Mosaic tiles: New colors of Spindrift Marble from Island Stone

Island Stone added two colors to Spindrift Marble, the mosaic tiles that offer a different approach to traditional marble tiles, with organic forms instead of hard edges and straight lines. The new hues join the existing Carrara Marble to work with a range of room color schemes and designs, giving designers more freedom to create looks.

Nebula features the visual textures of fossils, swirls, and other patterns in grey, highlighted with whites and some black.

Meanwhile, Tempest blends black with greys, juxtaposing light finishes to create an air of mystery and depth; the effect allows designers to add dark accents without feeling as heavy as plain black options might be. 

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With the additions of Nebula and Tempest, there are now three options in the Spindrift Marble mosaics. The structured placement of the pebble allows for a consistent and measured grout joint, enhancing the quality and finish of the product without compromising the natural and random look. Each stone is shaped and crafted into mosaic tiles measuring 11-3/4-inch square by 1/4-inch thick. Spindrift Marble tiles are suitable for walls, showers, and freeze/thaw areas.

Photo credit: Island Stone

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