Tile went up very well as a back splash in my kitchen. All the different colors went perfect with my copper sink, fixtures, and ceiling. Some of the copper colored tile really stand out and shine. They look beautiful! I used the mortar "earth".
Beautiful tile!! The installer had a more difficult time since we used so much of it. The gold and silver parts look like metals which adds some shine. It’s only been completed a week but seems easy to keep clean.
The picture does not do this tile justice. I used this for my kitchen backsplash. Kitchen had light tan counter, white cabinets, stainless sink and oil rubbed bronze table. Blended everything beautifully.
Most difficult tile I have ever installed, and I am a DIY'er, but have installed many different t...
July 29, 2018
Most difficult tile I have ever installed, and I am a DIY'er, but have installed many different types of tiles - this one is the worst. The irregular edges drove me insane to piece together, since I was rarely able to cut the tiles, to end with a straight edge. Having to cut the 1/2" skinny pieces at the top in half, is a tile saw accident waiting to happen. It was either that, or look at a half inch row of grout for the next 20 years.
first time working with mesh backing tile and doing a backsplash. The product was great and going around outlets are pretty easy with mesh tile. Having the variations of color on the tile helped a lot as well.
One note I'll make is if using a dark grout, I would recommend putting a sealer on it though as the stones did get stained just a little bit, not much, but did make them darker. Not the tiles issue, just a learning curve for us.