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MSI - Domino - Almond Glossy - Herringbone Mosaic Tile

MSI - Domino - Almond Glossy - Herringbone Mosaic Tile

Product Type : Porcelain Tile

Vendor : MSI

Regular price MAP Price : $8.46 / sqft
Regular price Sale price $8.46
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MSI - Domino - Almond Glossy - Herringbone Mosaic Tile

Introducing the captivating and versatile MSI Domino Almond Glossy Herringbone Mosaic Tile! Immerse yourself in a world of modern sophistication as you transform your space into a breathtaking oasis of style. A great choice for renovating your kitchen, or bathroom, or creating a striking accent wall. MSI Domino is designed to captivate the senses and elevate any room.

The Domino Herringbone Mosaic tile showcases a timeless and intricate pattern. Add a touch of elegance and visual interest to your space. The herringbone design, with its interlocking rectangular pieces, creates a stunning visual effect that is both captivating and unique. Meticulous craftsmanship and precise arrangement of each tile achieve a seamless and sophisticated look that exudes luxury.

  • Durable
  • Scratch resistant
  • Moisture resistant

The MSI Domino Herringbone Mosaic tile is a versatile and stylish choice that will leave a lasting impression. Its captivating design, durability, and affordability make it a standout option for creating a luxurious and modern space. Experience the perfect blend of timeless elegance and contemporary style with the Domino Herringbone Mosaic tile collection and elevate your interior design to new heights.

Durable TileLow Maintenance TileWaterproof Tile

Product Specifications

  • SQFT/BOX: 15
  • SQFT/PIECE: 1
  • PIECES/BOX: 15
  • THICKNESS: 0.24"
  • SIZE: 9.72" x 12.52"

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Care & Maintenance

Here are the steps on how to care for and maintain tile flooring:

  • Sweep and vacuum regularly. Dirt, dust, and debris can easily scratch and damage tile flooring. To keep your floors looking their best, sweep and vacuum them regularly.
  • Mop with a mild detergent. If your tile flooring gets dirty, you can mop it with a mild detergent and water. Be sure to rinse the floors thoroughly to remove any soap residue.
  • Use a grout cleaner. Grout can become discolored and dirty over time. To clean your grout, use a grout cleaner and follow the instructions on the product label.
  • Seal your grout. Sealing your grout will help to protect it from stains and dirt. Apply a grout sealer to your grout and let it dry completely.
  • Use a floor mat. A floor mat can help to protect your tile flooring from wear and tear. Place a floor mat in high-traffic areas, such as the entryway, hallways, and stairs.
  • Inspect your floors regularly. Look for any signs of damage, such as cracks or chips. If you see any damage, repair it immediately.

By following these tips, you can keep your tile flooring looking its best for years to come.

Guides

Color Disclaimer

While online swatches and showroom visits are great for initial exploration, nailing the perfect flooring color requires a closer look. To guarantee your satisfaction, we highly recommend ordering a sample directly from us or the manufacturer.

Even with samples, keep in mind that they might not be an exact replica of the final product due to slight variations in production runs. This means the shade could differ slightly if the materials were made at different times.

If you're installing the flooring in a single, large space, like a living room or hallway, it's crucial to be extra cautious. Slight shade variations between production batches can become noticeable when laid out together.

To ensure a seamless look, we recommend purchasing enough flooring to cover the entire space, plus an additional 10% for waste. This buffer allows you to select pieces from the same production batch, minimizing the risk of color inconsistencies.

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