Golden Cream Etched Linear Mosaic Tile

per sq. ft.
  • $31.97
  • per sheet (1 sq.ft.)
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  • Sheet Size: 12x12"
  • Exterior: No
  • Interior Wall: No
  • Residential Floor: No
  • High Traffic Floor: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam Shower: No
  • Pool/Fountain: No
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Eye-catching details of this linear tile make everyone look at it again and again. If you want a striking focal point for your interior design, this natural stone mosaic is a great choice. Gold and cream tile colors deliver a rich, luxurious touch and add a warm, relaxed feel to any space. Each 12x12 square sheet lays on a mesh backing to provide a fast and simple setup. The fact that it is long-lasting, never-fading, and easy to clean makes this patterned wall tile a popular solution for bathrooms, living rooms, hallways, kitchens, foyers, and other indoor areas. You can dress up shower walls, make a dazzling gold backsplash, decorate general walls, and create numerous accents as niches or decorative borders. Our etched tiles will be a fabulous addition to your home!

Sold by: sheet

Sheet Size: 12" x 12"

Material: Stone

Color: Brown

Finish: Polished 


Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 5.00
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 4.6 lb

Area of use:

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





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