Zellige White Gloss 4"x4"
- Interior floors, walls, mudrooms, kitchen islands, entryway, backsplashes, fireplace surrounds, showers, steam rooms, decorative walls, and bathroom floors.
- Commercial and high traffic areas such as restaurants, bars, and offices.
- Stair risers.
- 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 freezing conditions, sloped floors in wet areas, stair treads, and commercial kitchens.
Zellige vs Clay Tile
The most prominent difference between zellige and other clay tiles lies in the beveled edges. The beveled edges of Zellige tiles allow for extremely narrow grout joints, which lets you create that desirable, uber-handmade look. More conventional clay tiles, such as our Talavera solid squares, are not beveled. Zellige tiles, are more unpredictable than regular clay tiles, meaning that the variation in size and thickness is higher.
Grout & Trim
Grout Product and Color
We recommend Mapei Ultracolor plus FA 38 Avalanche.
For the best look and easier installation, we recommend minimal grout spacing between 1/16”-1/18”. It is possible to just “butt joint” zellige tiles, without grouting in areas that do not experience moisture, but we’d like to be on the safe side and also here, recommend minimal grout joints.
For a clean and contemporary look, we recommend Schluter Schiene Satin Anodized Aluminium - 1/2. This sleek metal trim is paintable and available in various finish options.
For additional information on Schluter options, email us at email@example.com!