I love the look of this tile in our newly remodeled kitchen! It's beautiful and we don't have a l...
November 21, 2017
I love the look of this tile in our newly remodeled kitchen! It's beautiful and we don't have a lot of it so we decided to do the herringbone pattern as pictured on the website. None of our tiles were broken as some other reviewers had mentioned (we ordered 27 sq ft). Be warned that it definitely has a blue hue to it so if you are looking for a true gray, this is not for you (note in the picture attached that the small sliver of paint to the right of the tile is a true gray). It worked out well for us because our granite is the Chesapeake Blue color from Home Depot and this tile complements it nicely. We had our contractor install the tile so did not do it ourselves but she gave us the following feedback: this tile is thicker than a typical subway tile so she had to go pick up a thicker blade for her tile saw; the tiles were made to have almost a handcrafted look and therefore are not exactly the same size so it made the process of spacing them evenly somewhat difficult. We've had it for about a month now and it cleans very easily. Overall, the tile looks great once installed and I would recommend it if you are willing to put in some extra effort.
Love the color and crackle look, but had issues with size. The tiles were not uniform in size. Also, the 1 square foot per case is with an assumed grout line, I ordered extra based on their sq ft estimate and still was short. Not getting a true 1 square foot is also a little bit of a rip off and deceitful.
The tile looks like I expected. Has a glazed crackled...
January 17, 2017
The tile looks like I expected. Has a glazed crackled finish. There were a few chipped pieces in my 35 sq/ft order. I only wish there was a bullnose available as well. The color seems to change from grey to blue to green depending on the lighting.
This is a BEAUTIFUL pale blue-ish grey tile in a glossy finish... The crackled glass look and fad...
April 09, 2018
This is a BEAUTIFUL pale blue-ish grey tile in a glossy finish... The crackled glass look and faded edges make it very interesting and different. The color seems to change depending on the surrounding colors. I think you could easily use any shade of grey, almost any blue, or a Seafoam green and it would look fabulous.
I ordered 100 square feet and lots of pencil liner molding. I think there was only 1 piece of pencil liner that was broken... Not bad at all!!
The installer had no problems with cutting the tile or installing. He is a professional contractor and had all the right tools... Also just for info purposes I used the light silver unsanded grout but I think any shade of grey would be fine. In fact when the grout gets wet it looks like a darker grey and it looks nice. When the any
My ONLY ISSUE was the amount of tile received versus what is in the description. These were not stocked at the local store so I had to order online. The tiles are 4" x 6" and come 6 in each box. So 1 box equals 2 square feet per box. These boxes are then placed in a grouping of 3 which I assume would be called a case and that would mean a total of 6 square feet per case. BUT the description states there are 5 Square feet so there was A LOT of confusion at the local store. Sometimes I received 3 boxes as a case and other times I received 2 boxed plus 2 loose individual tiles. It was a head hurter for all involved.
I AM APPEALING TO HOME DEPOT CUSTOMER SERVICE!! Check you description and adjust your website... One case should be 6 Square feet. It does not make sense any other way.
I installed glass sliding doors with brushed nickel hardware, a white marble hex floor, white beadboard walls with very pale grey paint above, and aqua color towels. The bath looks great!
If you are tossed between the different shades of gray that is offered online this is the subway ...
October 02, 2017
If you are tossed between the different shades of gray that is offered online this is the subway tile for you. I consider it as a medium gray. Depending on the lighting during the day the color changes into a slight grayish blue hue and sometimes to the point you see a touch of light green. The backsplash was the last step for my kitchen project, its perfect!!
I really like the color of the tile. However my tile installer found that some tiles varied in size by about 1/16. We were hoping to stack the tile in a herringbone pattern. Had to use 1/8 inch grout to adjust for gaps.