A: Hi! Our Twenties Circle is currently only available in the black and white color tone. We do offer another product with a similar geometric pattern in blue that may be a suitable alternative. You can find our Caprice Colors Sapphire here, https://thd.co/2Y2ml48. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652.
A: It covers 0.42 square feet per box.
A: Hi! Our Twenties Circle is currently sold individually and each piece covers 0.42 sq. ft. If you have any further questions, please reach out to our Customer Service Team at (800)-963-7652.
A: Hi Karen, If you were looking to finish off our Twenties Circle, you could go with a pencil trim, a bullnose, or Schluter Trim which is offered at The Home Depot! We wouldn’t recommend using a pencil trim as the top option as some pencil trims do not have finished edges and may not be intended to be used as a finishing piece. If you would like to go with a bullnose, we have a few within the Twenties series https://thd.co/2N1HoNS. These have all of the same technical data as the Twenties Circle, so you would have no issue using these together in that regard! If the bullnose options aren’t what you’re looking for, we would suggest looking into Schluter Trim http://thd.co/1qBLqjw which can be found at The Home Depot. Please keep in mind that although the Twenties Circle and bullnoses are in the same series, they do not come from the same dye lot. As a result of this, the tones of white, black and grey might not match up perfectly. We would recommend purchasing a few pieces of the bullnoses, and a piece of Twenties Circle, and see if they work for your installation. Home Depot offers a 90-day return policy on all unused items returned in the full quantity they were sold. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652. Hope this helps!
A: Hi Kim, Yes, you can install our Twenties Circle underneath a washing machine! The break strength that is provided in the “Specifications” section doesn’t necessarily refer to the maximum weight capacity a tile can withstand after it has been installed. What this refers to, is how much weight an unsupported tile can hold; unsupported meaning that it has no subfloor beneath it. This is found by a factory test that puts weight in one small point on the tile until the tile breaks. The point used is even smaller than the small feet on a typical claw foot tub for reference. Even if the tile is strong enough, an installation is not strong without a proper subfloor. The setting material used also contributes to the strength of the installation. Installing on an unleveled floor could result in cracking. Being as a washing machine can be quite heavy, it is also best to assure that the joists and subfloor can support this type of weight. To determine if the joists and subfloor can support the weight, check out an online deflection calculator. If you don’t feel comfortable using one of the calculators, consult with a contractor to assist you with this. If you have any further questions, please give us a call at (800)-963-7652. Hope this helps!