Large Brick Antique Copper Mosaic Tile for Kitchen Backsplash & Wall (EMT_T21-COP-AT)
Price listed above is per sheet. If you wish to order a sample of this tile, simply use the drop down box above and select the "Sample Swatch" option, then add it to your cart.
- You may order one sample per style, up to five different samples.
- Each sample costs $1, samples are not returnable.
- We only charge a flat $12 UPS shipping fee on sample orders (with max 5 samples) for US and Canada.
These large brick copper mosaic tiles look gracefully aged to adorn your kitchen backsplash, bathroom backsplash, and other wall decor applications. The beautiful antiqued copper finish gives each one its own unique identity with varying shades of brown and copper colors, and ultimately makes for an unforgettable copper kitchen backsplash, accent wall, fireplace surround or bathroom wall. Let the coziness begin.
This copper mosaic tile is made with real pieces of copper that have an antique finish. This mosaic tile features large sized brick shaped copper tiles of roughly 3" by 6" each.
The tiles in this sheet are mounted on a nylon mesh which allows for an easy installation.
- Model Number / SKU: EMT_T21-COP-AT
- Material: Copper - Antique Finish
- Square Feet / Sheet: 0.98 sqft.
- Sheet Size: 11.8"x11.9"
- Mosaic Piece Size: 2.9" x 5.9" (8 mm thick)
- Mounted On Mesh Sheet: Yes
- Grout Required: Yes - Non-sanded or epoxy grout
- Ships From: OH, USA
Each sheet of this tile will cover 0.98 square feet. To calculate how many sheets you need for your project simply divide your total square footage by 0.98 then round up to the next whole number. For example, if your project was 20 square feet you would need 20/0.98 = 21 sheets/pieces of this tile. We also recommend ordering 10% more tile than calculated to account for errors, miscuts and overages. For additional help on measuring your backsplash and determining how much tile you need please click here.
This copper mosaic tile is comprised of a real copper "cap" attached to a ceramic backing. This provides two obvious advantages, the first being cost. Solid metal mosaic pieces would significantly increase the cost of the tile to an unattainable amount. Secondly, it would be very hard to cut a solid 8 mm thick piece of copper.
For installation and grouting instructions, please click here.