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Crosswood Internal Flooring

Pavestone Crosswood Porcelain Patio Tile

Buff    (Length 1,200mm: Width 200mm: Thickness 10mm)


Pavestone Crosswood Cinder Porcelain Patio Tile

Cinder    (Length 1,200mm: Width 200mm: Thickness 10mm)

Crosswood Coco Porcelain Patio Paving Coco    (Length 1,200mm: Width 200mm: Thickness 10mm)



The strength and durability of porcelain meets the natural beauty and warmth of timber. With many differing faces the wood grain effect blends to create unique compositions and colour contrasts.

Crosswood porcelain paving has been manufactured as 'plank' tiles, 1,200mm x 200mm x 10mm, to create an authentic timber flooring and is reproduced in three beautiful wood colours.

With an anti-slip Finish Crosswood is the latest development to meet the growing demand for porcelain indoor flooring tiles.

Crosswood porcelain home flooring is perfect for use with underfloor heating systems.

Key features of Crosswood paving:


  • Anti-slip Finish.
  • Porcelain flooring tiles are resistant to wine and everyday household spillages.
  • Crosswood porcelain flooring tiles will stay looking good for many years only require general cleaning maintenance.



Available as single flooring tiles.

4.17 flooring tiles covers approximately 1.0m2


Laying Comments

Crosswood Porcelain flooring tiles are rectified to give a calibrated, dimensional accuracy. This enables closer jointing so that the tiles appear as one large uninterrupted, seamless surface of flooring.

A rectified floor tile is one whose edges are perfectly vertical with respect to its surface. This is a result of precise machining of a regular unrectified tile, so that each of the four sides will be at a 90° angle to the top and bottom faces of the tile.

As with all tiling, it is essential to lay the flooring tiles by mixing from each of the packs that are to be laid. This ensures that the overall desired hue is achieved and evens out any slight colour discrepancies. Laying tiles one pallet at a time can lead to slight but visible colour banding.

It is essential to use a good quality tile adhesive.

flexible jointing grout should be used and care must be taken not to let it dry on the surface of the tile.

Each of the colour swatches reproduced above demonstrate the overall hue of a paved area. The natural colour variation of individual flooring tile may vary significantly when viewed individually.



Porcelain Timber Effect Plank

Available as single flooring tiles.

4.17 paving tiles cover 1.0m2


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