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Simple choices a Herringbone and a Basketweave. But not quite common formats. They have used a Venato 1×3″ Herringbone Mosaic Tile for the back wall $11.45 for a Square Foot (instead of the more common 1×2″ Herringbone). Then on the floor they have opted for the the 1×2″ Gray dot Basketweave Mosaic Tile $11.75 a Square Foot and Free Shipping (prices valid for 2015).
Create this whiter based looked with our Carrara Venato 3×6″ Subway Tile for $7.00 a Square Foot. Installed in a Herringbone format not the typical 3×6″ install but looks great.
These incredible pictures are from Koko Likes Blog post ‘The Kitchen Remodel: Final Reveal‘ the backsplash used our Carrara Venato 3×6″ Subway Marble Tile only $7.00SF (but like anyone that wants an incredible look, over order by 20% then you can discard tiles that do not fit the look you are trying to create)
Carrara Venato Marble Bathroom
Carrara Venato 4×12″ Honed and Venato Carrara Honed 2″ Hexagon on the Floor. The Carrara Venato collection exclusive to The Builder Depot is an incredibly white based marble that a lot of people mistake for a Calacatta tile.
Available in 1″ (on top) and 2″ (bottom) in both Venato and Bianco Carrara for $10.95 a piece.
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.