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    Tile Depot opens new store in Tonbridge, Kent


    Tile Depot, the UK's largest independent tile, stone and wood retailer, is delighted to announce the opening of a brand new store in Tonbridge, Kent.

    To celebrate the launch of the new store the retailer has some fantastic opening offers, with a choice of stylish wall and floor tiles at just £4.99 per square metre representing savings of up to 80%, as well as over 100 half price tiles and 10% off all laminate and real wood flooring.

    The new Tile Depot store sits in a prominent position at 408 Vale Road, by the Postern Industrial Estate and just a short distance from Tonbridge town centre, and is now open, providing a massive choice of wall and floor tiles, in ceramic, porcelain, natural stone and mosaics, as well as grouts, adhesives and tiling tools in-store to take away today.

    The selection of tiles at £4.99 per square metre includes Valentino Cream - a 45 x 45m ceramic floor tile with 80% off, as well as Jackson Gloss White - a 20 x 30cm ceramic wall tile with the look of traditional marble, Abeto Arena - a 45 x 45cm ceramic floor tile in a classic brown, and Fuste Beige Glossy - a 31.6 x 45cm ceramic wall tile in beige with a gloss finish.

    Over 100 other wall and floor tiles are at half price, including some of the latest and most popular ranges.

    Tile Depot is a brand new type of tile store for Tonbridge, featuring lifestyle displays throughout the store, which help customers visualise how finished rooms may look, giving ideas and inspiration by showing the use of different colours and sizes as well as how to combine tiles with mosaics, borders, trims and decorative tiles to create various effects.

    N.B. The information contained in this story is provided by the supplier and does not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of lets-do-diy.com.


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