Not sure if this question was entered: Is the color on this tile a pure white or more of an off-white? Thanks!
SomerTile 11x9.75-inch Casablanca Glossy White Porcelain Mosaic Tiles (Set of 10)
Unique arabesque tiles provide a touch of elegant, old-world style to any indoor or outdoor wall or floor. Impervious to water and designed for medium-duty residential floors, these porcelain tiles are ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, and pool sides.
ITEM#: 15040657Unique arabesque tiles provide a touch of elegant, old-world style to any indoor or outdoor wall or floor. Impervious to water and designed for medium-duty residential floors, these porcelain tiles are ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, and pool sides.
Add a touch of the exotic to your remodeling project with these glazed porcelain mosaic tiles. The high sheen and smooth finish tiles have a uniform appearance in tone and are a Grade 1 high quality product. With low water absorption rates, the tiles are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use. Each case contains 10 pieces, which covers approximately 7.4 square feet.
- Glazed porcelain mosaic tile
- Glazed smooth finish with a high sheen and a uniform appearance in tone
- Dimensions: 11 inches x 9.75 inches x 0.25 inches
- Grade 1, first quality product
- PEI III is suitable for medium-duty residential floors and areas with normal footwear
- Impervious - Water absorption less than 0.5-percent makes this tile good for indoor and outdoor use.
- 10 pieces per case = 7.4 square feet
- Case weight is 23 pounds
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.
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Hello jabarron, this is a pure white. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.
Forgive me if I missed this info, but what is the meausurement of each individual tile? Thanks.
Thanks for your interest, each tile is 11 inches x 9.75 inches.
Hello, Barb. The size of each individual tile is 1.875 in. x 2.75 in. Thanks for your interest in our products!
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