Description: This Moroccan mosaic tile is part of our Trend Mosaics Collection. It is a diamond shape that is made to fit in any space greater than 6 inches or 150 mm. We also offer custom fitting which means that we will assemble the tiles from your entire order based on your space dimensions including trim, border and fittings and ship it in a few medium size sections without grout and that can be installed easily.
Size: Approx. 10.65"x12.65" or 270 mm x 320 mm assembled in rigid panels as shown in drawing . Thickness is 5/8" or 17 mm.
Applications: Ideal for bathroom wainscot, showers, kitchen backsplash. Can also be used as a mosaic border, base board, around columns, mosaic table, fountain, etc. If you have a special application, contact us and we will be more then happy to work with you.
How to Order
A- Select colors for your mosaic
As shown in main product photo: Beige #5 and white #19.
Custom colors. Select your color combination from our numbered color palette. When you chose custom colors, we will work with you or you designer in order to achieve your desired coloration once we receive your order.
B- Choose assembly option
Interlocking panels tile is made in non grouted panels that fit perfectly together
Custom fitted based on your dimensions. We require width and length of area you need to tile with drawings, sketch and/or photos. Pros for this option is that you pay exactly based on your dimensions and dont need to order extra for waste. You will also save on installation costs and ensure it is installed right and authentically.
Timeline: 4 to 12 weeks depending on quantity including production and shipping timelines
Ordering samples: Call or email us if you want to order samples. You will be charged unit price and shipping.
Returns:This beautiful tile will be made especially for you. Therefore this sale is final and we will not accept any returns or exchanges.
Samples: You may order samples online.
Questions: e-mail us at email@example.com
This Moroccan tile is 100% Handmade by highly skilled artisans in Morocco using the same techniques used to make tile and mosaics in the infamous Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain in the 13th century.