Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 35
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by McKenzie Great tile- terrible shipping
Love this tile for our bathroom floor. Ordered five cases and half of the tile was damaged (cracked in half or chipped or broken into pieces) Home Depot was GREAT about sending replacement tile. However the same issue happened and I had to order more replacement tile. Love how it looks but the shipping of the tile was terrible! Wish it was sold in stores!
September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gt81 Nice inexpensive tile but some flaws
Nice tile, but many had the same pattern repeated on the surface. I recommend going through the box and finding off-pattern tiles to lay sporadically so it looks more natural. Also, this was my first time laying tile and I highly recommend using a leveling system or take extreme care to make sure each tile is level with one another... or hire a professional (highly, highly, recommend). This was a very labor intensive and messy job being my first time. I screwed up in a few places, and while it looks good, you can feel some slightly low and slightly high spots when walking on it. If you opt to do it yourself, you'll need to spread thinset on the back of the tile too since these are large format, so make sure you buy enough mortar-nearly twice the coverage rate (floor+back of tile). I used Ditra uncoupling membrane for extra insurance against cracks and an extra 1/2" layer of plywood over my 3/4" plank subfloor. It feels very solid. Also take the time to pick out a grout color, wish I had gone with a darker gray to blend in with tile more.
January 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by checkers Love this tile
I had this installed on a bathroom floor. It looks wonderful! It must be easy to install as it was completely done in 8 hours from demo to clean-up. Most people put white grout with this, but it seemed to high maintenance to keep it looking good. I opted for a gray that matched exactly with a narrow grout line. I'm so glad I did. It looks great and will be much easier to maintain.
June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amyp Nice, neutral, good quality
Nice, neutral, good quality. Hopefully will not show doggie footprints and dirt.
May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by s4lori Absolutely love!!
We redid our small bathroom and after visiting about 12 tile stores, couldn't find anything to match the stacked stone tile I loved. Then I saw this tile online and gave it a chance.. it looks awesome! I love it. I had to order the bullnose from a company in CA, but it is beautiful! :) And let's not forget reasonable!
April 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JRLee Great Large Gray tile
Very nice gray tile. Went really well with our glossy white Ikea contemporary looking cabinets. We liked it with the kitchen that we also decided to use it in the front entry way too. But I thought was better looking in the kitchen. The white marbling in the tile is kind of subtle so makes for a more subtle impact which seem better for the kitchen instead of the front foyer entrance way. The contractor said the tile was harder to work with being so large so if you are doing it yourself it may be harder to cut without a tile saw that can fit such a large tile. Seem well made and thick and strong.
August 6, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hdizzle Great Floor Tile
This tile looks fantastic. It hides the dirt, dust, and hair. I don't feel like I need to clean it as much as I did the flooring in my old bathroom.
March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYNoob Gorgeous, Sturdy, and Reasonably Priced
No complaints here!
I installed these in my master bathroom. This was a first time solo tiling job for me (though I have witnessed and helped with others), and it went very smoothly.
These tiles are uniform in shape, size, and color. They cut cleanly, and they were easy to align and level.
I don't even have the grout down yet and they look fantastic. I think they look more expensive than they actually were.
I'm already making plans to install them in other rooms in the house.
I had them shipped to the store, and they were packed very well. There were zero unusable tiles.
January 5, 2016