Greek Key Hardwood Tile Ebony/Cream

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Greek Key Hardwood Tile Ebony/Cream

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It’s been around for thousands of years but we never grow tired of it. Seen throughout history on every surface imaginable, we are so excited to use it for the first time on wood floor tiles…the ultimate style statement!

Size: 12"x12"x.5" (Each Tile is one Square foot) 

Colorway Pictured: Ebony and Cream

Order Lead time: Orders typically ship within 4-6 weeks. 

If you would like more information on our Ebony and Cream Greek Key wooden tile, please contact the stockist in your area. If a dealer is not in your area, please fill out our information request form and we will will be happy to help. For immediate assistance, please call our studio at 1-866-519-7727.

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For your reference, Installation instructions can be found here.

Wood & Dye Lot Disclaimer:  

When ordering Mirth Studio wooden tiles, please keep in mind that because wood is a natural product, no two will be exactly alike. We think this adds to the beauty of the floors and gives them character not found in other types of manufactured tiles. Sometimes the variation is more obvious and for this reason we recommend ordering a 10% overage when purchasing larger quantities in case some of the tiles do not meet with your approval. 

Alternately, samples may not always be an exact match to your order and may differ sightly (up to 10%) as they are subject to different dye lots. 

The tiles are designed to be installed with cross grains and due to the tongue and groove construction, this cannot be changed. Depending on the color of the tile it may be more obvious than others. Lighter color tiles show more grain than the darker colors.

We go to great lengths to send only tiles that meet our high standards but it is important to understand that wood does sometime have flaws. Sometimes the edges are rougher than others but that is because the nature of wood and not considered a defect. If you feel you have received a defective tile, please contact us immediately and we will send out a replacement.