I bought these tiles in beige for my bathroom and the Roland brown for the front and back entrances of a new construction house. I am really thrilled with these tiles. The tile is a mixture of shades of brown and hints of gray. The faux tile grout seam is also gray. The Mediterranean "tile" is what really influenced my choice of these tiles because it reflects the old world/French Country look I am aiming for. Another consideration worth noting is that these tiles have a slightly textured surface, which makes them a little safer in the areas I intend to use them in. I will be having the tile installed soon and hope to follow-up with a picture.
I love the look of this tile in my art deco bathroom with white ceramic wall tile and black liners. I'm glad I went with the matte finish, but I caution you to pay attention to the type of grout you use. My tile guy used a light grey epoxy based sanded grout and the sandy texture catches and holds onto hair making it harder to clean than smooth grout would. That's what I would do differently - use un-sanded grout.
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