Bammura Bevel Bamboo Brick Tile – Caramel

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Introduce a touch of warmth to your interior with our FSC-certified 3-ply Moso Bamboo caramel wood tiles.


Key Features: 

  • Caramel colour.
  • Unvarnished, smooth finish.
  • Cross-laminated for strength.
  • Tile edges bevelled at a 45° angle.
  • D: 10mm x W: 200mm H: 100mm.
  • Suitable for applying stains, wood oil or varnish.

Description

These natural bamboo wall tiles are made from Moso bamboo compressed with resin to form a sturdy 3-ply tile. The tiles are made from plain pressed plyboards. This produces an obvious ‘grain’ where the internal structure of the bamboo is revealed. These growth joints or ‘nodes’ are clearly seen and form obvious horizontal patterns across the top surface of each tile. This can further be enhanced by applying wood oil or varnish.

Each tile has a 45° bevelled edge which reveals the internal structure, creating an attractive side profile.

The tiles can be laid in a variety of patterns including brick weave (half off-set), basket weave (or parquet), diagonal, brick bond, herringbone and straight stack (stack bond).

They are easily installed using grab adhesive and applied directly to walls or flat surfaces.

0.5m/ half metre sq. box = x20 tiles

1 metre sq. box = x40 tiles

 


Discount Structure

 

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Trade discounts available.

 

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Length

Single Tile SAMPLE, 0.5/half sq. metre, 1 sq. metre

PLEASE NOTE: The diameter stated is measured at the widest end of the cane. Due to the way in which bamboo is grown and cut, it is normal for the canes to taper; whilst most canes will only taper down by a few millimetres, they can taper up to 60% in extreme cases. Each pole is expected to be within +/-20% of the range diameter it is sold in. Bamboo is a natural product and is subject to cracking, splitting & discolouration, none of which will affect its structural properties