SmartStone Port Elizabeth introduces new trendy tiles
SmartStone Port Elizabeth (PE) is forever staying on top of trends when it comes to interior design, and hard landscaping which is why it has introduced two new tiles to its already extensive range.
Mimi Rupp, co-owner of SmartStone PE, and Stone etc. comments on the new products saying: “Home, and commercial property owners are looking to make the most of their space through renovations and the easiest way to update your look, is by updating your tiles. A small change can make a big impact, and our new selection does just this.”
Bach cladding is incredibly unique and is made from a myriad of different sized squares and rectangles to create a striking modern and contemporary look.
Bach cladding comes in various sizes, and it’s recommend that all sizes are used for the best visual effect.
The Bach cladding is available in all SmartStone Port Elizabeth colours, prices on application.
The beautiful texture of the Octave cladding can be enjoyed both in and around the home. A symmetric, angular design, which creates various eye-catching effects, makes a statement for modern and contemporary homes.
The Octave cladding (900mm in length) is available in all SmartStone Port Elizabeth colours, prices on application.
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