Thassos Octagon With Light Blue Glass Marble Mosaic Tile
- Sheet Size: 12.2x12.2"
- Residential Floor: Yes
- High Traffic Floor: Yes
- Exterior: No
- Interior Wall: Yes
- Pool/Fountain: No
- Shower Wall: Yes
- Shower Floor: Yes
- Steam Shower: No
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The elegant white shades of Thassos combined with clear glass in this mosaic tile create a truly captivating geometric design. The blend of classic white marble and shiny glass inserts creates a mix of the traditional and modern. The unique pattern of these flower-like glass marble mosaic tiles will draw your eyes with a wallpaper effect. Create a beautiful focal point with the timeless and elegant appeal of this mosaic tile for your kitchen backsplash, shower walls, or any other space where the distinctive pattern is desired.
*Naturally occurring veins and variations are found in all stone tiles, including marble, and can result in differences of appearance between photos and products. If you would like to gauge variation between tiles prior to ordering, please 'Request Current Lot Pictures' above to see the material prior to shipment.
Sold by: Sheet
Sheet Size: 12.2" x 12.2"
Chip size mm:1.2x1.2" + 1.2x2" + 0.4x0.4"
Material: Thassos, Glass
Color: White, Gray
Mounting type: Mesh Mounted
Recommended Adhesive: Laticrete Glass Tile Adhesive Lite
Area of use:
Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.
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Hello. Love your tile choices!! I have this TCMKN8812A sample in my hand and it does not look blue to me, but I see the reviewer indicates it does. We don’t want blue in our kitchen. Is there any way to insure that the glass section doesn’t show up blue? Maybe paint behind it? Any ideas? Thanks much!
Thank you for your question! The glass itself does have a light blue tint to it that may be visible depending on the lighting. It is subtle but designed to reflect some blue. The sample you received is a piece of the exact tile we have ready to ship - that way you can see how the glass looks reflecting the ambient light where you will install the full sheets of tile.
You could use a darker mortar behind the tile to reduce the blue light that is reflected - we would recommend testing how it looks on the sample to see if you like the effect before installing in your kitchen.
We also offer the same pattern in several different materials if you want one without any blue - ST-14DM, GLMS-10AL, and STVC-13. That is the best way to guarantee you don't see blue glimpses from the glass.
Minor chips, scratches and other imperfections are inherent in this product and should not be considered as defects or damages.