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ECLECTIC WHITE GLASS

Eclectic White is a collection of decorative accents with one thing in common - they are all variations of white. These lovely mosaics can stand alone in entire areas, or they can be used as textural elements with classic white tile installations.

Partial sheets shown. Images are not to scale.

Bianco 1 (EWGB1/MB)
Mini Brick White/ Gray Blend

Bianco 1 is a pleasing blend of white and gray tones, with glossy and frosted pieces mixed in a mini-brick format (3/8” X 3/4”).


Bianco 2 (EWGB2/SB)
Stacked Bricks ½ X 1 ¼
Bianco 2 is a mix of two different kinds of glass, both in matte and glossy, in ½” X 1 ¼” pieces stacked. The enamel glass is made of recycled material.

Bianco 4 (EWGB4/14)
1 X 4 Glass - Frosted/ Glossy
Bianco 4 has a 1” X 4” pieces in two finishes mounted in a brick pattern.
GLASS USAGE & INSTALLATION

Eclectic White is suitable for low traffic floors and interior walls that get some moisture, but should not be used in steam showers, saunas or any area submerged in water, or areas that are regularly saturated in water. All substrates should be properly reinforced to be sure there is no movement. For mortar installations, the mortar bed has to be cured (less than 2% humidity) and has to have proper reinforcing. please refer to the TCNA HANDBOOK for more specific information regarding installation of glass tile.


ECLECTIC WHITE STONE
MIXED MOSAIC POLISHED
Bianco Carrara
EWSBCP/MM


Sweet White
EWSSWP/MM

2 X 12 CHAIR RAIL POLISHED & 1/2 X 12 PENCIL POLISHED
Bianco Carrara
(EWSBCP/212CR) 2 x 12 Chair Rail Polished
(EWSBCP/112PL) 1 1/2 Pencil Polished

Sweet White
(EWSSWP/212CR) 2 x 12 Chair Rail Polished
(EWSSWP/112PL) 1 1/2 Pencil Polished

STONE USAGE & INSTALLATION
This series is suitable for floors, walls, and counters. Even though this series is polished, it still needs to be sealed, and maintained like all natural stone. Please note that Eclectic White Stone, like all stone, even when sealed, is subject to etching from even mild acids (e.g. lemon juice), and polished stone is subject to scratching. Expect a wide variation in color.


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