Metro Grey 200 x 100mm, one of 4 colours in our range of budget Metro tiles. They are of a high quality with the width of the bevels matching the others in this particular range.
This immensely popular bevelled edge collection of tiles originally got their name ‘Metro’ from their use in the Paris Metro in the early 1900’s. They have remained a classic statement used in simple monochromes.
The use of grey alone or one of our other colours remains a classical finish as below.
Metro grey kitchen
Colours: 4 gloss colours to choose from, White, Cream, Black & Grey.
Size: 100mm x 200mm
Hints & Tips!
To make a very interesting and creative effect try laying them in a herringbone fashion.
Metro grey with a a white grout to make the tiles stand out.
Alternativly a matching grey to blend with them are the favorit finishes with ths colour.
Using monochrome black and white mixed its probably still one of the most popular was of fixing these tiles as shown below.
Metro white & black lifestyle
The options and charges are as follows for UK Mainland only.
||Prices (Inc VAT)
|Samples – Maximum of 3 (100mm x 100mm)
|UK orders over £150
|Delivery up to 10 KG
|Delivery up to 20 KG
|Delivery up to 30 KG
|Delivery 30 KG Plus
Your delivery is scheduled between dates from 8.00am until 18.00pm
Please note deliveries are kerb side only.
All deliveries are to be checked and signed for against the original invoice. Please inform us within 3 days from point of delivery of any shortages or damages, anything reported after this time will not be accepted or replaced.
In the event of damages, breakages or shortages please mark this on the driver’s delivery note as no claims will be accepted if signed as received (once signed it will be presumed that the goods are undamaged).
When ordering, please be aware that we automatically add in 10% overage on your submitted required area.
What is overage?
Overage is a safety to ensure you have enough tiles required for your project. Overage also ensures you have extra tiles to cover you in the event of human error during installation, such as breakages, and so that you can store spares for future use should tiles become damaged over time. This is particularly important as tiles can be discontinued, making it a challenge to match if you don’t have spares of the originals.
If you are unsure, please get in touch with a member of our team before submitting your order online.