Marble-Look Tiles

A Grand Entrance 

Marble has been synonymous with beauty, style and strength for centuries. Both the Ancient Greeks and Romans used marble to create buildings, statues and artworks and today the material is synonymous with timelessness and luxury. Modern technology has made way for marble-look tiles to carry the same feeling at a fraction of the cost of real marble, so you can use this beautiful effect throughout your space.

A Touch of Luxury

Marble-look tiles continue to be a desirable choice for home renovators because of their style and durability. The marble look adds beauty to any space and its light-reflecting properties offer a sense of spaciousness to make a room feel lighter and brighter. Marble finishes are hard-wearing and resistant to shattering, so it’s a perfect choice for a tile that will last you for years.

Ancient History Meets Contemporary Style

Over time, the way that marble has been integrated into our homes has evolved and changed. Today, marble-look tiles are often used to accent certain spaces or features within the home. Marble inspired tiles are also available in a variety of colours. Where white, beige and grey marble-look tiles once reigned supreme, today’s trends veer towards warmer hues such as rosy pinks, golds and bronzes. For more information about incorporating marble-look tiles into your next project, speak to the Cerbis Ceramics team today.

Why Choose Cerbis?

    35 years of tile selection expertise

    .From small home projects to complete site fitouts, our experts will help you create a beautiful space that stands the test of time.

    Trade-scalable Quantities

    We guarantee 90% of the tiles and products on display are in-stock at our nearby warehouse and ready in scalable quantities.

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    Prompt Delivery

    We’ve proudly built a reputable supply and delivery network that ensures our tiles are on time for your project.

Need assistance?

Speak to one of our tile specialists on (08) 8984 3019.

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