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Restore 3 in. x 6 in. Ceramic Bright White Subway Tile (12.5 sq. ft. / Case)

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  • Timeless bright white subway wall tile
  • Ceramic tile for kitchen backsplashes, bathroom and shower walls
  • Pair it with coordinating white mosaic and wall tile
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$1.20 /sq. ft.
Covers 12.5 sq. ft.
$15.00 /case
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A classic 3 in. x 6 in. subway tile that's perfect for timeless backsplashes and feature walls in the kitchen, bathroom, shower and more. It's a true white ceramic wall tile in a traditional design and a new, modern color. Complete your project with coordinating tile in multiple sizes and shapes from the Restore Bright White collection for style, durability and easy care.
  • 12.50 sq. ft. 100 pieces per case; case weight equals 36.50 lbs.
  • Grade 1, first-quality ceramic tile for wall and backsplash use
  • 3 in. width x 6 in. length x 5/16 in. thick
  • Glazed glossy finish with high sheen and uniform variation in tone
  • Abrasion resistance level suitable for wall and backsplash use only
  • Non-Vitreous tile has water absorption of more than 7%
  • Slip-resistance level suitable for wall and backsplash use only
  • Not frost resistant
  • Residential and light commercial use
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  • Don't forget your coordinating restore collection of bright white wall tile, mosaics, bullnose and trim pieces as well as grout, backerboard, thinset and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • It is recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns.
  • Specially designed with lugs to create a grout joint, no spacers needed
  • Get your tile installed by The Home Depot




  • Daltile mosaic, floor and subway tile in many shapes and colors


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Price
$699
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/case
$2089
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$2320
/case
Ratings
(125)
(1563)
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(237)
Approximate Tile Size10x123x612x243x6
LocationBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Kitchen,ShowerBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Kitchen,ShowerBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,KitchenBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Kitchen,Shower
Tile FinishMatteGlossyMatteGlossy
Flooring LookMarble LookSubwayStone LookSubway
Application LocationFloor and WallWallFloor and WallWall
Tile FormatMosaicStandardLarge FormatStandard
Tile FeaturesChemical Resistant,Radiant/Underfloor Warming HeatingChemical ResistantChemical Resistant,Radiant/Underfloor Warming HeatingChemical Resistant
Mosaic PatternHoneycomb
Edge TypePressedPressedPressedPressed
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size
3x6
Product Length (in.)
6
Product Thickness (mm)
8
Product Width (in.)
3
Suggested Grout Line Size
1/16

Details

Application Location
Wall
Break Strength (lb.)
230
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
Bright White
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Edge Type
Pressed
Flooring Look
Subway
Flooring Product Type
Ceramic Tile
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Installation Method
Mortar
Location
Backsplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Kitchen,Shower
Minimum Acclimation Period
No Acclimation Required
Number of Tiles per Case
100
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Mid-Century,Minimalist,Modern,Transitional
Tile Features
Chemical Resistant
Tile Finish
Glossy
Tile Format
Standard
Tile Material
Ceramic
Water Protection
Waterproof

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year against manufacturing defects

