Aged Marble tiles lend a timeless look to any room, working beautifully on walls and floors. The tumbled effect results from the cut tiles being tumbled in drums to soften and age the edges and surfaces.

    The specific steps involved in producing tumbled marble may vary, but the general process includes the following:

    The resulting tumbled marble tiles have a more natural, worn look, with chips, cracks, and uneven edges. This rustic appearance makes tumbled marble a popular choice for interior design styles such as rustic, antique, or Mediterranean
  1. Cutting the stones: Raw marble blocks are cut into smaller pieces or tiles, depending on the desired end product.

  2. Tumbling: The cut marble pieces are then placed in a rubber drum or cauldron along with the abrasive materials. The drum is rotated or vibrated to create the tumbling action, which gradually wears down the edges and surface of the marble.

  3. Finishing: After the tumbling process, the tumbled marble tiles may undergo additional finishing steps, such as polishing or sealing, to enhance their appearance and durability.


 an affordable and stylish option for your home or office space

The tumbled finish make it a versatile choice for various applications, including floors, walls, and backsplashes. The smooth surface of the tiles makes it easy to clean and maintain, ensuring that your space always looks its best.