Grey Stacked Bricks Etched Limestone & Glass Mosaic Tile

SKU: TCAR-68
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  • Sheet Size: 11.8x11.8"
  • Exterior: Yes
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: Yes
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam Shower: Yes
  • Pool/Fountain: Yes
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A wonderful contrast of light neutral colors and generous catchy patterns makes our Grey Stacked Bricks Etched Limestone & Glass Mosaic a unique product for your interior and exterior projects. Gray and silver hues set a romantic, calm color theme that matches with any palette and delivers an airy, spacious feel. A combination of Glass, Silver Grey, and Limestone marble create a universal product for any type of project. It is a safe floor tile for commercial and residential spaces. The durability of materials and a small detail pattern make this etched mosaic moisture and heat resistant, which makes it an ideal product for steam rooms, saunas, shower walls, and floors. It is a perfect pool tile that highlights the water and brings a clean, sleek look as well. Use it for an opulent kitchen tile backsplash, an accent strip, a statement wall in your bathroom, shower, kitchen, patio, deck, and any other indoor or outdoor area.

Sold by: sheet

Sheet Size: 11.8" x 11.8"

Material: Glass, Silver Grey, Limestone

Color: Gray, Silver

Finish: Polished 

 

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 4.83
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 4 lb

Area of use:

  • Wall: Indoor, Outdoor
  • Floor: Residential, Commercial
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam room: Yes
  • Pool: Yes

 

 

 

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