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Koydol Inc.
Sandstone Collection
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Evoke a rustic feel using our Sandstone series of metallic tiles. The collection recalls the earthy Australian stone and adds subtle metallic shimmer to suit a variety of application styles, whether in commercial or residential projects. Available in three sizes.
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“Basin” — inspiredstyling
Koydol Inc.
Palace marble Collection
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This luxurious natural stone tile sports rich veining, depth and the subtle translucency that marble is celebrated for. Koydol offers them in color palettes that range from milky white to deep brown or earthy red, making this an ideal material for residential, commercial, institutional or even stately
Koydol Inc.
Faux Travertine Collection
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Our Faux Travertine tile series is an affordable version of stylish, luxurious travertine marble. With a polished finish, these tiles may look pristine, but they withstand heavy traffic and are easy to maintain.
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“Faux travertine.” — michr64
Koydol Inc.
Double Collection
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two layers of porcelain before firing, Koydol introduces the Double Collection. The result is a durable tile that sports a rustic-yet-refined aesthetic created by the uneven dual-color melding. The tile comes in three different sizes for easily cladding floors, walls and counters.
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“Color” — Susan Ottolini
Koydol Inc.
King Crystal Collection
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porcelain layers before firing. This line, however, has either a pearlescent quality similar to opal or marble-like veining. Available in three sizes, the tiles come in a neutral color palette.
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Granite Transformations Atlanta
7 Reviews
White and/or Black Kitchen
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Engineered Stone
Tile Backsplash
“small layout” — anne dee
Arizona Designs Kitchens and Baths
3 Reviews
Bathrooms
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Stacked Stone can be used in a variety of applications. Here it is used as a backsplash behind the vanity in the master bath, Noric Construction, Tucson, AZ
especially the shower and tub surround? Similar tile? Different? We currently have the fiberglass surrounds.
What is the manufacturer and color of the stacked stone?
How did you mount the mirrors to the stone?
It is very Posh! Could you give me the info on the stacked stone? Man
What kimd of stone os this?
Can stacked stone, such as the Golden Gate Split Stone, be used in a shower?
How are the mirrors attached to the stacked stone
So if you don't grout the stacked stone, what do you use to stick it to the walls? I hate grouting/spacing
the country at The Tile shop.
“I like the cabinet with the towels in between” — phone12
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
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Hand scraped hardwood floor. Marble counter tops, traditional kitchen, crackle ceramic subway tile, farmhouse sink
Ceramic Tile - Walker Zanger- Mizu Pebb
Where can i order this tile? is there a close match?
What size tile are the backsplash?
We're thinking of using a 1x4 natural stone in our kitchen but I'm having trouble finding photos to convince me that the 1x4 won't look too long and skinny.
hi what brand of tile is this - i love it
beautiful kitchen! I'm looking at going to white kitchen cabinets, but keeping white appliances and need to add color - is this stone? can you tell me who makes it? Thanks!!
What is the specific name and brand of the subway tile used in this kitchen?
is this tile available in Canada (Toronto area)?
“Subway tiles” — Galen Garbarino-Wilson
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