Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 87
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bigpappageorgio get this tile!!
Absolutely love this tile. was $500 cheaper than 3/4 oak hardwood. be prepared to put in some labor. took me 3 four hour evenings after work to lay 200sq ft. we went with tec power grout 550 in espresso. looks amazing. be forewarned, either use a 1/2x1/2x1/2 trowel or backbutter if using 1/4x3/8x1/4. also stick with a premium quality mortar. i used cbp large tile mortar. expect to get about 50 tiles per bag. overall a great product. after the first week already have people asking what kind of hardwood it is.
May 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chuckj Looks outstanding!
The tiles look like real wood. We have had friends and family over and they have stood on it for several minutes and couldn't believe it wasn't wood. The "hand scrape" look is awesome. It is a very hard tile and sometimes challenging to cut with my non-professional tile saw. As a result it took some patients on my part but was well worth it. We used a dark brown grout we also purchased at Home Depot. We could not be happier.
May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Trevor Easy to install and easy to keep clean. Looks like real wood
My wife and I installed this Montagna Saddle tile in our living room and hallway. In the living room we designed a tile rug looking mosaic which took a while to make all the cuts but was well worth the effort and made a beautiful center piece for the room. Neither of us had ever installed tile but once we got the hang of it, it went pretty smooth. I purchased a Rigid tile saw to make the cuts. Our only frustration during the entire project was the grout color! Home Depot used a grout color called Sable Brown on their wall display for this tile so we went with it. The Sable Brown color has a hint of red in it so next to the brown tile the grout looked PURPLE and terrible. To correct the grout color we purchased some dark brown leather die at a craft store and stained the grout before sealing it. Now the grout matches the rest of the floor and everyone that comes over complements our "wood" floor, not knowing that it's actually tile.
May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bell Looks Great Gets Compliments
My bathroom was from 1938, everything had to go. I wanted a spa feel and look to the new bathroom. A wood flood seemed perfect but the issues with swelling and contracting of the wood seemed like an extra hassle. No problem. I found these tiles that look almost like the real thing. They even have some fake wooden textures added to the feel. I didn't install them but I didn't here any complaints from the installer. They look great and they are the first thing complimented on when people see the finished bathroom.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Joan Love This Tile - No Regrets
We purchased the tile for the Family and Dining Room, after years of carpet. We had an experienced tile contractor to lay the tile. We used tobacco brown for the grout, our grout color is still dark although some buyers said they had issues with the grout. Friends and family have stopped by to see the new flooring not realizing it's tile, they reach down and touch it, it looks like real hardwood floors. Love it so much that we are replacing the flooring in all bedrooms which is carpet to this tile.
February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Great Floor
installed with dark brown grout I found elsewhere grout at Home Depot too light in color
March 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CGRambo Wow now I have to upgrade everything else to match the incredible tile!
I am so glad I went with ceramic tile. I've been debating for almost three months which way to go. After this I now know what to do in the future. It's been a pleasant learning experience. Thanks Home Depot!
February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jess Great product and very attractive
We used this tile in our basement since it was rated for indoor/outdoor installation - just in case we would get water in the base,net at some point. Our contractor installed the tile Ina herringbone pattern and it looks great! Although tile, it looks like hardwood!
January 2, 2016