Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 49
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HappyHomeowner11 Excellent choice!
We paired this with the grey/white marble pencil molding and floor tile from Home Depot to great results!
August 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AnnVictor Beautiful tiles in my shower!!!
The tile is beautiful. Takes time with install, have to match up pieces, but overall it's worth it in the end.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pkconstruction Great for Shower Floor
This pebble tile is great in our shower floor. Easy to install and feels great to stand on. It was like putting a giant puzzle together when it came to the edges. No cutting needed - just pull the stones off and place them where they will fit. I used Fusion grout in platinum. I also sealed the stones before grouting to make sure none of the color was absorbed by the stone. Highly recommend!
March 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Taunton02780 Fantastic
Being an HGTV junkie, I have seen similar products used on larger, high-end shower floors and thought it looked amazing (and have heard that it feels great on the feet). So when my new townhome was being built I seized the opportunity to make a few changes - one of them was replacing the shower floor tile with these river rocks and I am very happy with the results! It looks amazing and it feels amazing. I even caught the builder snapping some photos of the finished product (which I am sure he will now offer as an upgrade). I recommend purchasing all that you need from the same lot to avoid any differences in color, etc. (best to over buy and simply return the sheets you do not use). Mine was professionally installed also (although if you know how to lay tile I would imagine this was not that much more difficult).
March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by larrythelogger Doggy wash station floor
In the picture, the orientation makes you assume the edge patterns will line up and follow a straight line along a wall or you can set the above tile as it is oriented and set the rest of the tiles either directly to the right and directly below. If you twist the tile slightly counterclockwise, THEN the corresponding tiles will follow a straight line. SO, I say all that to say, order a few more squares because you'll need to cut from spare tiles to square up the corners and follow the straight sides of your surface. They do look really good and other than filling in the pattern voids in corners and along edges, they're worth it if you want a great looking shower or dog wash station floor.1,
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Estreet Beautiful mosaic
Great product! We used it for the floor and decorative band in our shower and it looks great as both. We used a darker gray grout on the floor and a white grout for the band. We had to get a good bit extra just because there was more waste than we anticipated but it was very worth it.
August 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KatS Good quality and easy to install
This pebble tile was easy to install in our shower floor. No cutting of the stones was needed. I was able to take stones off a scrap piece to fill in gaps along the walls and drain. Just like a big puzzle. Do buy more than you'll need, though. I sealed the stones before grouting with Custom grout in Platinum. It turned out amazing!
October 7, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by LiNS Tedious and prickly! But sooooo cute!!
So after installing this stuff on the floor of my 4'X3' shower, I feel like I've been attacked by a cactus. Yes, a cactus. I'm guessing it's the netting these tiles are glued to that splintered when I cut it and got stuck in my arms, legs, and hands. All over I have these tiny glass-like splinters that are driving me CRAZY. And the worst part is they're practically impossible to find and even more impossible to pull out. If you've ever been pricked by a cactus, you know the feeling. I don't know if anyone else has had this problem, but I know if I ever use this stuff again, I'll be wearing pants, long sleeves, and gloves.
Also, if you're a perfectionist, getting it to all fit in just right is a little tedious. Ok, a lot tedious. I was cutting pieces out and pulling pieces off for a couple of hours so I could rearrange everything and get it to fit in just right. (All this cutting and pulling of the netting probably only amplified the whole cactus effect.) Because this stuff doesn't come in square shapes with nice straight edges and 90° angles built-in, you have to make the corners and straight edges yourself. Like I said: tedious. I suggest buying extra so you can pull pieces from it (usually the smaller pieces) to fit in the voids as you fill everything in.
All that said, it was WAY worth it! It looks fabulous and I'd do it again in a heartbeat (but I'd much prefer to be wearing the appropriate attire).
June 29, 2016