A&J have the biggest range of the best quality bathroom tiles in Australia. Whether you’re renovating a bathroom, adding a bit of extra detailing or even building a new one, our exciting range of bathroom tiles for your walls and floors are perfect for the job. Let our experts help get it done. Visit our showroom/warehouse in Melbourne and you can be confident of finding a quality product that is designed to last. We offer: • One of the biggest ranges of high quality stone bathroom tiles in Australia • Expert advice about products and designs • Great value for your money Related post
Buying new stone for your home can seem overwhelming at times, there are many different aspects to consider. Here is a short, simple, yet effective glossary of some industry definitions so you can get familiar with our lingo! There are three main finishes when it comes to stone: Polished: Which gives the result of a glossy surface, aiding the reflection of light and drawing attention to the visual patterns and colour of the stone. Honed: The surface of the stone is smooth, flat and consistent. Stones such as granite or marble, which carry a natural shine, will have
At A&J Trading International, we are very passionate about high-quality tile and stone for use in both residential and commercial projects. To that end, we have partnered with a fantastic China-based manufacturer and international distributor to bring you the best products at competitive prices. We strive to give you best experience possible, even providing you with accurate care advice; your needs are our needs. Our tiling products range from rustic to polished to porcelain glazed over a number of different styles, colour schemes and patterns for each grouping, so you’re bound to find a product to suit your needs. With backgrounds in construction and product distribution
Here are some of the commonly used stones when designing homes. Marbles are mainly veined with fine-texture that can come in basically unlimited colour selections. Slates are usually dark green, black, grey, dark red or can be multi-coloured. Limestones are typically grey or tan. The main characteristic of limestone is the presence of shell/fossil impressions. Granites have crystal patterns with very little veining. Being able to identify different types of stones when looking at ideas for designing your own home will give you an advantage, and insight into mixing & matching and noticing current trends.