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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Patty love this backsplash in my kitchen
I installed this myself by measuring everything out, marking where cuts needed to be made, then laying it back on cardboard packaging with masking tape and erasable magic marker drawn where cuts needed to be made. My granite counter installer took one sheet at a time and made free-hand cuts with a large, grainy marble blade. He finished all cuts within 30 minutes. I installed it later by myself. It isn't perfect, but no one has noticed my mistakes, and it looks great. Could never have afforded to hire someone.
July 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Califdreaming96 BEAUTIFUL STUNNING TILE
We had been looking for a backslash for our kitchen for over 6 months. We searched everywhere until we ordered a 1 sq.ft. sample of this tile. We needed something high class and exceptional. This was it. The marble in a perfect complement to our Carrera tile countertops. Stone sizes are also perfect, not to small and not too large. Each stone is about 3 inches wide. Perfect 3D design with a shimmering white stone mixed in with the matte white and touch of gray marble stone. If you want a little bling to your walls this is the tile for you. This tile also will not brake during shipping. Jeffrey Court delivered tile to us in 4 days. Outstanding customer service too.
July 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pt worth the work...
I hand selected 20 tiles because I am picky about naturally occurring color abnormalities. A sales associate recommended a premixed mastic that would be strong enough to hold the heavy tile on the wall. I tried it with some porcelain accent tiles and found that it caused the drywall to stay damp and did not dry after 24 hrs. Also, it was very sticky and hard to work with. I called the 800 number on the tub and he told me the right stuff to use is "Custom Natural Stone & Large Tile powdered mortar" that can be mixed with a medium size putty knife in a medium-small bucket,; don't need electric mixer. I bought the Polyblend Non sanded bright white grout for grout joints up to 1/8th in. I watched a mosaic tile installation how to video on You Tube. It took all day to measure, cut and map out where the tiles would go. I also rechecked all the measurements and corrected errors. I had 3 outlets, one corner and cabinet variations to deal with. I knew I'd have someone else cut the tiles, so I taped the lines and individual fill-in tiles where the cuts would go using masking tape and labeled the back tile mesh and the wall areas. I scotch taped the small groupings and individual pieces to the cardboard tile backings and labeled the edge of those with the corresponding wall area. I drew an ink line along the end of the tape with arrows pointing to the line. I also colored the tape with orange magic marker for visibility. After calling a few tile stores to see if I could bring them in and have them cut, I phoned my granite counter installer. He came over the next morning with an assistant and cut them on my front sidewalk in one hour. He used a freehand saw with a marble blade with a thick, grainy edges. The cuts were flawless. His assistant mainly just held a vacuum hose over the blade. His fee was minimal and I gave him extra for his expert work that really came through for my project. None of the small scraps were ruined so I can use them as fill-in's where needed. I only bought one extra sheet and only used 1/4 of that to replace individual pieces that had black dots or dark orange spots. I am toward the end of my kitchen reno and feeling a bit burned out since I did most of the work myself; tile demo, refinishing cabinets, painting walls, and now the backsplash. I have decided to just do one area each weekend. The hard part was measuring and finding someone to cut the tiles. I think the rest will go well and look amazing. I am so glade that I did not limit myself to porcelain or subway tiles because of the uncertainty about how the tiles would be cut. The glistening crystal pieces match the silvery crystal particals in my granite counters. Very happy with it.
September 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yvonne Installed this on my fireplace. BEAUTIFUL!!!
Tiled over the existing brick and created a stunning fireplace with these tiles. Very modern and high-end looking. TIP: Cut slowly with the wet saw because the tiles can split on their own if you push them through the saw too hard.
August 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rick Looks amazing!
I used it to accent my dining room wall as well as a back splash for my kitchen
April 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jules Best Decision Ever!
Took my kitchen remodel to a whole new level!
Money well spent for this beautiful marble mosaic wall tile.
December 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by iadesigner Looks Great
Looks great- everything arrived with no damage. Mixture of rough stone pieces with polished pieces is a nice mix of natural/rustic with a hint of bling. Not inexpensive but priced well compared to similar items from tile showrooms. I haven't seen anything from Jeffrey Court that doesn't look beautiful.
December 11, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rami This product gave to our accent wall a unix look
I absolutely love the quality and the look of this stone. We did the right choice
October 9, 2013