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Odyssey Inca Dublin and Buff on Brown

Original Style Odyssey Primo Inca Floor Tiles The Inca Range is part of the Original Style Odyssey Primo Collection. Bold, tribal, striking, assertive - and totally modern. Simple at first glance, Inca becomes more complex when you are drawn into the design. The Inca design traces its influence to
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Original Style Odyssey Primo Inca Floor Tiles

The Inca Range is part of the Original Style Odyssey Primo Collection. Bold, tribal, striking, assertive - and totally modern. Simple at first glance, Inca becomes more complex when you are drawn into the design. The Inca design traces its influence to the lost civilizations of South and Central America as well as towards African and Indonesian art. This strong design works very well in both contemporary and traditional settings.

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Product Code8135V
Country of ManufactureUnited Kingdom
ManufacturerOriginal Style
ColourGreen
MaterialCeramic
FinishMatt
Size151 x 151mm
Thickness9mm
Tiles Per m²43.85
In stock
SKU
8135V
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Original Style Odyssey Primo Inca Floor Tiles

The Inca Range is part of the Original Style Odyssey Primo Collection. Bold, tribal, striking, assertive - and totally modern. Simple at first glance, Inca becomes more complex when you are drawn into the design. The Inca design traces its influence to the lost civilizations of South and Central America as well as towards African and Indonesian art. This strong design works very well in both contemporary and traditional settings.