Model # BT01912HD1P2

Internet #203183251

Store SKU #606786

Daltile Briton Bone 9 in. x 12 in. Ceramic Wall Tile (11.25 sq. ft. / case)


Briton Bone 9 in. x 12 in. Ceramic Wall Tile (11.25 sq. ft. / case)

  • Evokes natural stone appearance
  • Moderate tone variation creates a unique look
  • Durable ceramic construction resists abrasion

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Product Overview

Offering classic ceramic style in a neutral tone, the Daltile Briton Bone Ceramic Wall Tile features subtle color variation reminiscent of a natural stone appearance. Its versatile shade and cool, smooth finish offer a look of understated elegance that's ideal for bathrooms and kitchens. Durability and abrasion resistance make this tile suitable for residential walls, backsplashes and countertops, a perfect upgrade for any interior.

  • 11.25 square feet; 15 pieces per case. Case weight is 30.51 lb.
  • Grade 1, first-quality ceramic tile for wall, backsplash and countertop use
  • 9 in. width x 12 in. length x 5/16 in. thick
  • Glazed smooth finish with a low sheen and moderate variation in tone
  • P.E.I. Rating 0 is suitable for walls and residential use only
  • Non-vitreous tile has water absorption of more than 7% for indoor use
  • C.O.F. less than 0.50 is marginally skid resistant for indoor use and is recommended for standard residential applications
  • Not frost resistant
  • Residential and commercial use
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  • Don't forget your coordinating trim pieces, grout, backerboard, thinset and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • Check out our helpful guide on how to select tile.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this tile suitable for a residential bathroom floor?

Asked by: Anonymous
If your floor is very level, it may work, I used it on the walls and think it's more suited for walls.
Answered by: Andrea
Date published: 2015-09-20

looking for installation info on Daltile Briton Bone 9 in. x 12 in. Ceramic

with backer board on walls with smooth side out do i need a water proof membrane on walls?if so what brand? also thinset and grout. what brand do you recommend? how much for a shower 30x30x8'? also do they make a soap dish holder that we can preorder?
Asked by: Anonymous
I used a good adhesive, and placed the tiles with about 1/8" grout lines. I offset them and they look great. I used straight pins at the bottom of each tile once placed to keep them from sliding out of place, then pulled the pins out once dry. I also used Alabaster color grout, it's really very pretty.
Answered by: Andrea
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can this be used as a tub surround? I've heard conflicting answers

Asked by: Caitlin
You may use this tile for a bath or shower wall.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-12

Daltille Support, Please clarify your response!

I plan on buying this tile to use on the walls in the shower and around the bath tube. In 2013, when someone asked, Daltile support responded this product is not recommended for installation in a shower. In 2015, when someone asked the same question, the response was opposite. Which is it?
Asked by: Kimboo
Tile is generally sold in 4 grades, depending on its water absorption during an immersion test. Non-vitreous tile absorbs +7% water above its dry weight. Semi-vitreous tile absorbs from 3-7% of its weight. Vitreous tile absorbs between 0.5% to 3% Impervious tile absorbs between 0.001 to 0.5%. The most suitable tile to use on shower walls and floors is impervious tile. Second best is vitreous tile. Semi-vitreous and non-vitreous tile are best left for applications where they will not come in contact with water. This is non-vitreous tile. I would not use it in a shower. It's best suited for a kitchen backsplash, a dry bathroom wall, that kind of thing. Good luck!
Answered by: BuyerBeware22
Date published: 2016-03-24
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