WALL TO FLOOR LUXURY
Spillers are proud to announce the exciting addition of La Fabrico tiles to our showroom. La Fabrico have established themselves in the centre of Exeter and have now expanded their showroom to here in Somerset.
Complete your look with ‘art of design’ tiles, whether they are for your kitchen floor, wall or bathroom, La Fabrico have the very latest tile and design trends – from the world’s largest porcelain tiles right down to our quirky, handmade subway tiles.
Please contact them on 01460 68126 to arrange an appointment to visit their stunning showroom.
The showroom is open Tuesday to Saturday. Click HERE to visit to their Tile website.
We handpick each and every tile in our showrooms to include a rich variety of traditional and contemporary porcelain, ceramic and natural stone. Our collection of natural stones includes stunning real marble, limestone, slate and travertine. If you are looking for something more durable, we have an extensive range of porcelain tiles including marble, slate, stone and wood effects. If your design is calling out for colour, we have a unique selection of colourful, patterned, decorative tiles in a variety of styles and sizes.
We are specialists in large format tiles, supplying over 65 different designs in the following extra-large sizes: 80x80cm, 90x90cm, 50x100cm, 100x100cm, 60x120cm, 120x120cm, 120x240cm, 120x260cm, 120x278cm, 100x300cm, 120x360cm, 160x320cm and 162x324cm. Our Coverlam and Marazzi Grande ranges can be viewed in both of our showrooms – and believe us, they need to be seen to be believed!
Our stunning new showroom here at Spillers boasts over 3,000 square feet of wall to floor tiles. From cosy traditional, farmhouse and rustic styles right through to open-plan contemporary, industrial and minimalist – we will find your perfect tile match.
Our expert staff can offer free design services and technical advice on all of our products to help in creating your dream space, to suit your own unique style.
To view our full range of wall to floor tiles click here