Thassos White 12X24 Honed Marble Tile | Tile Club

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Thassos White 12X24 Honed Marble Tile

SKU: TCFTS881224HA
3 reviews
  • $44.00
  • per sq. ft.
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  • $440.00
  • per box
(10 sq.ft.)
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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Sheet Size: 12x24"
  • Residential Floor: Yes
  • High Traffic Floor: Yes
  • Exterior: Yes
  • Interior Wall: Yes
  • Pool/Fountain: No
  • Shower Wall: Yes
  • Shower Floor: Yes
  • Steam Shower: No
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This luminous white marble field tile is quarried from the island of Thassos in Greece, offering a classical luxury to any interior or outdoor installation! The exquisite crystal shine of this stone adds a luminous finish to any application! The honed white white marble surface is a beautiful and slip-resistant flooring choice for an airy white kitchen design, illuminated small bathroom, minimalist shower wall tile, or elegant focal point in your living room as either white marble flooring, wall treatment, or tiled fireplace surround!

See this beautiful white marble tile in House of Jade's basement bathroom remodel - these tiles were cut in half and paired with Bianco Carrara 12" x 12" tile to create a checkerboard tile bathroom floor pattern, as well as used in the shower niche to create a beautiful storage solution!

Please note: For tile that is longer than 16" on one side, there will be a $159 flat rate shipping charge applied. The shipping fee will be waived if the order total is over $999.

*Natural stone tiles, including Thassos white marble, may display variations in color, finish, strength, and slip resistance. White marble might 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. Since this is an inherent feature of the material, Tile Club does not assume responsibility for the discoloration of marble or other natural stone tiles. We recommend regularly using a penetrating tile sealer to preserve the look of your white marble floor tiles and walls tiles, as well as an approved stone cleaner to ensure the best appearance.

Sold by: box

Sheet Size: 12" x 24"

Material: Thassos

Color: White

Finish: Polished

Packing info:

  • Pcs per Box: 5
  • Sq. Ft. per Box: 10.00
  • Sheet or SQ. FT weight: 4.8 lb

Area of use:

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

Samples: All porcelain/ceramic tile samples will ship free ($0) of charge to all parts of the United States and Canada.

Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.

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01/18/2022
Lucas
United States United States

Withstand heavy load

This marble tile is sturdily made. It easily withstands the impact of fallen objects. My contractor dropped a mallet on it during my home renovation project and it didn’t break.

SK
01/18/2022
Sarah K.
United States United States

Great for vanity tops

I used this honed marble tile for my vanity tops. It has become the centre of attraction in my home. I’m pleased with my purchase.

IT
08/26/2021
Ian T.
United States United States

Nice tiles for the mirror wall

After researching for the best tiles for my mirror wall, I settled on these. I’m glad I did as the results are amazing. They are also affordable. I will order more for other areas in my home.

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