620 Mediterranean Kitchen Tile
As you remodel your kitchen, one of the best ways to brighten up your mediterranean space is by adding in some tile. Whether it's used on backsplash, countertop or floor, tile can bring in some much-needed color, especially since cabinets and kitchen appliances are often neutral colors. As you consider what type to purchase, you must first decide where it will go — after all, mosaic tile looks great as a backsplash, but would be challenging to keep clean on a countertop or floor. Before you make your purchase, you should also consider the material, cost and practicality. Here are some tips to help with the research process. More
Timgad is a pattern inspired from the first stone mosaic ever crafted that utilized black space. This sumptuous mosaic pattern reflected the opulence of the North African Rome during the 3rd Century AD.
These hand-painted terra cotta tiles are amazing - and the company that makes them has mastered the art of the patina, making them look like they've been distressed from centuries of use. A variety of patterns and color combinations and sizes are available - good luck picking a favorite!
From Linda Paul Studio. This Tumbled Essentials Collection looks like tumbled travertine tile. You can create a whole backsplash of the metal tiles or just put a few in with your other tile as an accent as in the picture. We have matching borders, accents and mosain tile medallions with metal accents
Available through an authorized Landmark Metalcoat Dealer or by visiting our website at www.landmarkmetalcoat.com
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