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Laguna Bay 12 in. x 12 in. Cream Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile (14.53 sq. ft. / case)

  • Perfect for kitchen and bathroom floors
  • Travertine look ceramic floor and wall tile
  • Pair it with coordinating mosaic tile for a complete look
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Product Overview

The TrafficMASTER Laguna Bay Cream 12 in. x 12 in. Ceramic Tile is Grade 1 stonework designed for floor, wall and countertop use. It is ideal for medium-duty residential floors, including kitchens, halls, corridors, balconies and terraces. The cream-colored tile has a slight variation in tone and a smooth, glazed finish that is easy to keep clean. It is moderately slip resistant for versatile use throughout the home.
  • 14.53 square feet, 15 pieces per case. Case weight is 53 lbs
  • Grade 1, first-quality ceramic tile for floor, wall and countertop use
  • 12 in. width x 12 in. length x 5/16 in. thick
  • Glazed smooth finish with a medium sheen and a slight variation in tone
  • Class 3 abrasion resistance - suitable for floor applications with medium to heavy foot traffic
  • Semi-vitreous tile has water absorption of more than 3% but less than 7% for indoor use
  • DCOF greater than or equal to 0.42 – Slip-resistance meets requirements for use on dry, or wet, level floors. Not recommended for shower floors due to tile size. All products manufactured by TrafficMASTER meet or exceed the requirements of the ANSI standard
  • Not frost resistant
  • Residential and commercial use
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  • Don't forget your coordinating trim pieces, grout, backerboard, thinset and installation tools
  • All online orders for this item ship via parcel ground and may arrive in multiple boxes
  • Recommended you purchase a minimum of 10% overage to account for design cuts and patterns
  • Get your tile installed by The Home Depot

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Ratings
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Approximate Tile Size12x1212x1212x2412x24
LocationBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Floor,Kitchen,ShowerBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Floor,Kitchen,ShowerBacksplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Floor,Garage,Kitchen,ShowerBathroom,Floor,Kitchen,Shower
Flooring LookStone LookStone LookStone LookStone Look
Tile FinishGlossyMatteMatteMatte
Tile FormatStandardStandardLarge FormatLarge Format
Edge TypePressedPressedRectifiedRectified
Application LocationFloor and WallFloor and WallFloor and WallFloor and Wall
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Specifications

Dimensions

Approximate Tile Size
12x12
Product Length (in.)
12
Product Thickness (mm)
8
Product Width (in.)
12
Suggested Grout Line Size
3/16

Details

Application Location
Floor and Wall
Break Strength (lb.)
251
Color Family
Beige
Color/Finish
Cream
Commercial / Residential
Commercial / Residential
DCOF Rating
Greater than or equal to 0.42
Edge Type
Pressed
Flooring Look
Stone Look
Flooring Product Type
Ceramic Tile
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Location
Backsplash,Bathroom,Fireplace,Floor,Kitchen,Shower
Number of Tiles per Case
15
Returnable
180-Day
Style
Farmhouse,Mediterranean,Mediterranean,Mission,Modern,Rustic,Southwestern,Transitional
Tile Features
Chemical Resistant,Radiant/Underfloor Warming Heating,Waterproof
Tile Finish
Matte
Tile Format
Standard
Tile Material
Ceramic
Total Square Footage Covered
15
Water Protection
Waterproof

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-year against manufacturing defects

Questions & Answers

58Questions18Answers

can you put tile in oven?

Asked by 0810 November 23, 2020
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It's hard to answer this question usefully without more information- what kind of oven, how hot, what you'll be doing with the tile, etc. However, in general, remember that porcelain is fired at very high temperatures, around 2000F and very few ovens go that high. Porcelain must have room to expand at high temps and sudden extreme temperature changes, like an ice cube on a very hot tile, can crack it. The best answer is to point out this tile is very cheap- buy a few pieces and experiment under the conditions you want the tile to perform. Be careful- don't burn yourself and use personal protective equipment.

Can this tile be used for walls in shower/bathtub. Easy to maintain?

Asked by Lynn October 20, 2020
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I would get something with a high gloss. This is pretty matte and will be harder to clean.

I need 310 sq. ft. but would like to order 2 extra boxes. How many boxes do I need to buy?

Asked by Blondie October 12, 2020
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It states that each box is 14.53 sq ft. I just went down to 14 sq ft = 1 box 14 sq ft x 13 boxes = 325 sq ft covered. And then two extra boxes. Buy 15 boxes

Does this tile come in 16 x 16?

