Mews Chalk 2x18
Priced per square foot.
Mews is a series of through-body porcelain tiles designed by renowned industrial designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for Mutina. The Mews collection is strongly influenced by the city of London where both Barber & Osgerby live and work. It is inspired by the landscape, the history and the personality of the British capital, and by the huge variety of textures characterizing its infrastructures, such as bricks, wooden floors and irregular geometrical patterns. The apparently random and intentionally inaccurate effect is due to the color and compositional freedom obtained by extensive research and several experimentations on color and combinations. The wide color range of the collection adds depth and movement to the tiled surface making it rich and remarkable. The collection has been designed with both contemporary and traditional use in mind. The variety of neutral tones allows the tiles to be a focal point or a backdrop in any interior scheme.
The Mews Industrial Collection is suitable for interior and exterior walls and floors, including medium commercial traffic flooring.
Installation + Maintenance
Tiles can be installed using standard installation methods for thinset adhesives. A grout joint of 1/8" or greater is recommended. Use high quality adhesive from manufacturers such as Laticrete and Mapei, following manufacturers’ recommendations, depending on conditions. Clean with a neutral detergent.
Product photography and samples are to be used as a general guide. Color as well as percentage, size and shape of markings will vary. Sizes are nominal, not actual.
AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT STONE & TILE SIZES:
Product photography and samples are to be used as a general guide. Color as well as percentage, size and shape of markings will vary. Sizes are nominal, not actual. This is a general rule of thumb when selecting natural stone or porcelain tile from any resource.
Typically, the sizes shown are NOMINAL, not ACTUAL.
This means that the tile size will vary slightly from material to material.
I.e. If a material is noted as being a 12" x 24" tile, it is typically a tile that is actually 30 cm x 60 cm. The actual size would then be 11.811" x 23.622". An industry rule of thumb is to round to the nearest whole number. To ensure that you have enough material for any project, it is always advisable to order a small overage of 10-15% more than is required.
A NOTE ABOUT PORCELAIN TILE AND CERAMIC TILE:
Samples are to be used as a general guide. Pattern and shade may vary. Sizes are nominal, not actual.