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Elite Pencil Matt Black And White Mosaic Tiles

  • £98.99
  • £110.99
Total

 

These Elite Pencil Matt Black And White Mosaic Tiles offer a cost effective way to completely transform your kitchen or bathroom with the use of mosaics. Manufactured and designed to follow the popular brick bond format, these long and thin mosaics offer intricacy and charm. With the benefit of being made form porcelain, these tiles are not just suitable for the walls, but can also be used on the floor as well.

Mosaics are ideal for making a room seem larger than what it is and great to use to create a feature within an otherwise plain room.

Mosaic tiles have always been at the forefront of interior design as, they offer a compelling stylish and modern approach to covering wall spaces. Mosaic tiles work as a brilliant feature piece, complete bathroom wall covering, kitchen splash back or floor tiles.

Each Elite Pencil Matt Black And White Mosaic Tile sheet measures 34.7cm x 30cm. These tiles are sold per m2, per sheet and samples!

Our recommendations for these Mosaic Tiles

Adhesive - Rapid Set Flexible White Adhesive using a 3mm trowel and 1 bag per 7m2 add this to basket by clicking here

Grout - We recommend our White Grout for these tiles one 5kg bag will cover approximately 4m2.  

Specifications

 

Name Elite Pencil Matt Black And White Mosaic Tiles
Made From Porcelain
Size 34.7cm Long x 30cm Wide
Depth 4mm
Colour White/Black

Requires Sealing

No
Sheets Per M2 9.6
Rectified Edge N/A
Finish Matt
Suitable For Interior Use Yes
Suitable For Exterior Use No
Anti-Slip Rating N/A
Suitable For Underfloor Heating Yes
Suitable For Floors Yes
Suitable For Walls Yes
Weight Per Sheet 1.5kg
Individual Mosaic Tile Size

    Recommended Uses

    Kitchen Wall Tiles, Bathroom Wall Tiles, Shower Cubicle Tiles, Feature Wall Tiles, Splashback Tiles, Wet Room Tiles,

     

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