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PAMESA CERAMICA WATERLOO
'Waterloo Coal
 
 
PAMESA CERAMICA | WATERLOO
Waterloo Coal
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THE STORY
Waterloo tile collection is inspired by London’s decorative tiles from the 1960s. The collection is ideal for introducing patterns into interior spaces without being over the top.
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Wall
Floor
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Spain
VARIATION
Shade Variation (V4)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)450 × (W)450 mm
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