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SomerTile 11-7/8x11-7/8-in Chromium Subway Stainless 1x2-in Steel/Porcelain Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10)
Ideal for a dynamic kitchen feature, this stainless steel porcelain mosaic tile set will add a contemporary touch to your interior decor. These sleek silver tiles would look great as a backdrop to your fireplace, bar area, bathroom, and more.
ITEM#: 12208343These stainless steel subway tiles spruce up any home improvement project. The Somertile wall tiles feature uneven sides for seamless pattern interlocking.
- Metal veneered porcelain mosaic tile
- Unglazed smooth finish with a medium sheen and a uniform variation in tone
- Easy to install 11.75 x 11.75 x .25 mesh mounted tiles
- Grade 1, first quality product
- PEI 0 is suitable for walls and residential use only
- Impervious: Water absorption less than 0.5-percent makes this tile good for indoor and outdoor use
- 10 pieces per case = 9.6 square feet
- Case weight is 22.5 pounds
- Dimensions: 11.75 x 11.75 x 0.25
- Materials: Stainless Steel-Over-Porcelain
- Model No: MDMSSSW
Note: If order exceeds 125 pounds, it will ship LTL. For LTL purchases, longer shipping time is to be expected.
Porcelain is a type of ceramic. SomerTile guarantees that any product that has been advertised as such is in fact Porcelain.
|Material||Ceramic Porcelain Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||11.75 x 11.75 x .25|
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Everyone who comes Ito our home is impressed with these tiles. They are a feature in our kitchen and match our stainless appliances. If there were any critical comments that I would have it would be on the installation. The tiles are stainless on porcelain. They are very difficult to cut as they are small. The stainless pulls back or bends when cut and creates an uneven edge. You need to be extremely careful and these are expensive tiles to throw away because of bad cuts. My installer will probably decline anyone else's project that include these tiles.Read More
I looked and looked for just the right tiles for our modern kitchen renovation, but I always came back to these stainless subway tiles. I am happy to report that my "gut" was right. We could not be happier with the finished product. Our contractor was impressed by the quality and pricing. He installed them on two walls between the quartz counters and new cabinets. Everyone who visits remarks about the stunning finishing touch these tiles provide. Best of all, they do NOT water spot and are a breeze to keep clean. (That was my biggest worry.) They are especially nice with the undercounted lighting, as the tiles reflect the light. THANK YOU, Overstock. Oh -- and we needed to order an additional box, but it matched the previous shipment perfectly.Read More
It is shiny and beautiful, but not so much bling that it is gawdy. It is an amazing compliment to my new white quartz countertops and makes my kitchen the centerpiece of the home. We also used it as a trim for our fireplace and it works well there, as well as bathroom backsplash. A great find and decorative accent.Read More
dont have them put up yet but they look awesome! My tile guy even likes them even tho not ordered from his company.Read More
Had the carpenter put them behind stove vent . They look awesome.Read More
I just wrote a long review... and went to submit it and it returned me to the login page.... bummer. Don't really feel like writing it all again.... But will say this.... these tiles are awesome and my kitchen looks incredible. Local installer quoted us $1200 for the tiles to do this job (did not included installation). With all the materials, including the $50 rental of the wet saw and new gray outlets and stainless steel outlet covers.... we have spent about $460 on the entire project. We called the manufacture to get their recommended cutting instructions - cut tile from the back, not stainless side - use metal file to smooth edges of stainless steel. It looks amazing, I am so excited and grateful that my husband is brilliant and was able to do such a wonderful job installing these. Oh ... and I wanted to mention that I ordered these on a Sunday..... and they arrived on Wednesday.... 70 lbs of tiles shipped in two days for $2.95 .... that is amazing!!!! Thanks for the wonderful update to my kitchen Overstock... it looks like a million bucks!!!!Read More
Had been looking for something in stainless for a portion of the kitchen back splash. Came across this and Whoo Hoo it was just what I was looking for. read the reviews and was sold. Have not installed at this time. Love the look of the tile. I will be installing it along with a glass tile in the same size. Have mocked up and am very happy. The stainless tile is not full stainless, it is ceramic with a stainless overlay, very nice. Very excited about this tile. I can't believe that I found it here, for such a great price and such low shipping. Overstock you rule!Read More
These tiles brightened up my whole bar area. Under counter lighting reflecs great off the tiles lightening the work space. I love my tiles. Only bad thing, they tiles are a bear to cut. Metal bends and is very tough to cut straight. The glue also came off a few tiles but a drop of Super glue and they were good as new.Read More
I used this tile as my backsplash in my remodeled kitchen which is black, cherry wood and stainless steel. The universal comment from everyone who enters is WOW! People absolutely love it!! My tiler who runs a granite shop was so impressed with this tile, he took a sheet home to check whether it would work with his decor'. It was very easy to install and it sets off all the stainless I have in the kitchen. When the tiler began installing I was afraid it would overwhelm the rest of the elements in my kitchen, but happily I was wrong. It adds a nice counter-point to the black cabinets, black granite, antiqued black island with Saturnia granite (which has a lot of silver, gray and crystal). The price was half what my local tile store sold a smilar tile. It cleans up easily with just a damp cloth. I initially cleaned it with stainless steel cleaner which gave it a very nice sheen. It is definitely the finishing touch of my $$$$ kitchen renovation.Read More
I love the look of the tile. It is very sharp but not a "cold" look at all. The brick pattern on the tile is very pleasing and the light shines off of it in different directions which is very pretty. I am redoing my entire kitchen and the contractor installe dthe tile. They installed the first few sheets and needed to take them down and strt over, because the sheets were not similar. One sheet of tile had a different size gap between tiles than the other, and it was farily noticeable. It seems that only a few sheets were like this, so fortunatley we had enough to do the whole backsplash.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you bigbluebunny for the question about the SomerTile 11-7/8x11-7/8-in Chromium Subway Stainless 1x2-in Steel/Porcelain Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10). It really depends on what the patio is made of. If it is concrete or wood or a typical material then yes you can and if it is any other material, then I would contact a professional contractor to help with the suggestion of what will work. Thank you for your time and for shopping Overstock.com.
Could you tell me the dimensions of each of the little tiles which make up the 12by12 section? Thanks!
The individual tiles are 1 x 2 inches.
can you use this in a shower?
Impervious: Water absorption less than 0.5-percent makes this tile good for indoor and outdoor use
Thank you for your interest. Yes, according to research information, this item can be used in a bathroom shower stall. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
what kind of mastic and grout?
We recommend a Latex Modified Thinset and as for grout, anything unsanded, applied with a new float and a brand new sponge, as to keep any kind of sand out that would cause scratching.
How do I cut this tile? What machine to use for cutting it? Thanks.
The item can be cut with a circular saw.
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