Nova Chevron Carrara Marble Tile

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  • Sheet Size: 11x11.8"
  • Exterior: Yes
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: Yes
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam Shower: No
  • Pool/Fountain: No
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Make a stunning statement with a bright natural stone kitchen backsplash or an astonishing patterned bathroom wall - with our Nova Carrara marble chevron tile it is so easy to do! We could see this charming product to be used for so many different residential or commercial projects, starting with a marble chevron floor. Nova Carrara floor tile is approved for both low and heavy foot traffic areas. Cover the entire space or just spice it up with a delicate accent. Decorate your kitchen, bathroom, patio, or beyond!


Sold by: sheet

Sheet Size: 11" x 11.8"

Material: Bianco carrara / Bardiglio nuvolato

Color: Gray / White

Finish: Polished 

 

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 4.51
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 4 lb

Area of use:

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

 

 

 

*Natural stone tiles may display variations in color, finish, strength, and slip resistance. White marble may contain naturally occurring iron deposits that can lead to discoloration if used in areas prone to wet or damp, or if exposed to harsh chemical cleaners. As this is an inherent feature of the material, Tile Club does not assume responsibility for discoloration of marble or other natural stone tiles. To ensure you enjoy your white marble tiles for years to come, we recommend installing them in areas that are not prone to standing water, and regularly sealing your tile and grout.

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