Grey is a very fashionable colour right now, and not just because of 50 Shades (though the popularity of those books may well have helped!) Grey items have a simple, neutral beauty that allows them to fit practically any design scheme, and whether you're shopping for furniture, clothing, or something else entirely, grey has a stylish appeal that works well right across the board.
We're big fans of grey here at PrimaPorcelain, so it shouldn't surprise you to learn that we have a variety of grey porcelain tiles
for our customers to choose from. Here are a selection of our favourites - to browse our full range, head over to the PrimaPorcelain Product Selector
Here's a room that's really embraced the appeal of grey! Our smooth Stoneware Pebble tiles look fantastic alongside the other elements of this magnificently modern interior.
These grey wood-effect porcelain tiles are perfect for an elegant, monochromatic interior design like the one in this photograph.
Grey porcelain tiles can also have an attractive stone-effect texture, as our Burlington Lead design demonstrates. Perfect for bringing a bit of nature into the home!
Click here to order a free sample of any of the grey porcelain tiles featured here. Remember, there's plenty more to see on our Products page!
From decking to stone paving to artificial turf, there are many different ways to floor a balcony. Still, we feel that porcelain paving is the best choice of all – our porcelain slabs are sturdy, water-resistant, and very beautiful indeed!
One customer in Berkshire certainly agreed with this point of view. They ordered 39m2 of our beautiful Limestone Champagne paving for their balcony, and the results are really rather stunning!
Here’s a ‘Before and After’ photo:
What a transformation! Not so long ago, the balcony was a grimy, grubby-looking thing, with weeds poking between the paving stones and a rather tired appearance in general. But now that our porcelain products have worked their magic, the balcony is all but unrecognisable. The champagne-coloured tiles look fabulous as usual, bringing a hint of classical decadence to the customer's outdoor space, and that beautiful white balustrade looks perfect alongside them!
And it’s the perfect time for it, too – we’re right at the height of summer now, and we’re positive that the view from this client’s balcony is absolutely astounding in the Berkshire sunshine!
Would you like us to transform your tired-looking balcony? Call 029 2080 3750 today, or visit our dedicated Balcony Flooring page for further details. Remember to order your free paving sample!
We are very proud to introduce you to our latest range of Italian Porcelain Paving Tiles - the Milan range. Milan is a range of 3 beautiful porcelain tiles all in various chic grey tones. Grey is becoming more and more popular in interior and exterior design, meaning by opting for one of our stylish Milan not only will you be on trend, but you'll have a timeless classic and durable choice of paving for your outdoor space. The three tiles featured in the Milan range are:
1. Milan Grey Paving
First up is our gorgeous Milan grey. A light silver-esque grey, this colour has found itself into many a design scheme as of late. It's light and fresh, which will work perfectly alongside any colour scheme you wish to implement your grey porcelain tiles into. As with all our porcelain tiles, there is practically no maintenance required and they are extremely non-porous.
2. Milan Graphite Paving
Our Milan Graphite Paving is a slightly darker gray with subtle charcoal-tones. It's lightly speckled featuring a gorgeous spectrum of grey pigments throughout. This sophisticated deep grey will add warmth to your outdoor or indoor space.
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One of the most important things about any garden design is that it should be visually pleasing in a way that makes you proud of your outdoor space. With Refin’s outstanding range of porcelain paving tiles, you are not only getting the best deal in terms of practicality (our tiles are virtually zero-maintenance), you are not compromising on the aesthetic look of your outdoor space, either. We’ve got an outstanding range of colours to create a stunning foundation for whichever design look you wish to create in your garden. Here are a few of our colour options to get your design taste buds tingling!
A gorgeous, rich creamy tile.
Delicate, soft and regal.
Daring and Different
Intricate blue and grey porcelain.
Multi-tonal and diverse – a stunning choice.
These are only some of our beautiful porcelain paving colours! If you like what you see then why not order a FREE SAMPLE? We can guarantee you won’t be disappointed with the quality and finesse of our Refin products.
Our porcelain comparison chart gives you at-a-glance information on the differences between In.Out and Out 2.0 porcelain, but what about the differences between all of our different colours? Aside from the small square images, our comparison chart doesn’t offer much information on that front, so today we’re going to take a closer look at some of our porcelain tile designs and help you make the right decision for your project.
Onyx tiles and paving are the latest addition to our range, and they’re certainly one of the most striking options we offer. The bold black porcelain has an impact that’s impossible to ignore, and this is a great choice for fans of modern, minimal design. Onyx will look strong and elegant in home and garden alike – what could possibly compete with it?
Well, our Limestone Vanilla porcelain is certainly a contender. In many respects, it’s the polar opposite of Onyx; light and creamy, with a neutral design that emphasises subtlety over definition. It’s an equally exquisite choice for both indoor and outdoor living spaces, and we’re not going to tell you which of these two colours is ‘better’ or ‘more attractive’.
Onyx and Limestone Vanilla are both beautiful, they’re just suited to different designs. Onyx is ideal for a contemporary, cutting-edge look, so if your garden is outdated or your lounge feels stuffy, Onyx is the perfect antidote. Limestone Vanilla, meanwhile, has a less obvious effect, and if you want a soft, soothing atmosphere – in the bathroom or conservatory, for example – then this is your best bet.