Carrara Bianco Basketweave with Bardiglio Gray Dot

Bianco Basketweave Bardiglio Gray Got MosaicItalian Carrara Bianco Basketweave with Bardiglio Gray Dot Honed available online $11.75 a Square Foot and in Polished (currently Free Shipping as well) from The Builder Depot

The pictures are never professional quality, we know that.  We take our pictures with an iPhone inside our warehouse. This is simply me walking around the warehouse lifting a lid of the crate and opening a box and taking a picture. A lot of companies would see this as crazy, I see how beautiful pictures are online and Television millions of dollars goes into making sure the look is exceptional.  For our business we do not want to put that money into the marketing, this company operates a “no frills marketing strategy”.  We want to sell the product to you at the lowest price for the highest quality and not have to build the marketing cost back into the product.

Carrara Venato 1×3″ Herringbone and 4×8″ Subway Tile

Carrara Venato TileA great look.  Use Carrara Venato 1×3″ Herringbone and a 4×8″ subway tile.  This is a great idea, if going with the bigger Herringbone instead of the 1×2″ Herringbone then choose the slightly bigger subway tile the 4×8″ subway tile. Creating a look with less grout lines.

1x3 CVH HBCarrara Venato 1×3″ Herringbone Honed Mosaic Tile just $11.45 a square foot.  Carrara Venato; probably the whitest based Carrara marble in the world.

Carrara Venato 4x8" Subway TileCarrara Venato 4×8″ Subway Tile honed $8.00SF also available in polished

Calacatta Gold 2″ Hexagon Honed Mosaic Tile

Calacatta Gold 2" Hexagon Mosaic TileCalacatta Gold 2″ Hexagon Honed Mosaic Tile $15.95 a Square Foot available online from The Builder Depot.

Nero Marquina 1×3″ Herringbone Honed Marble $12.95SF

Carrara Nero Marquina Honed Mosaic TileThis is 1×3″ Herringbone Nero Marquina for $12.95SF Marble Tile also available in Polished and 30 other SKU’s in our BlackStone Collection

Prices are subject to change this price is relevant to when the post was made the website has the most current prices.

We have been in business for over a decade and likely to be in business for many decades more. The prices on the blog are at the time of the blog being posted and as you know a gallon of milk 20 years ago is probably not the same as a gallon of milk today (it does feel as if milk has increased I can remember $1.79). I am sure in 30 years my kids will ask the same thing I ask my father when I was a kid if the house was that cheap in 1978 why didn’t you buy two of them 🙂