Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 106
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DEBBIE ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS !!
Attached are pictures that explain my review - Room is 15' 1" x 11' 8" - enclosed porch - Florida.
The tile comes in 5 different colors of same pattern. I designed a pattern for installation (see picture). I bought 16 boxes (and returned 1 box). Having extra box helped match pattern.
This was my first tiling job. Started in middle of room on caulk lines (see picture).
Grout does get into groves of the tile. I kept that look (instead of wiping off all that extra grout.) Thus, the edges of the tile are virtually impossible to see (see picture).
The tile is not flat on the top. Does take a lot of extra wiping to remove grout from tile.
I did seal the tile and grout after installation. I am SO glad I did. It REALLY made a difference (see picture). Definitely worth the extra day of work and drying time.
December 26, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RBinHardy Looks great but not for the amateur
We got the look we wanted with this tile. But I wouldn't recommend for a first-time tiling job like it was for me, especially in a large room (600+ sqft). If you get even slightly out of square or level, you'll need to use grout. And the faux grout indentions between the pseudo stones of each tile hold the real grout and must be scraped out. This added much more time to the installation than expected and left visible signs of the tile edges that are supposed to be hidden. Also, be sure to order plenty of tile. I was a few pieces short and had to order two more boxes. Of course Home Depot ran out of stock and I had to order from a different supplier. The color on those tiles was noticeably darker than the first batch. Definitely a job for more experienced installers.
September 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ruthie Really looks like stone rocks.
The installation was tricky due to the wavy edges. I had a professional do the work. I used a grout color that blended in with the stone color called linen pre- mixed grout, so it looked seamless. The actual color of the tiles are a little brighter than what is shown online. I put the tile in my bath area and it butted up to an old tile that extended out to the other bathroom walls. A nice grout line was all that was needed. The thickness of the tile is closer to three-eighths of an inch ( The online description shows only a quarter inch). I am very happy with the outcome!
February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Charly Absolutely LOVE this tile!
I looked high and low for a tile that looked like a continuous rock formation. This one caught my eye but because it was only available online I ordered one box to see it in person. It is better looking in person and I love that the grout lines are not prominent. We are so happy with the end result that the fact this tile was so affordable is just the cherry on top!
June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dee123 WOW!!!! Changed my whole bathroom. Love this tile!!!
I had what I called a "gas station bathroom" cracked tub, dirty linoleum, cracks in the wall, a window 3 feet by three feet in the middle of my shower. It was awful. My handy man plugged up the window, put in a fiberglass wall, we got a jet tub, new sink, painted, and what really took the cake was this tile floor. It appears seamless and like a rock floor... Just beautiful. Only con is that you really need a pro to install it. But that is what Mario is for... He only charged me $2000 for 14 days of work with 2 men.
July 22, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FDB Looks great, but was a lot of work!
This tile requires "commitment". I would not recommend it to a first time tiler. First you'll need the BIG tile saw from the rental yard. Even then, since many of the first cuts are to create straight edges and the saw only takes 13 inches to the left of the blade, an extension to the right side of the table will be a big help. My project was a small space (only 70 sq ft) with a stairway to tile under. As a result I had a lot of cutting to do. Then came the grout. I used 1/16 in grout lines, which really looks great when finished. The disappear into the lines on the tile. However, the grout fills those lines along with the gaps in the tile and has to be carefully removed when sponging the tile off. Hay, it looks great! Like most of my other projects, I always say not to look too close. But it was a lot of work!
December 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Great Tile
I selected this tile because I wanted a stone look and texture. The wavy edges mask the straight-edge "tile" aspect and offered a continuous surface look by using a grout that matches the pre-fab "grout" of the tile. Be aware that it takes cutting and thus more tile when conforming to straight edges of walls and floors. My estimates came up a full 7 tiles short to complete a small bathroom. Fortunately I was able to quickly order another box. The other downside to this tile is that it is sold by the box only (7 tiles) and now I have 5 leftover. Overall I am more than pleased with the results of my bathroom. We combined it with leftover ceramic tile from another bathroom project using it for part of the shower wall and the entire bathroom floor.
May 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Icegoddess Saved us from remodeling.
We had the very common wax ring leak under our commode causing us to have to tear out the tile to fix the rotten wood underneath. Since our existing tile is over 10 years old, there is no way to find more of it for the repair. I found this tile and thought that it would complement our existing tile instead of looking like we did a bad matching job. We couldn't be happier. We did not install it ourselves. We had the handy man who was doing the repairs install it. At first he seemed pleased that we had such large tiles. However, he ended up complaining that it was very difficult to work with because there were no straight lines to it. Even so, it came out beautifully. We used the grout recommended on the page for this tile, I think it was Linen, and it matches perfectly. It is quite difficult to see the grout lines even when you know where they should be.
September 13, 2013