This is the first of two locations we plan to use this tile for....seems really easy to brake them, so handle with care. Also very cool looking...will post pics of the floor in the house when its done with a review for that one also. side note not sure how to clean this tile or how it will look after cleaning, but hoping for the best.
I am still beyond happy with this tile a year later. This tile is amazing! I am a designer and I used it in my kitchen. The only down fall is that if you don't seal the tile prior to grout, you will spend a half a day scrubbing each individual tile vs. a couple swipes of the sponge. ( I did use a dark gray grout in my kitchen, so it adhered to the pours and it was a nightmare to scrub!)One last thing, out of 6 cases I had about 6 to 7 tiles that had a bow to them, I wanted to mention this so you don't run short in case you encounter this same issue. People that stop over directly go to touching the tile and stating that this subway tile is beautiful, unique, and modern (Matte finish) with a bit of a Classic twist.
My tile installation guy, who sees hundreds of tile patterns, loved it so much he asked me where I got it so that he could remodel his bathroom with it. I think that speaks volumes. It is just gorgeous on the floor. I paired it with a light gray vanity. It is very unique and makes a statement. My guests just rave about it. :)
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