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Help me find this tile for a bathroom!
October 5, 2007 6:59 AM   Subscribe

Help me find this color and style of tile for a bathroom!

HERE is the link. Pottery Barn doesn't have the tile, and I've googled around for it to no avail.
posted by adi to Home & Garden (13 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
 
Which tile, the one on the walls? Or the floor?

The wall tile looks like a regular subway tile to me. There are some colors here that might be similar.
posted by cabingirl at 7:10 AM on October 5, 2007


The subway tile on the walls looks to be glass. I would google for glass tile.
posted by amro at 7:12 AM on October 5, 2007


I would google for glass tile

Specifically, glass subway tile.
posted by amro at 7:14 AM on October 5, 2007


It's the glass tile on the wall.
posted by adi at 7:16 AM on October 5, 2007


check out Florida tile, they have a wide selection of colored subway tiles.
posted by hilby at 7:16 AM on October 5, 2007


I agree that it looks like glass; it seems to have depth and translucence. Glass subway style tile.
posted by iconomy at 7:17 AM on October 5, 2007


Yes, it definitely looks like glass tile. No subway tile here, but a similar color and material (glass) is.
posted by LoriFLA at 7:18 AM on October 5, 2007


Ann Sacks?
posted by slowfasthazel at 7:21 AM on October 5, 2007


It's glass tile. Ann Sacks is particularly well known for her stuff. She's also well known for her disturbingly sick prices. Still, it's a good place to go and get design ideas. Depending on where you're located, you can probably go to any upscale tile place, show them the pic and hey will point you in the right direction of where to get the tile you want. Just so you know, generally speaking, glass tile is as fabulous in cost as it is in looks. ;)
posted by dancinglamb at 7:21 AM on October 5, 2007 [1 favorite]


@slowfasthazel: like minds... :)
posted by dancinglamb at 7:22 AM on October 5, 2007


Pratt & Larson also carries it, I believe. And they will be as expensive, if not more, than Ann Sacks. Warning: once you start looking at any of these sites, you'll probably quickly forget about the blue glass subway tile from the Pottery Barn ad. :)
posted by slowfasthazel at 7:31 AM on October 5, 2007


Modwalls sells similar tile too, maybe less expensive than Ann Sacks.
posted by killy willy at 9:05 AM on October 5, 2007


You can also order the tile using the volume discount power of one of the big box stores like Home Depot. I got glass and other expensive tile that way.

I simply went to the expensive tile store, wrote down what I wanted then went to the big box store and requested a look through THEIR catalogs from the same vendors/manufacturers and voila, the same tile very reasonably priced was on its way. You can also pit the big box stores with each other for a further 10% discount on the volume price.
posted by jadepearl at 3:12 PM on October 5, 2007


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