Carrara Venato 3×6″ Subway Tile
One of the most popular products we have is Carrara Venato 3×6″ Subway tile and 1″ or 2″ Hexagon mosaic. It is a great design a classic that never goes out of style. With the mosaic and subway tile along with matching chair rail and pencil bullnose trim the Carrara Venato collection from thebuilderdepot.com allows our customers to create a perfect design whether it is new construction or an authentic 1950s remodel.
With a Camera phone (nothing fancy) one of our inside sales rep put together a story book process from stage 1 – the boxes to the final layout showing how matching mosaics compare with the subway tile.
Carrara Venato Hexagon 1” Mosaic Tile and Carrara Venato 3×6” Subway Tile is a simple way to add an authentic vintage look to a modern home. Or as we are more commonly used to at www.thebuilderdepot.com you are undertaking a vintage home restoration or renovation you will find Carrara Venato can help you achieve the desired look.
Additionally within the Carrara Venato collection we offer a wide range of mosaic choices:
It was July 26th 2009 over two and a half years ago since we created the article “Designing With Carrara Subway Tiles – No Longer Hip to Be Square” and published it on an article submission website. What is amazing to me is that the article has been copied and reproduced over 1,000 times. With everyone and anyone selling something loosely related to to Subway tiles (Carrara or otherwise) using the article. Even major blue chip corporations have used the article – I know this is without knowledge of the article being the copyright of someone else.
For the most part everyone links back to our website, which has created huge success in the fight for dominance in Google. The link back to www.thebuilderdepot.com is payment enough.
It is a pleasant enough article and amazing how even 2 1/5 years ago subway tiles had become even more popular. The USA 5 years ago loved square tiles, if you see any commercial building that uses ...
Carrara Venato 1×2″ Herringbone mosaic ($11.45SF)
This customer placed an order two complete bathrooms – above is the first (the second has basketweave flooring, with 3×6″ on the walls and Hexagon border) for approximately $5,000. The customer commented below:“Hi Guys. I know I’m delayed in getting these to you, but here are pictures of our master bath using your tile (herringbone mosaic, 3×6, 6×12, crown). Please let me know if the pictures don’t come through. It is stunning! I couldn’t be happier. The only tile that’s not yours is the border tile, which is from Ann Sacks. As you can see, the Ann Sacks tile is a bit darker — I like your tile better! I’ll send you pictures of the hall bath in another email.”
The products used to complete this bathroom are:
Easy Button – Works on Carrara Tile as well!
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“The Internet is no longer a niche technology-it is mass media and an utterly integrated part of modern life,” says Builder Depot Direct spokesperson. “As our lives become more fractured and cluttered, it isn’t surprising that consumers turn to the unrivalled convenience of the Internet when it comes to ...
Subway Tiles rectangles are increasing in popularity each year. At first it was the simple introduction of 3×6″ Carrara Subway Tiles as a running brick format pattern on the wall. At the end of 2009 and start of the following year the introduction of 4×8″ and then following that the larger format of 6×12″ gained market share.