A seamless tile texture with grey granite porcelain tile tiles arranged in a Flemish pattern

Grey Granite Porcelain Tile, Flemish

69.3 in
A fine concrete, grey tone granite grain porcelain tile, commonly used in bathrooms, kitchens and other high footfall, frequently wet areas of domestic and commercial environments. The mottled white, black, grey and silver speckles are frequent and dense, creating a rich noise-effect stone texture, blending neutrally with a variety of colours, materials and textures on neighbouring surfaces. The rough, fine concrete-like aggregate grain is ideal for wet spaces to increase grip and slip resistance. Porcelain tiles are composed of finely ground sand, feldspar and specific clays and are renowned for their ability to resist water ingress due to their higher density in comparison with ceramic and other forms of tiles, which helps with their ability to repel liquids to prevent staining, scrapes and marks while being low maintenance after installation. They are also sought after for their durability against high volumes of foot traffic due to their higher firing temperature during manufacture, and their high resistance to moisture allows them to be specified indoors and outdoor use for flooring and, depending on weight, for wall cladding. Their hardwearing nature means they can be used in commercial settings, while their human scale, beautiful tones and patterns, as well as the ability of modern manufacturing techniques to closely mimic real stone and marble, make them a more cost effective yet highly decorative and aesthetically pleasing option for domestic scenarios.

This image is a seamless tile texture with grey granite porcelain tile arranged in a flemish pattern. Seamless textures can be tiled repeatedly across a surface without visible seams making them useful for architectural drawings and 3D models. This image can be used as a SketchUp texture, Revit material or imported into Photoshop for use in 2D illustrations. A high resolution version of this texture is available, as well as CAD hatches and PBR maps with Architextures Pro.