Carrara Venato 6×12″ Honed Subway Tile

Carrara Venato 6x12" Honed Subway TileNothing fancy about our product images, we try and make them as ‘real’ as possible.  This is a pallet of 6×12″ in our warehouse and picture taken with an iPhone.  The Carrara Venato 6×12″ Honed subway tile still proves to be consistent in appearance.  A striking white base (as white as Calacatta) with gray veining. Available in Honed and Polished for $8.00SF.


Carrara Venato 6×12″ $8.00/SF Bathroom with 1×3″ Herringbone $12.95/SF Floor (both Honed Finish from the Carrara Venato Collection).



Carrara Venato 6×12″ Honed from April 2020 modeled with the perfect pup!

You can see how consistent Carrara Venato is through time. From a simple pallet arriving with the tile to bathrooms and showers the look remains consistent. Exactly what we look for. We have a standard we expect to keep with Carrara Venato and this is it.


2021 Updated Image Below: To keep images of products fresh we like to add new images. This room scene is from April 20th 2021. You can see how white Carrara Venato is, it is as white as Calacatta and a great affordable alternative. It is also very consistent. We will keep posting new images.

Venato Bathroom

This is an amazing Carrara Venato™ bathroom that can be seen on Instagram here

This bathroom kept it simple with the marble sizes and choice which creates amazing elegance. They used Carrara Venato 6×12″ honed which as of April 20th 2021 is $8.00 a Square Foot (prices are not very stable at the moment due to Covid issues with quarries) and the 2″ Hexagon honed currently $11.95 a Square Foot available here.

The Carrara Venato collection is unique and only available from The Builder Depot. It is a Trademarked collection owned by just one company.

6 Responses to Carrara Venato 6×12″ Honed Subway Tile

  1. Kristina Zuar says:

    Hello! I am interested in a herringbone look for my backsplash. I like carrera venato. I would like to do the herringbone design with a large subway tile. Have you seen this? Do you have any idea how large I could get the tile to do a herringbone design?

    • Hello Kristina,

      Thank you for your message.

      Technically a Herringbone design can be created with any rectangular tile. Our largest tile size is a 12×24″. So that would be the largest format Herringbone you could create.

      Any other questions please let us know.

      Our offices will be open tomorrow after Labor Day from 9am to 4pm EST.

      Thank you

  2. Erin Wright says:

    Hello – where did the floating shower bench come from? We are planning to purchase the Venato tile and would love to buy a coordinating bench. Also, is this tile from Italy? Thanks!

  3. Jean Kelly says:

    Can you use 1 2×12 – Honed Carrara tiles on the shower wall interior. What is the best compound to use?

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