Symphony Wooden Beige Marble Mosaic Tile

SKU: STMAR-30
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  • Sheet Size: 12x12"
  • 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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Eastern White and Wooden Beige tile pieces are laid on vertical and horizontal rows to create this simple yet classically chic marble mosaic tile sheets. Stones are cut in various size rectangular pieces and laid on both directions to create a visually appealing pattern on the mesh. This marble mosaic floor tile adds a classy feeling to its surround, combining bright white and brown wood-looking marbles. The color harmony within the tile is versatile enough to fit in a variety of design settings and create a timeless décor. This hexagon marble tile sheet can be a great backsplash in a kitchen with almost any color. These beige mosaics are also a good choice for an accent strip that can run through your backsplash mixed with other materials and colors. Symphony marble tile can go on almost any surface including but not limited to the outside and inside walls, floors, fireplace surrounds, and statement walls.

 

Sold by: sheet

Sheet Size: 12" x 12"

Material: Eastern white / Wooden grey

Color: White / Gray

Finish: Polished 

Thickness: 3/8”

    Area of use:

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

    Packing info:

    • Pcs per Box: 5
    • Sq. Ft. per Box: 5.00
    • Sheet or SQ.FT weight: 4.4 lb

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