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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by MrsC Beautiful tile
Beautiful tile, easier to install and to cut than expected...it was cut with a wet saw. The only complaint the stainless knocked off the back porcelin tile but it only happened twice. When making a smaller cut. The price advertised online was slightly cheaper than in store but I was in a rush and didn't have time to address it...the job was completed and the kitchen looks stunning.
June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by oldwestporthouse Elegant for backsplash with white countertops and white kitchen cabinets.
We have a 1940s era white kitchen with 2010s era metro gris dark gray tile floors. We wanted to give it some pizzazz ... so we were looking for a backsplash that would be sleek and modern without clashing with the vintage vibe. The meta subway stainless steel tile on the backsplash was just what we needed. We used the darkest grout we could find ... charcoal grout. This is because we noticed that we liked how it looked before any grout was applied ... when all you could see was shadows between the tiles. I'm so glad we went with the charcoal grout. It looks great! As a bonus, the charcoal grout doesn't show stains. And the stainless steel tiles are easy to clean.
April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Angie Stainless Steele Excellence
This product was easy to apply and easy to cut, love.
March 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by littlesuperstar Gorgeous kitchen backsplash
This was exactly the tile we needed to pull our industrial style kitchen together. We used platinum colored grout and it's perfect. It's kind of a nightmare to clean because it's stainless but once it's polished it's amazing!
March 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by justonelittleissue The specifications are confusing. It looks like is it $14.95 a Square Foot, but it is actually $17 or 18 a Square Foot, little misleading.
If the specifications would be cleared up. The product is not as it is described. I am not good at math but can measure. The sheet covers 0.83 Square Feet, so I think that makes it $16SF? I suppose it is almost 20% more than $14.95, let's be fair and say 17%. Then the price would be $17.50 a Square Foot.
Either way, you can see in their specs they say 12x12" which is what I was going with. But that was wrong. I should have done more research "caveat emptor".
But if they could correct that spec it would be good, also clarify it is $17 or $18 a Square Foot underneath would be really helpful instead of having to do all this math.
Really easy fix.
#1. Put on the cost per square foot = $17.50 a square foot (that is a guess)
#2. Change the spec page
November 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dmoney Very satisfied
The tiles look great, and were exactly what I was expecting
February 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Robin wow factor
Love the high end modern look of the tile. Its a bit more reflective than I thought. Wish it was more of a satin finish. Arrived quickly and cheaper than other stainless tiles. Make sure the you cut the tile with a wet saw and use plastic tools and nonsanded grout because the tile can scratch. Also use edge trim at any open edge that does not end at a corner. Avoid using aluminum because it reacts to stainless steel.
May 7, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Candace Kitchen backsplash
I was nervous about finding the right person to install this. I must have had about eights estimates from installers! My husband was having enough of it and just wanted it done. I was worried because the prior jobs for our kitchen renovation had not gone stress-free. Some installers appeared to not have worked with this tile and expressed concern over cutting it and having edges smooth.
Love the end result. We purchased a stainless steel strip from a tile store for the transition from the stainless steel to glass tile (They're also available at HD), and love the results. Just make sure you order 10% more. I mistakenly ordered just enough and had only 3 individual 1'x2" pieces left over. If there hadn't been enough, I would have had to order it and the job would have been delayed. We used the Polyblend non-sanded grout in Delorean Gray.
There is another meta subway stainless steel tile available from HD, but the description said it wasn't as shiny. This went well with our stainless steel appliances and I think anything less shiny wouldn't have looked as nice. It's has the same sheen as our ss appliances.
p.s. Also purchased glass subway tile from HD.
October 9, 2013