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Supersized surfaces: The next big thing in interiors

Forget conventional tiles. These large format, grout-free porcelain slabs in marble, stone and metal designs are giving architects unparallelled flexibility

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Going big in the bathroom: shower wall in RAK Ceramics' Maximus Mega Slab Preziosi Rock.
Going big in the bathroom: shower wall in RAK Ceramics' Maximus Mega Slab Preziosi Rock.

Maximus porcelain tiles from RAK Ceramics are continuous surfaces designed for any type of application, including floors and walls, cladding and countertops.

From marble and concrete to metal and stone inspired designs, Maximus allows architects to incorporate the latest on-trend looks into any interior design without any maintenance issues.

The tiles are heat resistant, recyclable, lightweight, durable and easy to clean. They are available in three thicknesses and a wide range of finishes and sizes, from the smallest at 60x120cm up to Mega Slabs of 135x305cm.

Mega Slabs are a popular option for shower and bathroom walls, kitchen splashbacks and even feature walls, creating a seamless and easy-to-wipe-clean surface over large areas.

  • Kitchen walls, floor, island and splashback in RAK Maximus Mega Slab Versilia Marble.
    Kitchen walls, floor, island and splashback in RAK Maximus Mega Slab Versilia Marble.
  • Office interior walls in RAK Black Beauty.
    Office interior walls in RAK Black Beauty.
  • Bathroom walls and countertop in RAK Panda Marble.
    Bathroom walls and countertop in RAK Panda Marble.
  • Kitchen walls and island in RAK Maximus Slab Amani Marble.
    Kitchen walls and island in RAK Maximus Slab Amani Marble.
  • Bedroom wall in RAK Calacatta Africa.
    Bedroom wall in RAK Calacatta Africa.
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Mega Slabs provide creative flexibility and top technical and aesthetic performance, opening up new perspectives for the use of tiles that were previously unimaginable.

Maximus porcelain tiles from RAK Ceramics create spaces with virtually no grout lines for any kind of application - from the largest kitchen island to expansive bathroom walls and floors.

For more information and technical support, visit rakceramics.com/uk


Contact:
01730 237850
sales.uk@rakceramics.com


 

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