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29.8x29.8cm Montrose Mosaic

by TCS
£14.99 per sheet
£14.99 sheet

Choose up to 3 different tile samples for free. If the tile is large in size you will receive an off cut approx 10x10cm

Sheets per sq. metre 11  
Price per Sq. Metre £164.89
Dimensions of sheet 300x300 mm 
Dimensions of piece 23 & 47 mm
Thickness 7 mm
Material Glass/Metal
Colour Silver/Brown  
Finish Gloss
Texture Flat  
Wall or Floor tile Wall Mosaic  
Area Indoor
Glazed ⓘ The coat of enamel or liquid glass that is applied to ceramic and porcelain tiles. Glazed tiles are non-absorbent so do not require sealing. N/A
Requires Sealing ⓘ unglazed tiles will absorb liquid, which will lead to staining. Thus it’s necessary to apply a protective sealant to unglazed tiles. No
Frost proof ⓘ Different types of floor tiles have different water absorption rates. porcelain tiles are engineered to be frost proof in temperatures below zero as they don’t absorb water (non porous). N/A
Rectified edge ⓘ Has been mechanically cut or ground down to an exact size. The edges are usually precisely cut at a square 90-degree angle. N/A
Underfloor heating N/A
Anti slip ⓘ Slip rating given to determine how slippy a tile is. R9 has a small degree of slip resistance, right up to R13, which is the highest slip resistance.
R9 and R10 values are often used for domestic situations such as bathrooms and kitchens.
N/A
PEI rating ⓘ PEI ratings help you determine the hardness and durability of floor tile.
PEI 3 Light to moderate (normal) traffic.
PEI 4 Moderate to heavy traffic.
N/A
Fire hearths / surround No
Trim size 8-10 mm
Supplier TCS
Manufacture Code 12114PK10  

The Montrose 30x30 multi-sized mosaic.

A mixed finish mosaic which uses coloured glass and stainless steel to create a striking bathroom feature. Some glass pieces feature a textured rippled surface which catches the light. The mosaic comes on a fine mesh to help with fixing and can be cut down to lay the mosaic in strips instead of whole sheets.

Despite the development of high-definition digitally printed wall tiles, mosaics are still popular in kitchens and bathrooms. Mosaics can break up featureless walls, draw attention to key features of the room or add a touch of colour in a subtle way that tiles can not without being overpowering or garish.