Asked by cmm August 17, 2020
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I've never seen anything but 12 x 12 square and 12 x 3 bullnose and I've probably gone through more Laguna Bay than anyone you know. Remember, anything you can do with 16 x 16, you can do with 12 x 12, although it may take a bit longer. Laguna Bay is such a good value for the $$ that you can afford a bit more time. I just wish they'd come out w/ something a bit smaller- I like to use it for bathrooms in rental units and smaller would be a bit more slip resistant. I notice the description mentions "Ivory." Ignore that- it's cream.

what is the PEI for this tile

Asked by flowers June 17, 2020
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The PEI isn't listed, but if you click on the Specifications, it loads a .pdf which describes classes of abrasion resistance that seem to correspond to the PEI ratings. This tile has a Class 3 rating. Personally, I've used this tile successfully in a slab-on-grade application in rentals, bathrooms, entries and kitchens. I'd prefer a smaller tile size or higher DCOF for bathrooms, but there haven't been any problems so far. If you have a free edge, such as meeting a carpet, I'd recommend a Schluter type aluminum extrusion (available at HD) to protect the edge of the tile.

I would like to use this tile for my bathroom floor. I would also like to get this same color/st...

Asked by tileman May 13, 2020
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I think using them both on the floor and the counter tops may be a bit much, but not sure if I saw v-caps when I purchased it. What about one of those cultured marble pieces with the same color palette?

can home depot install the tile for me .

Asked by cynthia April 12, 2020
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Yes they can. Easy to set up and it’s good work

Is there a 16 X 16 for Laguna Bay Cream , i have a floor using it and some tiles need replacement...

Asked by Jorge November 21, 2019
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I've set a lot of Laguna Bay 12x12 tile & I've never see 16x16. At a guess you have something similar, maybe https://www.homedepot.com/p/TrafficMASTER-Island-Sand-Beige-16-in-x-16-in-Ceramic-Floor-and-Wall-Tile-15-5-sq-ft-case-UE4L/202193405?MERCH=REC-_-visuallysimilar_1_0-_-202193314-_-202193405-_-N

I'm putting this in a 5x5 bathroom. Floor and inside shower. How many cases will I need.

Asked by Tm September 17, 2019
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If the shower is 8 ft tall and you are going to the ceiling, you will need 8 cases if you have 3 walls. I do not recommend using the 12x12 tile on the floor. It will be slick and increase the chances of a fall. get a 2x2 tile that matches for the floor--25 sq ft. plus sloping toward the drain is a 'bear' with the big tiles.

what is the weight of one case? (15 tiles)

Asked by Sebastian August 28, 2019
1
Answer

Per the Product Overview, case weight is 53 lbs.

Laguna Bay 12 in. x 12 in. Cream Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile (14.53 sq. ft. / case) - page 2

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Accent goes along way with these tiles. 1st time using these. I like them... very light and simple to install.
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I am in love with this tile. A beautiful bay cream that doesn't look yellowed or dingy. I used li...
I am in love with this tile. A beautiful bay cream that doesn't look yellowed or dingy. I used linen colored grout to finsh. A perfect match that really brightened my front entry and small half bath. Not to mention at a price you can't beat!
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If you have the last model "Sanibel" and you cannot find it again... it's matching!
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Love my tile. Put in sunroom.what a difference the room is with this beautiful tile.
Love my tile. Put in sunroom.what a difference the room is with this beautiful tile.
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Good quality tile easy to install
Good quality tile easy to install
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Very nice and solid tiles. Looks very good after we layered it in the laundry room.
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We have about 9k sq feet of this tile in our rental. Half of it was already there when we bought ...
We have about 9k sq feet of this tile in our rental. Half of it was already there when we bought the place. A few broke due to poor installation by the last guy(thinset voids under the tile) Installed correctly, it should last forever, really. Use a good thinset and attach the concrete board extremely well if your subfloor is wood. Try to buy from the same store/pallet since the sizes can vary, but that's true for any tile.
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Very easy to work with and at a more than reasonable price. I used them for an additional bathroo...
Very easy to work with and at a more than reasonable price. I used them for an additional bathroom in my basement and the result was very good. I will definitely will recommend them.
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looks great. My contractor installed it about 2 weeks ago and we love it.
looks great. My contractor installed it about 2 weeks ago and we love it.
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