Union Tiles Mosaic Tile Range – Unleash Your Design Creativity Discover Union Tiles’ diverse mosaic tile range, including Natural Stone, Stainless Steel, Sea Shell, Aluminium, Ceramic, Porcelain, Glass, and Terrazzo, offering endless possibilities to elevate your interior design with elegance and style.
Stone flex is a flexible alternative to solid natural stone. Stone flex has a 100% natural stone surface and is laminated with a high strength polymer backing.
One of the primary advantages of Marstone Engineered Marble Slabs is their exceptional strength and resistance to stains, scratches, and heat. Unlike natural marble, which is porous and prone to staining, engineered marble is non-porous and less susceptible to damage. This makes it easier to maintain and ensures a long-lasting, beautiful appearance.
The collection mixes the eternal beauty of natural SemiPrecious stones, fossils and petrified wood to create the unusual solid surface with the most elegant and most extraordinary designs. The Semi-Precious Stone Collection leads to the same materials traditionally used in jewellery, such as quartz, amethyst, agate and jasper. The series consists of eleven different colours and finishes that blend seamlessly with the finest materials from nature.
Natural Stone Slab Collection – semi-precious stone, marble, onyx, granite, venice stone, glass and sandstone, limestone, quartzite, slate,
Union Tiles Inlay Collection of marble natural stone inlays with various floor patterns and designs to suit particular tastes and style.
GUIDELINES FOR THE LAYING AND MAINTENANCE OF NATURAL MARBLE, GRANITE, SLATE, QUARTZITE, LIMESTONE AND SANDSTONE TILES
Marble borders, Listello’s and Dado’s Collection of Natural stone from Union Tiles
Union Tiles Marble Collection – Stone is the natural construction material par excellence: man has dealt with it from his origins, producing weapons, tools, trinkets, but also building shelters and fences for his protection. The millenary ties between stone and the history of mankind originated with an epochmarking passage, when stones lost their “natural shapelessness” and were “configured”, to follow the aspirations of a construction that was destined to become Architecture, Art, Symbolism and a Wonder for man. Throughout history, in fact, marble has been used in many applications, but one of its highest and most sublime contributions has been within the ambit of architecture, increasing numbers of architects and designers have a predilection for stone because of to the many aesthetic renderings it can take on: modern finishing, which is possible with the use of machinery that employs advanced technologies, allows man to satisfy even the most creative requirements.