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Plank Vitripiazza Porcelain Paving Burnt Oak


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Plank from Vitripiazza is a sleek range of porcelain plank tiles which are perfect for outdoor spaces. These slim planks have been designed with a natural wood effect in three contemporary colours that add style and opulence to your entertaining areas.

Colour Bodied Porcelain: For those where both style and budget are a consideration, the colour of the flagstone body will slightly differ to that of the surface print.

Rectified: The edges are machine cut after firing, giving a consistent size with 90 degree angles allowing for minimal joint widths and crisp lines.


Burnt Oak from Vitripiazza’s Plank range offers a blend of dark grey and charcoal shades in a porcelain plank tile format. These modern charcoal tiles will complement outdoor dining furnishings perfectly, with the texture effect giving a solid wood feel.


  • Slim plank format

  • Natural timber effect

  • Highly Durable

  • Rectified Edges

  • Colour bodied porcelain

We recommend you visit the Vitripiazza Knowledge Hub for further information, advice andFAQ's.
Colours may vary to those shown on this website, please refer to our product colour guidance for more information.
All sizes and coverages stated throughout this website are estimates and will be subject to minor variation, please refer to our dimensions page for more information.
It's important to allow for cuts and positioning during your installations, please refer to our wastage page for more information.

Additional information

Pack Size

Full Pack 64 pieces, Split pack 32 pieces

Product Details

Each flag is: 20mm thick
1200 x 330mm
Each pack:
Covers: 23.76m2
Weighs: 1076kg
Contains: 64 no. pieces




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