Marble Ceramic Corporation sell these beautiful marble tiles. Commonly used in: Bathrooms Kitchens marble tiles
Marble Ceramic Corporation sell these beautiful black and gold marble tile. Commonly used in: Bathrooms Kitchens
Marble Ceramic Corporation sell these beautiful marble tile. Commonly used in: Bathrooms Kitchens
TileBar offers these handcrafted glass tiles. An innovative composition of crisp White Thassos and Blue Glass presented in a distinct interlocking pattern, this dynamic waterjet mosaic is guaranteed to be a timeless addition to your home for many years to come. Designed from the highest quality material, this unique selection exudes class and an enduring…
TileBar offers these handcrafted glass tiles. The Silent Storm finds White Carrara and White Thassos marble paired with polished white glass which allows it to work in a wide variety of settings, from modern to contemporary. glass tiles
TileBar offers these Handcrafted glass, mosaic tiles, recycled tiles. Halcyon Ice Rink will add a timeless appeal to a variety of traditional, transitional, or contemporary settings. These sustainable mosaics make for excellent eco-friendly backsplashes and can also be used in kitchens, bathrooms, showers, fireplace surrounds, pools and spas.
TileBar offers this glass, marble tile. The exotic beauty of these mosaics lies in the color contrasts drawn out by light as only marble can do. Available in 3 distinct colorways, as well as in a Square or Brick format Inspired by the beautiful beaches of Orange County, California, the Laguna Series is vibrant, colorful,…
TileBar offers these Handcrafted glass, marble wildflower tile. The exotic beauty of these mosaics lies in the color contrasts drawn out by light as only marble can do.
“Marmoreo” ceramic/porcelain tile from Amber Tiles Capable of bearing immense weight, marble was a favoured building material in architecture during the ancient Egyptian and Mesopotamian times. To date, it has been used in some of the world’s remarkable buildings and the Parthenon, which was built in the sixth century BC still stands today, a testimony…
“Noir Saint Lauren” marble tile from Granite Warehouse.