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Konkrete Multicolour Matt or Grey Matt Ceramic Wall tile, Pack of 14, (L)500mm (W)200mm £7 (free click and collect) @ B&Q
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Konkrete Multicolour Matt or Grey Matt Ceramic Wall tile, Pack of 14, (L)500mm (W)200mm £7 (free click and collect) @ B&Q

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Konkrete Multicolour Matt or Grey Matt Ceramic Wall tile, Pack of 14, (L)500mm (W)200mm £7 (free click and collect) @ B&Q
Posted 5th Sep 2020

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Good discount on these patterned wall tiles in both colour or grey.

Was £19.60 per pack, now £7 i.e. 50p per tile



Wall tile are ideal for bathroom, shower walls & kitchen.

  • Room use: Kitchen & bathroom
  • Not suitable for underfloor heating
  • Recommend minimum grout line of 2mm


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sane4sure05/09/2020 08:18

Good price but they are hideous!


The GREY look great - we've put a row above the worktops in the the kitchen and put some behind a gas fire as a surround - can recommend
Good price but they are hideous!
Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? Any advice appreciated (and not about my decorating choices thank you )
dumvadin09/09/2020 12:35

Ffs bought 2 boxes a week ago and they are already on my wall now


Still got the reciept? Buy at this price, and return the 'old' ones.
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Good price but they are hideous!
Would be alright if they were ever in stock!
Looks like something from the aztec
sane4sure05/09/2020 08:18

Good price but they are hideous!


The GREY look great - we've put a row above the worktops in the the kitchen and put some behind a gas fire as a surround - can recommend
Jenburge2305/09/2020 08:40

Would be alright if they were ever in stock!


in stock all over the west of scotland for a change
Dam not fair we are Peak District.
JaksFat05/09/2020 08:41

The GREY look great - we've put a row above the worktops in the the …The GREY look great - we've put a row above the worktops in the the kitchen and put some behind a gas fire as a surround - can recommend


I guess the grey are better than the green!
Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? Any advice appreciated (and not about my decorating choices thank you )
Urghhhh just when you thought 2020 couldn't get any worse!
nice2bnice05/09/2020 09:04

Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? …Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? Any advice appreciated (and not about my decorating choices thank you )


I'm no expert but I would think the tiles would be fine outside as they could be used in a shower, I would make sure you seal above the top row so rain water doesn't get behind them.
+ it's a good idea and they would look great in a garden
Argh! Paid full price for the grey ones a couple of months ago when I did my mum's kitchen. They look great in grey as others have said above.
col1105/09/2020 10:07

I'm no expert but I would think the tiles would be fine outside as they …I'm no expert but I would think the tiles would be fine outside as they could be used in a shower, I would make sure you seal above the top row so rain water doesn't get behind them. + it's a good idea and they would look great in a garden


i agree, should be ok, as mentioned use silicone sealant around the edges to stop water ingress behind them
deanos05/09/2020 10:26

i agree, should be ok, as mentioned use silicone sealant around the edges …i agree, should be ok, as mentioned use silicone sealant around the edges to stop water ingress behind them



col1105/09/2020 10:07

I'm no expert but I would think the tiles would be fine outside as they …I'm no expert but I would think the tiles would be fine outside as they could be used in a shower, I would make sure you seal above the top row so rain water doesn't get behind them. + it's a good idea and they would look great in a garden


Thank you both.
Have them in green behind the stovetop and everyone says they look great the colour in person is lighter and more mellow the colour on the website is very very dark and doesn’t match the actual product.
Ffs bought 2 boxes a week ago and they are already on my wall now
dumvadin09/09/2020 12:35

Ffs bought 2 boxes a week ago and they are already on my wall now


Still got the reciept? Buy at this price, and return the 'old' ones.
blaine09/09/2020 12:39

Still got the reciept? Buy at this price, and return the 'old' ones.


