Lake White Glazed Ceramic Tile 4x4 Square | Tile Club

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Lake White 4x4

SKU: TCCREIWHTI44
  • $11.90
  • per sq. ft.
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  • $64.02
  • per box
(5.38 sq.ft.)
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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Sheet Size: 3.94" x 3.94"
  • Residential Floor: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: Light Traffic
  • Exterior: No
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • Pool/Fountain: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam Shower: Yes
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Add a touch of elegance with our Lake White Glazed Ceramic Tile. This tile is perfect for finishing walls and floors in kitchens, bathrooms, and other indoor spaces. Its glossy, glazed finish and creamy white color give it a classic look that is sure to impress. Plus, its zellige design gives it a handcrafted look that is truly unique. Whether you use it as a backsplash or flooring tile, this tile is sure to make a statement in any space. See more color options in the Lake Glazed Ceramic Collection!

SHIPPING: There will be a $159 flat rate shipping charge applied for orders under $999. The shipping fee will be waived if the order total is over $999.

Samples: All porcelain/ceramic tile samples have free shipping to all parts of the United States and Canada.

Sold by: Box

Sheet Size: 3.94" x 3.94"

Material: Ceramic

Color: White

Finish: Glossy

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 50
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 5.38
  • Weight Box: 15.9

Area of use:

  • Wall: Indoor
  • Floor: Light traffic only
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam Room: Yes
  • Pool: No

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