Marmo Orobico Bookmatched Polished Finish
Marmo Orobico Bookmatched is a marble-effect porcelain tile and forms part of our Marvel Range. This tile is offered with a Polished finish. Please note that Bookmatched tiles are not available as samples. If you would like a sample of Marmo Orobico Bookmatched you should order the standard non bookmatched colour as the closest likeness.
Marmo Orobico Bookmatched Product Story
With a strong character and vibrant personality, Marvel takes inspiration from the World’s most exquisite marbles. Our latest marble-effect range features ten striking marble styles and is available in six sizes. At just 6 mm thick, Marvel is designed for both flooring and cladding, and can also be specified for a wide variety of applications including countertops, fireplaces and fabricated objects such as furniture and vanity units. Marvel provides a water-resistant surface that will never scratch or fade and demands none of the maintenance requirements encountered with conventional marble, and with each large format 1500 x 3000 mm slab offering 4.5 m2 of surface area, creates minimal grout lines. Marvel is also offered with four graphical faces, forming an authentic and uninterrupted surface with warm veins continuing across each panel, ideal for luxurious wall cladding. For a dramatic statement, Marvel also offers stunning bookmatched pairs in the Marmi Bianco, Marmo Orobico and Lapis Blue colour ways. Available in ‘Block A’ and ‘Block B’ Polished marble surfaces and designed to create maximum impact these bookmatched tiles are offered in 1500 x 3000 mm format, ideal for use in hotel lobbies, stairwells and luxury bathrooms. Marmo Orobico Bookmatched is part of our Marble-effect Collection.
Marmo Orobico Bookmatched Bookmatch Layout Options
Bookmatched slabs are typically supplied in "Block A" and "Block B" matching surfaces, the pattern of which mirror each other. Below you will find layout options for Marmo Orobico Bookmatched. The layouts have been prepared to help you understand which Block, A or B is used to create each combination and which direction the block is facing, north or south. Click on each thumbnail for a closer look.