[Limited Edition] Antique Espanola Southwest Desert Stain Sealed Tile 12"

$4.88
    Limited Edition items are special batches of material that will no longer be produced in these color combinations. When the stock availability depletes, they will be discontinued, so please be sure to order enough overage for your project.
    • Size: 12″
    • Finish: Southwest Desert Stained | Gloss Sealed
    • Texture: Antique
    • Thickness: 5/8"
    • 1 sq.ft: 2 pcs
    • Variation: V3 (Moderate Variation)

    Pairs with [Limited Edition] Terracotta Antique Southwest Desert Stain Sealed Stair Coping 12"

      Want to Sample? Order 2-4 pieces to understand the variation of handmade tile.

      In stock - 4 week transit time

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      *We highly recommend adding 15%-20% overage to account for tile cuts, potential breakage, or future repairs.

      Total pcs

      Box

      Total sq.ft.

      Usage

      Recommended for

      - Interior floors, walls, mudrooms, kitchen islands, entryways, backsplashes, fireplace surrounds, bathroom floors, and decorative walls.

      - Commercial and high-traffic areas such as restaurants, bars, and offices.

      - Stair risers and stair treads.

      - Some outdoor applications, such as patio floors under a covered area. Outdoor kitchens and showers in warmer climates and most areas not directly exposed to freezing conditions.

      Avoid use in

      - Areas exposed to harsh freezing conditions, sloped floors in wet areas, and shower floors.

      How it's made

       

      Grout

      Grout Product and Color

      For a more traditional, larger grout joint style installation, consider using Saltillo specific gray groutFor a more conventional installation, we recommend Mapei Ultracolor Plus FAFor additional information, please read our blog.

      Grout Joints

      Depending on the desired look, you can use grout joint spacers up to ¾.” We recommend a minimum spacing of 1/4”. For additional information, please read our blog.