Porcellana Tile Studio
17 Reviews
Complimentary Design Consultations
Porcellana Tile Studio is Belfast’s most unique and stylish tile and stone boutique. Dedicated to providing the best customer service, specialising in design, supply and installation of tiles for both domestic and commercial properties.

Mandy Little and Cathy Fay, owners of Porcellana Tile Studio, have over 40 years combined experience within the tile industry and extensive experience working with architects, designers and private clients on luxury residential and commercial projects.

Services Provided
Splashback Installation, Stone Installation, Stone Supplies, Tiles, Tiling, Tile Sales, Tiling design service, site visit, design service, stone tiling, Porcelain tiles, fixing materials, fitting service, Tiling service

Areas Served
Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Dublin, Bangor, Newtownards, Holywood, Co Down, Co Antrim, Lisburn, Craigavad, Craigavon, Enniskillen, Omagh, London, Isle of Man

Certifications and Awards
Women in Business Award
Best of Houzz Service 2017
Belfast’s Most Unique and Stylish Tile and Stone Boutique.

Contact: Mandy Little
Location: Porcellana Tile Studio, Studio B, The Carnegie Building
121 Donegall Road
Belfast, Antrim BT12 5JL
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Specialist Tile & Stone retailer

Contact information:
Studio B,
The Carnegie Building,
121 Donegall Road,
Belfast, BT12 5JL
T: 028 9024 0040
E: studio@porcellanatilestudio.com
W: www.porcellanatilestudio.com

Members of, The Federation of small businesses, Women in Business
Commented: who makes those beautiful chairs?!!!- Love Wrights Design House (Temple, Co Down) supplied the kitchen so they may be able to tell you more about the chairs
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Commented: Reclaimed Parquet - Modern Kitchen, help !!! Have you considered wood effect porcelain tiles in a paler tone. They are much easier to maintain & look great with modern kitchens.
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Commented: what material and color is the flooring? thank you Thank you for your query. The material on this floor is an Italian vein cut travertine stone. The markings are quite linear in character with natural cream and walnut tones and a charcoal vein appeari...
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Commented: I live in Belfast and was trying to purchase a plaster fireplace! Good Afternoon. I am sorry but I cannot help you with the fireplace, we at Porcellana Tile Studio supplied the tiles for this project including the flooring in this room but the client sourced many o...
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Commented: Herringbone metro tiles - on trend or to avoid? While the metro tile remains popular we are increasingly seeing the use of thinner and longer versions of the brick format which creates a more sophisticated and elegant look
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Commented: What material will we see trending in 2017? We think the porcelain wood trend is set to continue along with colourful patterned geometric and the use of textured porcelainon walls which will continue to be extremely popular and timeless.
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