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Here is a home improvement idea for the DIY, that is the do it yourself, residential builder or construction contractor.
Accent your home with:

Nautical Tile

If it can go to sea, it's nautical. That is, if it has to do with a boat, ship, sailor, or one of those maps of the ocean that nautical people call a chart, it can be considered nautical
Here are 19 ship and lighthouse Nautical Tile Murals
You get the Highest Quality ship and lighthouse ceramic tile backsplash. You also get the durability of Kiln Fired China Paint. Enjoy Free Shipping.

These are tiles we stock.

White Gloss
White Gloss
Daltile color number 0100
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide.

American Olean SL10 available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.

Bone Gloss
Bone Gloss
Interceramic
4 1/4" x 4 1/4" or 6" x 6"

American Olean SL11 biscuit, available at Lowes stores nationwide is the same color.

 

Almond Gloss
Almond Gloss
Daltile color number 0135
6" x 6" only
Available at Daltile or Home Depot stores nationwide

 

 

Call if you would rather use your tiles. The price is the same, you only have to get them to me.
PLEASE NOTE, use fired tiles only! Natural stone won't take the heat.
Most designs will fit on the smaller size floor tiles.

 

Please click any link or picture to see the details.

 

Sailing Ship Nautical Tile Mural
Sailing Ship Ceramic Kitchen Back Splash Tile Mural
MU_in4919

Clipper Ship Nautical Tile Mural
Clipper Ship Ceramic Kitchen Back Splash Tile Mural
MU_in4920

 

Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb366_12x12

A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses and used as an aid to navigation for maritime pilots at sea or on inland waterways. Lighthouses mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals, reefs, safe entries to harbors, and can also assist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense of maintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational systems.

Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb367_12x12

 

Tropical Beach Tile Mural
Tropical Beach Nautical Tile Mural
MU_in2892

Sail Boat on a Tropical Island in the ocean.

Sailing Ships Nautical Tile
Sailing Ships Nautical Tile
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A clipper was a very fast sailing ship of the 19th century that had three or more masts and a square rig. They were generally narrow for their length, could carry limited bulk freight, small by later 19th century standards, and had a large total sail area. Clipper ships were mostly constructed in British and American shipyards, though France, the Netherlands and other nations also produced some. Clippers sailed all over the world, primarily on the trade routes between the United Kingdom and its colonies in the east, in trans-Atlantic trade, and the New York-to-San Francisco route round Cape Horn during the California Gold Rush. There are many ways of judging the speed of a ship: by knots, by day's runs, by port-to-port records. Judged by any test, the American clippers were supreme. Donald McKay's Sovereign of the Seas reported the highest speed ever achieved by a sailing ship - 22 knots, made while running her easting down to Australia in 1854.

 

Tropical Paradise Nautical Tile
Tropical Paradise Nautical Tile
MU_hb82434

Lighthouse Nautical Tile
Lighthouse Nautical Tile
MU_hb366

A lighthouse is a tower, building, or other type of structure designed to emit light from a system of lamps and lenses and used as an aid to navigation for maritime pilots at sea or on inland waterways. Lighthouses mark dangerous coastlines, hazardous shoals, reefs, safe entries to harbors, and can also assist in aerial navigation. Once widely used, the number of operational lighthouses has declined due to the expense of maintenance and replacement by modern electronic navigational systems.

 

Lighthouse Nautical Tile
Lighthouse Nautical Tile
MU_hb367

Nautical Tile Mural
Nautical Tile Mural
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This decorative ceramic tile mural has a clipper ship passing a lighthouse on its way out to sea.
Sailing Vessel Boat Clipper Ship Lighthouse.

 

Sauzon Nautical Tile Mural
Sauzon Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb39672

Sauzon (Saozon in breton, which means "the Angles" and who gave 'the English') is one of the four municipalities of the island of Belle-Ile. The village is mainly built on the western flank of a Cove located in a small fishing port and Marina. The port is nicknamed the flowery port. It is located on the left side of the estuary of the river of Sauzon. One of the most famous sites of Belle-Ile is the village of Sauzon, located on the left side of a ria (of more than one kilometer long). This natural harbor is well protected from the prevailing winds and is an appreciated mooring site for yachtsmen. Such a beautiful place is much sought after by photographers and painters. Some fishermen are based at Sauzon and supply every day the tables of Belle-Ile with fish, crabs and lobsters.

Guilvinec Nautical Tile Mural
Guilvinec Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb39673

Guilvinec or Le Guilvinec is a commune in the region of Brittany in north-western France. In the ranking in landed value of French vessels, it is in 2012 the first French fishing port (62.8 million €), ahead of Lorient and Boulogne. It is the third in tonnage (17,923 t), after Boulogne and Lorient.

 

Loctudy Nautical Tile Mural
Loctudy Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb34328

Loctudy is a fishing port and seaside resort in Brittany, France. The port grew because of its sheltered position protected from the prevailing southwest winds. The four ports of the Penmarc'h peninsula land 40,000 tonnes per year and constitute the largest fishery in France. A marina was constructed in 1991 and had 661 moorings.
Fishing Boat Sail Vessel Ocean Sea Fishing Village.

Port de Peche Nautical Tile Mural
Port de Peche Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb34430

Port de Peche is at Nouakchott, the capital and by far the largest city of Mauritania. Port de Peche is believed to be the top attraction with its colorful archaic fishing boats.

 

Sailboats Nautical Tile
Sailboats Nautical Tile
MU_hbRT723

A sailboat or sailing boat is a boat propelled partly or entirely by sails. The generic term covers a variety of boats, larger than small vessels such as sailboards and smaller than sailing ships, but distinctions in the size are not strictly defined and what constitutes a sailing ship, sailboat, or a smaller vessel (such as a sailboard) varies by region and maritime culture. At present, a great number of sailboat-types may be distinguished. Apart from size, sailboats may be distinguished by a hull configuration (monohull, catamaran, trimaran), keel type (full, fin, wing, centerboard etc.), purpose (sport, racing, cruising), number and configuration of masts, and sail plan.

Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
MU_hb7692oa

 

Lighthouse Nautical Tile Mural
Lighthouse Nautical Tile
MU_hb7692ob

Nautical Tile
Nautical Tile
MU_in11123

 

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