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.7
    out of 1,564 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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Bathroom Remodel
Easy to work with and cuts well. We used a charcoal color grout which shows the slight imperfections on the cut side. But if done correctly this can be avoided. Overall, very happy with the outcome
by MrsG
Beautiful Tile
Used this beautiful white subway tile in both of my remodels for my new kitchen as a backsplash. Also, in my new master bathroom in the shower and on the walls. Love this tile.
by fabuess1
Picture talk by itself...
Picture talk by itself
by PAOLA
Love love love this look! Install is relatively simple if your familiar with tiling. We used this...
Love love love this look! Install is relatively simple if your familiar with tiling. We used this in our shower and are so happy we did. The smooth finish is nice to the touch and easy to clean.
by Sam
IF YOU’RE PARTICULAR, READ THIS!
Ok so I LOVE how this turned out. We did a full floor to ceiling curbless walk-in shower/wet room and it’s gorgeous IMO. BUT this tile requires careful inspection and install. Based on previous reviews, we inspected EVERY tile very thoroughly prior to placement and found MANY with chips, cracks and flawed edges. So many so that I marked them with a grease pencil to use as cut pieces. After eliminating those, we began install. We chose a 1/3 overlap pattern in what I would describe as a backwards stairstep bc when placed in ascending order (aka up then over, up then over going toward the right), your eyes were instantly drawn to what looked like stair steps… especially if you did 1/4 overlap since the up and over portions both equalled 4 inches. Our pattern was still up and over, but climbed to the left which mitigates the visual stair effect. NEXT the manufacturer specifies max overlap 1/3 bc of the variation in tile thickness. The middle of EVERY tile is thicker due to compression/manufacturing method. If you overlap 50 50 in a traditional brick pattern, you WILL see this hump in each tile and the result is unsightly as pointed out by other reviews. Last, but certainly not least, is cracking during/after install. We double studded all our walls and used hardibacker with redguard for waterproofing and crack mitigation and STILL had tiles crack. It’s almost unavoidable with tile of these dimensions… it’s long and narrow and if you push hard (which you need to do for good adhesion) some tiles will crack (always vertically… picture one hand on each end of a long tile). Some cracked during install. As this happened, we removed and replaced. The problem came with the tiles that cracked while the mortar dried!!! SUPER frustrating bc those hairline cracks became visible when we started to grout. We had to go ahead and grout bc we had mixed it all and there wasn’t much turning back, but we also didn’t realize just how many had cracked. About 1/12 :( after grouting, we took a diamond blade on an oscillating tool and painstakingly removed each cracked tile. VERY DUSTY, VERY HARD AND VERY SLOW. Some additional tiles were damaged during this horrendous venture nessecitating removal of additonal tiles…. prob 1/10 in the end. It was a learning process. We then regrouted and have this gorgeous shower, but I would probably have chosen 12x24 if I had known all this sooner. We were unable to remove one cracked tile due to it’s proximity to the ceiling and the fact it was mortared to the metal trim piece we used to finish the corner. We were afraid to damage that trim piece resulting in the need to remove it (and every tile attached to it) entirely!!! I would have died. It’s invisble to everyone, but us and i mostly forget about it, but i included a pic of it. SYNOPSIS: beautiful result, was it worth it? Thats debatable. Might’ve used different tile, if I had known bc I’m fearful of future cracks and the repair it will involve. We kept plenty of tile just in case ! I am resubmitting my review outside of the app so I can add more pics
by tMac
5 people found this helpful
IF YOU’RE VERY PARTICULAR, READ THIS!!
Ok so I LOVE how this turned out. We did a full floor to ceiling curbless walk-in shower/wet room and it’s gorgeous IMO. BUT this tile requires careful inspection and install. Based on previous reviews, we inspected EVERY tile very thoroughly prior to placement and found MANY with chips, cracks and flawed edges. So many so that I marked them with a grease pencil to use as cut pieces. After eliminating those, we began install. We chose a 1/3 overlap pattern in what I would describe as a backwards stairstep bc when placed in ascending order (aka up then over, up then over going toward the right), your eyes were instantly drawn to what looked like stair steps… especially if you did 1/4 overlap since the up and over portions both equalled 4 inches. Our pattern was still up and over, but climbed to the left which mitigates the visual stair effect. NEXT the manufacturer specifies max overlap 1/3 bc of the variation in tile thickness. The middle of EVERY tile is thicker due to compression/manufacturing method. If you overlap 50 50 in a traditional brick pattern, you WILL see this hump in each tile and the result is unsightly as pointed out by other reviews. Last, but certainly not least, is cracking during/after install. We double studded all our walls and used hardibacker with redguard for waterproofing and crack mitigation and STILL had tiles crack. It’s almost unavoidable with tile of these dimensions… it’s long and narrow and if you push hard (which you need to do for good adhesion) some tiles will crack (always vertically… picture one hand on each end of a long tile). Some cracked during install. As this happened, we removed and replaced. The problem came with the tiles that cracked while the mortar dried!!! SUPER frustrating bc those hairline cracks became visible when we started to grout. We had to go ahead and grout bc we had mixed it all and there wasn’t much turning back, but we also didn’t realize just how many had cracked. About 1/12 :( after grouting, we took a diamond blade on an oscillating tool and painstakingly removed each cracked tile. VERY DUSTY, VERY HARD AND VERY SLOW. Some additional tiles were damaged during this horrendous venture nessecitating removal of additonal tiles…. prob 1/10 in the end. It was a learning process. We then regrouted and have this gorgeous shower, but I would probably have chosen 12x24 if I had known all this sooner. We were unable to remove one cracked tile due to it’s proximity to the ceiling and the fact it was mortared to the metal trim piece we used to finish the corner. We were afraid to damage that trim piece resulting in the need to remove it (and every tile attached to it) entirely!!! I would have died. It’s invisble to everyone, but us and i mostly forget about it, but i included a pic of it. SYNOPSIS: beautiful result, was it worth it? Thats debatable. Might’ve used different tile, if I had known bc I’m fearful of future cracks and the repair it will involve. We kept plenty of tile just in case ! I would add more pics if I could
by tMac
2 people found this helpful
Brightens up the space!...
Brightens up the space!
by KELLY
very fragile and dimensions way off of nominal 12"x4", it messed up plans for combining this with...
very fragile and dimensions way off of nominal 12"x4", it messed up plans for combining this with 12"x24" floor tiles, grout lines didn't match..
by LB
2 people found this helpful
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Rehabbed my son's bathroom adding the 3 x 12 bright white subway tile. Matched well with the buil...
Rehabbed my son's bathroom adding the 3 x 12 bright white subway tile. Matched well with the builder grade 4 x 4 shower tile as I didn't re-do the shower, added mosaic accent and will re-grout white 4 x 4 tile with light grey, new peel stick floor over linoleum using a special floor primer, added contact adhesive to make sure that sticks, new paint, new faucet, new lighting, gel stained cabinetry over ugly oak, new double shower rod Moen. I am a 60 year old woman and a do-it-yourselfer. Just have to finish trim using pvc corner round at Home Depot to sand/paint to be used as floor trim against tub and walls.
by J123
1 person found this helpful
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