Tile update — Pam found…

Tile update -- Pam found a few more options at Home Depot, and Kev found a few more at LuxeTile. Need to see them in person, but these seem potentially promising:

Merola cobalt blue porcelain penny round, Home Depot, $6.95 sq. ft.

Merola cobalt blue porcelain square tile, Home Depot, $6.50 sq. ft.

Merola blue cloud porcelain pebble, Home Depot, about $7 sq. ft. (Kev thinks these may just look cheap in person)

Luxetile 2" ceramic blue hexagon, $5.95 sq. ft. (minimum order 100 sq. ft.)

Luxetile 3/4" porcelain blue hexagon mosaic, $7.30 sq. ft. (minimum order 50 sq. ft.)

I need to call tomorrow to find out if the latter two are floor-rated. And I need to see samples in person. But I definitely prefer the look of these to the Menard's tiles. What do you think?

8 thoughts on “Tile update — Pam found…”

  1. I LOVE the 3/4″ hex tiles. I think it’s the variation in the color that makes them work for me.

    I can’t wait to see your home when you’re done with all this, Mary Anne. We seem to have a similar aesthetic sense, so I’m pretty sure I’ll just drool 🙂

  2. I was scrolling through this, thinking yeah, that wouldn’t be bad, sure, not bad, uh-huh, yep—

    and then I got to the 2″ hex tiles and I said, out loud: “Ooooh.” Or words to that effect.

    Looks gorgeous from that photo. Makes me want to redo my bathroom with those.

  3. Just a note that the LuxeTile is floor-rated for residential use. Woohoo! Ordered a sample, should be here soon, hopefully before we leave for Xmas in CA.

    Still hope to stop by Home Depot soon.

  4. I’m going to be a spoilsport & note that glass tile can be very slippery on a bathroom floor. If you’re going to have little kids splashing & sploshing in the tub, then running (or even walking) across the floor, it’s worth thinking about the surface texture of the tile & how much “grip” it will offer little feet when it’s wet.

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