the Tile Depot. In under four weeks from landing in NZ, the LAPIS 600 x 600mm in white completely sold out. Proving popular nationwide, the LAPIS White became the fastest selling tile the Tile Depot has ever had with the other colourways also proving popular.

A new glazed porcelain collection inspired by natural travertine marble, LAPIS captures the tonal variation and patterning in a beautiful interpretation. A vein cut design available in four creamy colourways; white, silver, gold and noce — each with eight randomly supplied tile faces that further enhance the realistic design of this tile. Each colourway has a warm and gentle character that really captures the essence and elegance of authentic travertine.

Designed for residential use, LAPIS is suitable for both floors and walls. It’s a beautiful option when tiled floor to ceiling, creating a sense of luxury in a timeless aesthetic.

Flying in the face of trending bold colourways, handmade effect tiles and the re-emergence of terracotta, LAPIS is a chic, subdued, rectified travertine stone design that can be paired with many of these bolder tile formats or used on its own for a more classic effect. With a great price point and universal colourways, LAPIS 600 x 600mm collection is well worth a closer look.

For more information contact The Tile Depot.

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