Kasai Carta Kintsugi 10x60" Rectified Porcelain Tile
- Sheet Size: 9.8x59"
- Residential Floor: Yes
- High Traffic Floor: Yes
- Exterior: Yes
- Interior Wall: Yes
- Pool/Fountain: No
- Shower Wall: Yes
- Shower Floor: Yes
- Steam Shower: Yes
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Made in Italy
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*Each box of the Kasai Carta Kintsu tile contains 3 pieces, each measuring 9.8" x 59" to cover 12.105 square feet. The pattern on each Kasai tile will vary and can be laid in your preferred arrangement to create a continuous pattern or other design. Can also be paired with the plain black wood-look Kasai Carta tile, or Kasai Carta Sakura flower patterned porcelain tile.
Kasai Carta Kintsugi 10x60" Porcelain Rectified Tile was inspired by a traditional Japanese art to give your home a unique luxurious look. A combination of white porcelain tile that looks like wood and golden abstract lines decor brings a sense of sophistication and gently refreshes any area. It is a perfect choice if you want to add an elegant accent to your minimalist all-white design. This product is extremely versatile due to its resistance to high and low temperatures, mildew, and moisture. Apply this large format tile to any type of floors, shower pans, or walls. Decorate any residential or commercial interior with this sleek white cracked porcelain tile. Install it in your kitchen as a white and gold backsplash, bathroom, entrance, steam room, and any other room you like. Not to mention you can create a charming wood looking porcelain deck or use it for other outdoor design projects.
Please note: For porcelains that are longer than 16" on one side, there will be a $159 flat rate shipping charge applied. The shipping fee will be waived if the order total is over $999.
Sold by: Box
Sheet Size: 9.8" x 59"
Area of use:
Samples: All porcelain/ceramic tile samples have free shipping to the U.S. 48 continental states.
Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.
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How do you apply to the wall. What substrate do you apply to.
International Building Code restricts the use of gypsum drywall, including water-resistant gypsum drywall, in wet areas such as showers and tub surrounds. In these applications, the gypsum drywall should be removed and replaced with a cement backerboard. Bare gypsum drywall is a suitable substrate in all dry, interior applications.
For Installation on Drywall:
It’s crucial to properly assess whether the wall is strong and stable enough to hold the weight of fresh tiling. If you’re unsure, you should always ask for advice from an experienced tiler.
Fill in any cracks or holes from pins, nails or any other type of wall fitting, apply the primer, leave it to dry, sand, and then apply the adhesive (for this tile, use a Medium Bed Tile Adhesive meant for large format tiles).
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