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Read All Reviews for SomerTile 12.25x12-in Penny 3/4-in Vermilio Porcelain Mosaic Tile (Pack of 10)

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  • Excellent tile
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    These tiles are so versatile. We can't say enough about them.

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    venusrocks July 21, 2015
  • Salem
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    Love this tile! Gotten so many compliments. The coral color was exactly what I was looking for.

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    Lora O. March 4, 2015
  • High quality. Nice tile. Really bad color.
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    This is a nice style and quality tile at a great price. But, the color is truly gross. Salmon, peachy and dated. Picture does not depict how bad the color is. It is a really dated (think 80s) color. I returned them. Packaging was good. Arrived quickly. Returns easy.

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    marymarysue March 15, 2014
  • Love the color
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    I will purchase much more of this tile it is a deep terracotta not red

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    klstaffo February 17, 2012
  • I really don't love them
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    This product was easily to use, but it is kind of over whelming alone in a room....It needs to go along with something....I need something else to go along with it item but I don't know what....We shall see.

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    irinesroane February 17, 2012
  • excellent quality, cheerful color
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    i very pleased with these tiles. color is very attractive, slightly mute tomato i would say. the color is quite demanding, but modern and adds livlines to the room

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    tilelover February 9, 2012
  • Not a Good Color
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    This tile is really a bad color. I LOVE colors in my home design, bright as well as muted. This color was just icky. I think a previous review had mentioned it was a really outdated pink/salmon color and they were about right. I would add a little pinkish/brown to that description. I was hoping for a bright red/orange, based on the product's description of "red" and the off-red color I was seeing on the screen. I was thinking it couldn't be that far from red since that's what it was being sold as, but it was VERY far from red. A really neat style of tile, which is why I gave it two stars instead of one, but just a horrible, outdated color. I'm surprised Overstock is selling it.

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    ck0700 April 15, 2011
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    Tile is very useful. I would have liked a brghter red. Good product and it looks easy to install, which is very important with tile sheets. The product arrived quickly and I have not yet installed it. Red is a brick color but it is difficult to judge from the internet pictures.

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    fantastix April 4, 2011
  • not a red tile
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    We ordered this tile based on the pictures and description as shades of red. The tile we received was an orange/brown color, no where near red. The tile was dirty and unevenly spaced, some tiles were even stuck together. The quality of this tile is far below the glossy white tile in the same style that we also ordered. It is like two different tile companies made them. On the pluse side we received the tile within just a few days from ordering it and so far the return process has been easy. The down side is we still need red tile.

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    wendyacosta December 7, 2010
  • color is awful

    I wanted bright, plain, crayon red. This is an awful dated salmon. A orangish pink. I did not catch this until it was partially installed in our new home. So I lost hundreds of dollars. I can't believe anyone's monitor shows the true color. Vermillio sometimes means a bright red tinged with orange. This is not a bright red, while it is tinged with orange. Other than being hideous the product seems OK. But as I am laying tile over it, who cares.

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    missalexmissalex June 14, 2010
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