How do I know the colour variations in Tiles?

The variation of color, texture, and tone between individual ceramic and porcelain tiles is known as color shade variation. An inherent characteristic of any fired product, variation in color and shade can actually enhance the character and beauty of the finished project.


Intaglio Ceramica keeps the variation and color accuracy the best. All our tiles manufactured have their unique color variation.


Here’s a breakdown of how ceramic and porcelain tiles are graded for color shade variation:


V1-Uniform Appearance: Minimal to no difference among pieces from the same production run because each ceramic tile is manufactured using the same glaze applications and body texture.


V2-Slight Variation: Distinguishable differences in texture and/or pattern within similar colors.


V3-Moderate Variation: Though the colors present in a single piece of ceramic tile may indicate the color patterns to be expected on other tiles, the amount of colors on each piece might vary significantly.


V4-Random or Dramatic Variation: Random color variation from tile to tile, so that one ceramic tile may have a totally different color from that on other tiles. Thus, the final installation will be unique.


You are requested to check Tiles Specifications to exactly know the right tile for you. There are several aspects to consider before buying. Each Tile of ours is unique and meant to be installed at a particular location. So always remember to pick right!

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