Octagon and dot floor tiles with 11 dot colors + a second source

I have been getting a lot of email questions lately about bathroom floor and wall tile replacement tiles. Octagon-and-dot tile had some measure of popularity back in the day, and in the 12 years I’ve been blogging, I’ve seen “new” replacements options come — and go (several of my old stories are now defunct). A question came in again this week that got me hunting. And here you go: 4″ octagon tiles with 11 different color dots to choose from. 

An octagon-and-dot tile floor in the Comer House, built in 1950. This might be 2″ or 3″ octagons. I cannot tell if there are glazed or unglazed. 6 original bathrooms in this house!

The source for the octagons — like the ones in the lead photo — come in several colors and are from: Mosaic Tile Supplies.

The dots, from the same company, are on this page. with dots 

Want some more dot selections: I am not sure, but you can check and see if these American Universal dots, available in additional colorways, would fit inside the MTS octagons. 

AND, American Universal has Octagons in yet different colors here.

Will MTS fit with AUC? I don’t know. Check the glaze differences — and the use specifications — too.

CategoriesBathroom Tile
  1. Carolyn says:

    Those would be different. As much as I like tile and penny tile, something like this would be unique.

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