Is a bigger tile better? You are about to find out. Large format stone tile in a small room is an increasing trend. Let’s have a look at the pros and cons of large format tiles, marble flooring, and polished tiles.
Large-small format meaning
It is difficult to accurately indicate the tiles belong to the "small" category and which ones are "large" in the era of continuous technological advancement and subsequent changes in the sizes produced (increasingly larger ceramic tile formats appear on the market every year). In the past, those considered very big are now seen as being downright small. The following description will therefore be of support.
Tiles varying from 4.8 x 4.8 cm to 30 x 30 cm (squares) and rectangles whose sides are within similar limits (4.8 cm and 30 cm) are considered as 'small'.
Tiles with sides longer than 30 cm, in square and rectangular formats, are considered huge.
Pros and Cons of Thin Porcelain or Marble Slabs in Large Format
Covers different specifications and projects: floors, walls, curved surfaces, worktops, applications for interior design
A good option for retrofitting and refurbishment
Great natural stone Substitute
Matchable with other material
The large dimension makes porcelain in a large format suitable for cutting to any required size
Relevant application: The large size associated with extreme lightweight makes it possible to use for
As you can see, the pros of large format tiles far outweigh the cons. In the end, it is what suits your purpose.