Backsplash Tile Barocco View of Positano in Italy Landscape Tile Art for Kitchen
Backsplash Tile Barocco View of Positano in Italy Landscape Tile Art for Kitchen . This hand painted mural is a total of 9 tile mural on 6″(inches) or 8″(inches)
Tile Size (6×6 inches) : Panel size approx. 17,7″ x 17,7 ” (the collage consists of 9 tiles)
Tile Size (8×8 inches) : Panel size approx. 23,6″ x 23,6 ” (the collage consists of 9 tiles)
The beauty of Italian Scene has been hand painted into one collage on gloss ceramic tiles that will make your home more unique.
Our Ceramic Glazed Tiles are traditionally used to cover walls where they are used in finishing kitchens, bathrooms, benches, decorative panels, floor applications, pools, fountains, fireplaces, table top, outdoor BBQs, hospitality and retail projects.
These Tiles are fired at a very high temperature to ensure the highest quality and durability which makes our tiles suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications they are waterproof and can withstand all weather elements.
The paint we use is water resistant, heat resistant, and washable with any type of soap or detergent.
The artwork is hand drawn onto the tiles with a soft pencil and then hand painted.
After decorating it, each piece is baked once again at costant temperature between 920/950 degrees Celsius for about 10 hours where the colors are sealed in permanently, they will not fade or wash away making your art incredibly durable. Once colors reach their maturity level the kiln is brought back down to room temperature for unloading. These tiles can be set the same way as a traditional generic tile using Tile Mastic or Thinset Mortar.
Tile Mastic can be used for any walls where moisture is not prevalent like Kitchen walls, Kitchen backsplashes, Bathroom backsplashes and Bathroom walls.
Thinset Mortar includes all of the above as well as Shower walls, Bathroom floors, Bathroom walls, Kitchen floors and Kitchen countertops and all exterior floors.
This material can be applied to the substrate with a notched trowel for then pushing each tile into the thinset cement firmly so it is bedded in the material making sure the joints around the tile are uniform and the surface of the newly installed tiles are flush with the surrounding tiles. Wait for the tile adhesive to dry and then grout the joints surrounding any new tiles you have installed. Use a sponge and plenty of water to clean excess grout off the tile’s surface. Once this material has dried and cured, it is difficult to remove.
Now it’s time to enjoy your hand painted Italian art from Italian Tile Mural Store.