Ice Shale Rectangular White Glass And Stone Tile

SKU: GLMS-03AL
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  • Sheet Size: 11.8x11.8"
  • Exterior: Yes
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: No
  • Steam Shower: No
  • Pool/Fountain: No
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Add a splash of modern style to your décor by installing an interlocking pattern mosaic tile. Featuring a random blend of marble and glass pieces, classic white marble is combined with frosted and clear glass in elongated rectangular strips. Looking for a modern take on the classic marble tile? This mosaic tile is the perfect choice for a fresh room where old and new come together. Glass tile reflects the light and brings a crisp feel while the white marble gives off a pure, timeless look. This narrow rectangular pattern will be your ideal backsplash tile or accent wall tile. The neutral color of the marble and glass tile would also make an excellent border in your tile design. Whether you choose this rectangular floor tile for light traffic areas or install a glass backsplash, this mosaic is subtle enough to work in any space and will attract all the attention.

Due to the nature of stone, variations in color, pattern, and veining may occur.

Sold by: Sheet

Sheet Size: 11.8" x 11.8"

Material: Glass/Stone

Color: White

Finish: Polished 

 

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 4.83
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 2.6 lb

Area of use:

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

 

 

 

 

 

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