Porcelain Thin Slabs

Porcelain thin slabs are an engineered material that homeowners can use to accent various areas in their homes. From kitchens to bathrooms and even exterior facades, porcelain thin slabs add unparalleled beauty to any home or building.

Porcelain Artists Handcrafting Modern Luxury

Thin slabs of porcelain are three to six millimeters thick and are reinforced with a glass fibre mesh for added strength to withstand breakage. Porcelain thin slabs weigh less than traditional tiles and natural stone slabs, they also cost a fraction of the price when compared to the marble slabs they were designed to resemble. They are low maintenance, easy to clean, and perfect for any new build or remodeling project. If you’re looking for porcelain thin slabs for your home or commercial property, look no further, because Coco Tile is “Ottawa’s Premier Thin Slab Installer” that can supply, transport, template, fabricate, and install any type of porcelain thin slab project you have in mind. Keep reading to learn more and to see our latest projects.

Laminam Filo Brina Porcelain Slab Wine Cellar 3

What is a Porcelain Thin Slab?

When it comes to porcelain there are two main types, porcelain tiles and porcelain thin slabs. Porcelain tile is the more common type of porcelain used for flooring. However, porcelain thin slab is becoming increasingly popular due to its superior qualities.

Porcelain thin slabs are made from very fine porcelain clay fired at a high temperature. This results in a porcelain material that is much thinner than tile, typically only 3mm to 6mm thick. Porcelain thin slab is also much less porous than porcelain tile, making it more resistant to staining and easier to clean.

In addition, a thin porcelain slab is available in a much wider range of colours and designs than porcelain tile. This means that you can find the perfect porcelain thin slab to match your design style.

Benefits of Porcelain Thin Slabs

Much Thinner

Install on floors, walls, furniture, countertops, and cabinet doors.


Prevent germs and bacteria growth with a sterile environment.

Less Porous

More resistant to staining, easy to clean, and low maintenance.


Suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications.

Wide Range of Colours

More design options available than any other material.

Lower Cost

A lot less expensive than the marble slabs they resemble.

Project Showcase

Laminam Filo Brina Wine Cellar

Neolith Calacatta Ventilated Exterior Facade at 256 Rideau Street