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Looking for source for 1x2 backsplash tile

Posted by codnuggets (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 27, 14 at 1:01

I am looking for 1x2 porcelain tile in an offset brick layout for a kitchen backsplash. I found one local (Portland, OR) dealer that carries a very limited color selection from one manufacturer, and a few more who produce their own line but quoted a price of $50-100 per sq ft. Does anyone have a reasonable resource for this type of tile? It doesn't seem like it should be this difficult. Please help! Thenks


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RE: Looking for source for 1x2 backsplash tile

You can get Daltile Keystone Shapes in 1x2 brick bond much less expensively than that. Their colors are also limited in that shape

Here is a link that might be useful: Daltile Keystone Shapes


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Ann Sacks Savoy

Also Ann Sacks Savoy has 7/8 x 1-7/8 brick bond and 2x4 brick bond in very limited colors "starting under" $14 a square foot. I am not sure how much these particular mosaics are but they are not going to be anything close to $50.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ann Sacks Savoy


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RE: Looking for source for 1x2 backsplash tile

Sonoma has it in their stellar line.


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RE: Looking for source for 1x2 backsplash tile

Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately I've already come across these 3 options. The Sonoma Stellar was quoted at $75/sf for 1x2 mesh mounted. Ann Sacks Savoy is exactly what our friends have that started us on this hunt, but in 1x2 it only comes in 3 colors that won't work and their in house line of 1x2 was $100/sf. I was hoping for something a little more hand-made looking than the Daltile, but for the price different I guess I can live with it.


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