Well for a novice tile layer these turned out amazing! Once we figured out how to cut them that is, apparently porcelain is much harder to cut than ceramic. I used mastic to stick them to the wall and would definitely recommend ordering 10% more than needed as there was definitely a learning curve to cut them. I was getting a little nervous when I got to the end of my project but had 6 tiles left over!! They did not seem to cut with pliers like the you tube videos make seem so easy....I found that using a wet saw to make multiple cuts and then snapping off with a pliers worked for the spots that needed to be cut around an outlet or corner. I used the tile scorer and just went over the tile multiple times before snapping for the straight lines. Again you can tell how big of novice I am by the terminology I am using. My kitchen looks amazing now, if I can do it so can you.
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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