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Chips are the individual pieces that make up a mosaic. Chip sizes can be uniform or vary depending on the mosaic design.Varies
Waterproof and water-resistant designations refer to the product’s ability to withstand moisture and spills. Waterproof or water-resistant tile is suitable for all rooms in the house including kitchens, basements, and bathrooms. Some tile requires sealing during the installation process in order to withstand exposure to water. All tile must be installed properly for these conditions to be met.Water Resistant (with proper sealant)
Color variation describes the level of consistency in the stone’s appearance across tiles. This is measured on a scale of 1-4:
- Level 1 – Contains consistent background color with homogeneous veining.
- Level 2 – Includes some variation in veining intensity and background color.
- Level 3 – Signifies a significant variation of background hues, with a higher variation in vein frequency and movement.
- Level 4 – Denotes a wide array of color in background and prominent variation in veining, creating a dramatic visual.
The recommended grout line thickness for best results in a tile installation.1/16 - 3/8
Ceramic and Porcelain tiles do not require sealing prior to installation. Sealers can provide an enhanced look to your project, if desired. A sealer may be required for the grout, depending on the type of grout selected and installation application.Recommended
Installation type describes the method in which a product can be installed.Grout & Mortar
The surface for which the product can be installed upon. The surface should be clean, stable, and meet installation and warranty guidelines prior to installation.Floor/Wall
Inspired by nature, this flower shaped mosaic will infuse an organic design element into your home.
The stunning pattern in this waterjet mosaic is created using cutting edge technology to create new shapes and designs. The individual pieces are then carefully selected to make sure they are of the highest quality and are hand finished and blended together to create the final pattern.
Part of marble’s beauty is the intrinsic variation due to veining and movement present in each unique piece. Checking the material and blending the tiles to taste prior to installation is highly recommended.