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WOOD CULTURE GRANDE
'WCBV470T Iceberg Stone
 
 
WOOD CULTURE | GRANDE
WCBV470T Iceberg Stone
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Grande vinyl tile collection comes in extra large format that showcases the authentic look of stone, faithfully re-created through advanced digital print technology. With a larger format, the Grande vinyl tile collection is able to make smaller rooms feel larger while giving larger rooms an elegant look.
MATERIAL
Vinyl
FEATURES
+ New large format
+ Water resistant
+ Click installation
+ Easy maintenance
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)914 × (W)457 × (H)6+1 mm
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