Driftwood - Ceramic - Tile Flooring

$2.79

$2.29 / SQFT

Product Description

Unanchored chestnut timber. A stylish take on a classic style, Driftwood ceramic tile is imbued with the soul of salt and sea. Traditional design adds a powerful touch of refinement, as this indoor tile flooring is unique yet subtle in character. The muted tones of Driftwood floors set the scene for effortless, sophisticated design and just a hint of the natural.


Ceramic tile flooring has such a vaunted reputation for good reason, as the fortified construction means for fewer repair costs and superb protection from wear. Perhaps the greatest benefit is cost-effectiveness as the affordable price, easy upkeep, and design elegance provides sensational value.

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Specifications

  • Flooring Type: Tile
  • Flooring Material: Ceramic
  • Overall Tile Thickness: 8 mm
  • Width: 6"
  • Length: 24"
  • Rectified?: No
  • PEI Rating: PEI 4
  • Water Absorbency: 3%
  • SQFT Per Box: 10.76
  • Weight per Box: 41.8 lbs
  • Recommended Installation Location: Indoor

Customer Reviews

  • michael
    Great customer service June 16, 2016

    The customer service team is very knowledgeable and helpful. If I had questions, they had answers. Really great to feel like I'm not just being sold, but actually being listened to.

  • Holly
    Lovely tile June 15, 2016

    I really love this tile. The color is beautiful and rich.

  • trish
    love how realistic it is June 7, 2016

    i wanted a dark wood in my kitchen, but was concerned with possible water damage. bought this tile and it fit the bill! really happy with how authentic it is to the real thing.

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