I added this penny tile as a backsplash to my newly updated kitchen. I used the white with a charcoal grout. I really like the look of it. The installation wasn't bad, but it wasn't really easy, either. They come on sheets, so it helps to keep things level, but not all of the sheets will be perfect, so you have to ensure you're keeping them aligned. The tiles come off the sheets very easily and are easily cut with good, quality tile nippers. They made the job so much easier. What I did not like is that the manufacturer sends virtually no instructions for installation, so you're on your own to figure out what to do. I found that people have installed penny tile on walls one of two ways: They either start with the rounds near the edges (which makes the edge circular so you have to keep this in mind for caulking) or they start half a tile up, then nip individual tiles in half so that they can have a straight edge (easier to caulk/seal). You'll have to decide which method is best for you. The only bad thing about the penny tile is that you're probably not going to find a lot of edge tiling that really complements the tile, so you need to think about this well before you start putting them up. These are harder to grout. Overall, great price here from HD and nice sheen to the tile after sealing.
High Quality of Material, Easy to Clean, Great Accent, Looks Great, Looks High End, Modern
No Instructions, difficult to grout