One sample per model, up to five different model samples per order.
This ultra modern interlocking tile is comprised of various sizes of silver and light black stainless steel and white glass pieces. There are two types of brush patterns on the stainless steel, the first being a straight snow matte linear brush pattern, and the second being a circular brushed pattern. The different steel brush patterns appear to give the stainless steel a different color because of the way the light reflects off the tile, when in fact both are a regular stainless steel color. The result is a visually stunning array of colors and textures which will surely make your wall pop. Use this steel and glass mixed mosaic on kitchen backsplashes, bathroom walls, fireplaces and even accent walls. The tiles in this sheet are mounted on a nylon mesh which allows for an easy installation.
0.98 SqFt. Per Sheet.How Do I Calculate My Square Footage?
Use this calculator below to determine how many sheets you will need for your project. Simply type the square footage of your project into the square footage field, then click on the "Calculate" button.
Please Note: It is recommended that you order at least 10% more sheets of tile to account for overages due to cutting mistakes and tile pattern fit. Simply multiply the "Sheets Required" number by 1.1 to determine the adjusted quantity to order.
Stainless Steel And Glass Mix
0.98 sq. ft.
Various Sizes (8mm thick)
Nylon Mesh Backing..
Mosaic Tile Installation Guide & FAQ
It is very important to ensure you use NON SANDED grout, which is grout without sand added to the mixture. Using regular sanded grout that is designed for most porcelain or ceramic tile will result in the surface of the tile being scratched.
As for the color of the grout, most use a light to medium gray grout color with stainless steel or aluminum mosaic tile, however the color that you choose is completely up to you.
Eden Mosaic Tile
This stainless steel mosaic tile is comprised of a real stainless steel "cap" attached to a ceramic backing. This provides two obvious advantages, the first being cost. Solid metal mosaic pieces would significantly increase the cost of the tile to an unattainable amount. Secondly, it would be very hard to cut a solid 8mm thick piece of stainless steel.