Tile Club | Stainless Pebble Metal Mosaic Wall & Floor Tile

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Stainless Steel Pebble Metal Mosaic Tile

4 reviews
  • $29.00
  • per sheet
  • $26.11
  • per sq. ft.
(1.034 sq.ft.)
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  • Sheet Size: 12x12"
  • Residential Floor: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: No
  • Exterior: No
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • Pool/Fountain: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam Shower: No

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Sheet Size: 12" x 12"

Thickness: 5/16"

Material: Metal

Color: Silver

Finish: Polished 

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 5.17
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 3 lb

Area of use:

  • Wall: Indoor
  • Floor: Residential
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam room: No
  • Pool: No

Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.

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Worked great on living room

I love how my living room renovation turned out with the tile. I engaged a professional who said the tiles were of good quality. The installer used a great slate and everything turned out beautifully.

United States United States

Good for focal point wall

This tile will make your wall to be the focal point. We used it in the waiting bay of our hotel and it really looks gorgeous. Most of our guests are impressed and often ask where we bought it.

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Easy to install

I’m a diy enthusiast. When I came across this tile, I could tell that it was possible to install by myself. With some easy to follow directions, I installed the tile on my own.

Noah L.
United States United States

They’re awesome! Just a few things to mention.

So first of all, these are awesome looking in my bathroom and I love them. A few things to mention from using them though. #1 - edges are sharp! So be careful. #2 - if you Cut them to get a nice straight edge to them, the metal will sometimes fall off the tile because they’re only glued in the center. So if you cut off the majority of a tile and only have a little bit still remaining on the weave, you may need to re-glue the stainless piece back to the tile piece. Which brings me to #3- if you didn’t know, these are tile with basically a thin stainless bit of metal pressed over them. Makes sense to me, but I guess it wasn’t super clear initially. I think my bathroom turned out stellar and people comment on them all the time. I think I might use them for more projects soon. Also! Tile club has the best prices around. I was also blown away by how fast they shipped to my door. This is not a paid review or anything I just was really impressed. Buy them! You won’t be disappointed. Only reason I’m giving it 4/5 is because they should be glued a little better.

Tile Club Stainless Steel Pebble Metal Mosaic Tile Review

Tile Club

Thank you, Noah! We very much appreciate the feedback on the glued pieces. Your shower niches look SO COOL. Thank you for sharing!


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  • What type of blade would you recommend using to cut these tiles?


    I would recommend the Rubi Tools Premium Glass Diamond Saw Blade. We carry the 10" in stock. https://www.tileclub.com/collections/rubi-tools/products/rubi-tools-10-inch-premium-glass-diamond-saw-blade.

    Best regards,
    Team Tile Club

  • After I place the sheet to the wall, do I put grout between the pebbles? The pictures online (which looks amazing) looks at bit different from the actual tile. The online pics looks like the space between the pebbles were filled with something--maybe grout?

    Yes, unless a tile is specifically stated to be 'groutless' or low-grout, you will always grout between the individual tile chips. Once the tile sheets have been installed on your adhesive and it has time to cure (typically 24-48 hours), you'll grout over and between the tiles, wiping off excess as you go. Tile Club recommends non-sanded grout for metal tiles - the installation pictures on our website are shown with a gray grout like Laticrete Smoke Grey.

    You can see more information on installing mosaic tiles like this one in our Mosaic Installation Guide.

  • How thick are these?

    The sheet thickness is approximately 5/16"

Minor chips, scratches and other imperfections are inherent in this product and should not be considered as defects or damages.