South Sea Pearl Pebbles Tile

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Design Elements

Bring the ethereal beauty of the ocean into your home with our luminous South Sea Pearl Pebbles Tile. Ideal for use as an accent strip or kitchen backsplash, Mother of Pearl easily brings an organic, natural ambiance to your space while also adding a timeless exquisiteness to your surroundings.

It is not recommended that this tile be installed in a pool or any location where it will be submerged in water.


Sheet Size
11.81" x 11.81"
0.96 sq. ft.
Pearl & Glass
2 mm
Residential Use
Floor & Wall
Commercial Use
Wall only

Shaken or Stirred?

Whiskey Peach Smash
In the cocktail world, a "Smash" is the cousin of the "Julep". Both contain a spirit, mint, sugar, syrup, and ice. What differentiates them is the extra ingredients. A smash will include seasonal fruit and other spices.

• 2 ozs of Whiskey or Bourbon
• 1/2 a Peach Cut into Slices
• 6 Mint Leaves
• 2 Lemon Wedges
• 1/2 oz of Simple Syrup
• 1 oz of Water
• Crushed or Large Ice Chunk
• Mint Sprig
• Peach Slice

Muddle the mint, lemon, and peach in a cocktail shaker. Add the remaining ingredients and top off with ice. Shake well and filter the contents through a julep strain in a glass filled with ice. Add the mint sprig and peach slice for garnish.
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Why did you choose this?
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trying to match by gorgeous Solistone tile which I used on risers which is impossible. Nobody makes that shell tile but need to do my kitchen so need something at least close in shell
Elaine E on Apr 27, 2017
trying to match by gorgeous Solistone tile which I used on risers which is impossible. Nobody makes that shell tile but need to do my kitchen so need something at least close in shell
Elaine E on Apr 27, 2017
I liked the colors
B A on Feb 25, 2017
I liked the colors
B A on Feb 25, 2017
is this tile good for a kitchen backsplash?
SUSAN S on Jun 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It may be difficult to keep clean between the pebbles. It's pretty textured which helps make it beautiful but that could be a challenge in a kitchen. Also how thick the grout is can flatten the pebbles too. We kept the pebbles sticking out more than the grout because we wanted that texture. If the grout is think you may lose some of the thinner pieces into the grout, showing less of the pebbles. I wish I could send you an up close photo. We have it as an accent tile in our bath.
Can this tile be used for a powder room floor?
Diana T on Apr 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes, absolutely.
Is this tile good for a shower floor?
Suzanne L on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would not recommend using this on a shower floor. This tile should not be submerged in water as that would cause it to discolor and darken over time.


These instructions are meant to be a guide for most installations, under normal conditions. Please follow best practice instructions found in the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) 09300 Handbook for specific installation types.


Due to the natural of the material no two pieces of natural stone are exactly alike. Natural stones are products of nature; therefore, variations in color, pattern, texture, and veining will occur. Verify all products before installation for any damage or defects such as chipped edges, broken pieces. No adjustment will be made after installation.

*Always use appropriate personal protective safety equipment when handling, drilling, cutting or grinding glass tile such as (but not limited to) eye, ear and hand protection.


Before you start tiling, make sure that whatever surface the tiles are being installed to will be strong and structurally sound. Cement board, concrete or drywall is best, as these surfaces can handle the moisture of the tiling process. Plywood should be avoided, since the wood will warp with the added moisture and it will also be less waterproof, even after tiling.


When setting tiles we recommend the use of polymer or latex modified thin set or medium bed mortar compliant with ANSI standard A118.4 and is recommended for use with marble tile.


3/16” or 1/4” square notch trowel should be used when installing our glass material and ridges should be smoothed down with the flat side of the trowel prior to fixing the tiles in the mortar bed.


Use a wet-saw with a new, continuous rim diamond blade specifically designed for cutting marble. Do not use “turbo” or other notched blades designed for use with porcelain or ceramic as the teeth can cause a coarse cut, resulting in a heavily chipped edge.

Cut edges and corners will be sharp. Always be sure to smooth the cut edges manually with 200-grit wet/dry sandpaper.

If possible, drill holes before installing tile. Drilling from both sides can ensure a cleaner finish if the hole will be visible after installation. Using a new diamond coring bit (for large holes) or spade bit (for small holes) with a diamond tip made for glass drilling will give the best results. Lubricating the bit and tile surface with a continuous spray of oil/water mix will prolong the life of bits and provide a better-finished edge. When possible, the use of a jig will ensure precise placement of holes to be drilled.

When drilling holes for anchoring bolts, plumbing or any other dissimilar material always ensure a minimum of 1/8” clearance around the item is provided to avoid cracking due to disparate expansion and contraction rates or stress transfer.



We recommend applying grout release prior to grouting, suitable for the respective stone and interior or exterior use, to the tile to facilitate cleaning and for protection against staining from contrasting color grouts. Grout joints should be packed full and free of all voids and pits. Excess grout should be cleaned from the stone surface as the work progresses, before the grout hardens. Do not use acids to clean off excess grout. Prior to grouting, test an area to make sure the stone surface will not scratch.


After the stone is installed, and grouted, seal the stone with an appropriate high quality breathable stone sealer, to minimize water absorption, efflorescence, and potential staining. If necessary, a color enhancer may be applied to bring out the true color of the stone at any time after grouting. Follow sealer manufacturer’s installation instructions. Reseal tile when the stone gets darker or as needed.


For normal care and maintenance of stone tiles, clean stone surfaces with a few drops of neutral cleaner, stone soap, or a mild liquid dishwashing detergent and warm water. Use a clean soft cloth for best results. Too much cleaner or soap may leave a film and cause streaks. Do not use products that contain lemon, vinegar, or other acids on marble or limestone. Rinse the surface thoroughly after washing with the soap solution and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use any abrasive cleaners.

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