Ha was just thinking the same thing actually but I checked and there's no stock at all in the area. When I bought them I had to go to 2 different stores already
Have the floor version of the grey tile in my bathroom and it has received loads of praise, ooohs and aaahs by everyone who has seen it. Voted hot.
We have similar and everyone likes them. Better than plain white, excellent price!
Have these in my shower and as a splashback behind my bathroom sink. They look great and very modern
Cant get any from anywhere!!!!
I really like them!
Good luck finding any. I bought some before lockdown but couldn't get enough due to damaged stock. Glad I never started the job as there are none anywhere now. Looks like I'll have to return the 4 boxes I already have unless anybody has any spares?
Edited by: "PhilTop" 9th Sep
I’ve used them on a toilet floor just the job
I have similar on a toilet floor, look great.
Great! Now when I want them they are out of stock most places
nice2bnice05/09/2020 09:04

Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? …Would these be suitable to put outside to decorate a wall in the garden? Any advice appreciated (and not about my decorating choices thank you )


Yes. Absolutely fine. Use a wet room adhesive. Only potential problem could be colour fade in the sun. Patterns are just printed on to the tiles. BTW I love the design
tdlcraig10/09/2020 13:38

Yes. Absolutely fine. Use a wet room adhesive. Only potential problem …Yes. Absolutely fine. Use a wet room adhesive. Only potential problem could be colour fade in the sun. Patterns are just printed on to the tiles. BTW I love the design


They are only ceramic so probably not frost proof so chance they could crack in very cold weather. Better to get a tile that is porcelain or at least one stated as frost proof.
Let's you all the way through the order process (sign in, fill in a form, etc.) then tells you there are none in stock. As a web developer this leaves me filled with murderous rage.
Manbuild10/09/2020 15:07

Let's you all the way through the order process (sign in, fill in a form, …Let's you all the way through the order process (sign in, fill in a form, etc.) then tells you there are none in stock. As a web developer this leaves me filled with murderous rage.


I driven an hour to a store with stock just to be told that they don't have any and the online values are updated once daily.
zarftrain10/09/2020 15:18

I driven an hour to a store with stock just to be told that they don't …I driven an hour to a store with stock just to be told that they don't have any and the online values are updated once daily.


absolutely brutal. I'd be furious. Makes you wonder what the hell they're thinking.
Manbuild10/09/2020 15:07

Let's you all the way through the order process (sign in, fill in a form, …Let's you all the way through the order process (sign in, fill in a form, etc.) then tells you there are none in stock. As a web developer this leaves me filled with murderous rage.


they do this a lot. I went thought the entire process of ordering individual kitchen units and accessories only to be told 70% was out of stock at the very end. Still raging and that was in 2014.
tdlcraig10/09/2020 13:38

Yes. Absolutely fine. Use a wet room adhesive. Only potential problem …Yes. Absolutely fine. Use a wet room adhesive. Only potential problem could be colour fade in the sun. Patterns are just printed on to the tiles. BTW I love the design


Thank you
dogmalone10/09/2020 14:17

They are only ceramic so probably not frost proof so chance they could …They are only ceramic so probably not frost proof so chance they could crack in very cold weather. Better to get a tile that is porcelain or at least one stated as frost proof.


Thank you
Personally I’d never put ceramic on the floor again, we had so many problems with chips and cracking. Stick with porcelain for the floor.
Just be aware that the tiles patterns are random in some boxes you can end up with 8 of the same
dogmalone10/09/2020 14:17

They are only ceramic so probably not frost proof so chance they could …They are only ceramic so probably not frost proof so chance they could crack in very cold weather. Better to get a tile that is porcelain or at least one stated as frost proof.


I get your point. But the the tiles are none porous from the front. As long as they're sealed up properly. Then there shouldn't be an issue, ive seen many people use ceramic tiles in the doorway entrance. Agreed getting porcelain is always the best choice.
me5610/09/2020 15:44

they do this a lot. I went thought the entire process of ordering …they do this a lot. I went thought the entire process of ordering individual kitchen units and accessories only to be told 70% was out of stock at the very end. Still raging and that was in 2014.


Shocker! I'd be tearing my hair out. There should be some kind of user experience standard imposed by government legislation.
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