Henleyâ„¢ Warm Tile is rated
Rated 4 out of
Used these in a small porch for a 30s house. The look they give fits very well with the house in that the pattern echos the style of the original era but they also have a modern feel. They are a very large and heavy tile which makes them a bit of a pain to work with in a small space (lots of cutting) but would be well suited to larger areas. A couple of downsides. As noted in other reviews they are quite difficult to clean due to the surface texture. Main problem is that the grout lines (Which simulate a smaller tile effect) are not deep enough on some of the tiles to hold onto the grout which has led to a slightly uneven finish with the grouting.
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 1 out of
The colourful layers chips easily
This style of tile looks very nice and we selected it for our kitchen. It looks amazing, but very soon we started noticing that the colourful layer damages easily. We have other tiles from Toppstiles that are totally robust, unlike this style that should not be advertised for this sort of areas like kitchen where tiles cannot be changed once several get chipped after a couple of months. Now after several years with these tiles, and many of them with some damage, there is nothing we can do since it does not make sense to remove all kitchen units to put new tiles, or again pay for something that was supposed to last for more than a decade.
Date published: 2016-06-11