Whether you’re adding a kitchen backsplash or retiling a shower, no tiling job is complete without the trim. Pencil tile edging adds a clean, finished appearance to every project, concealing setting products beneath the surface of the tile, and beautifully defining windows and shower niches. Which of the wide variety of tile edging sizes and styles will add the perfect finishing touch to your project?
Top Pencil Tile Edging Options
- Bullnose Pencil Tile Edging
A popular trim choice, the smooth, rounded look of bullnose tile edging adds a soft, timeless feel. It is typically used to frame the perimeter of tile projects to eliminate sharp angles and hide unfinished edges.
- Bead Tile Edging
Bead tile edging is popular in contemporary design, featuring a sleek, understated profile. Commonly used for edging the outside corners of showers, it is also the trim of choice for adding a clean, smooth, low-profile edge to backsplashes, showers, and other tile installations.
- Chair Rail Tile Edging
Mimicking the elegant curves of crown molding, the higher profile of chair rails edging is very decorative, adding extra detail to tile installations. The classic, dramatic looks of chair rail tile edging is perfect for adding detail to minimalist designs. Use it with marble, travertine, and porcelain subway tile installations for a timeless, classic feel.
PetraSlate Offers a Variety of Tile Edging Options
Our pencil tile and chair rail edging are available in an array of sizes and options. We offer a variety of tile edging options to match our tile, including slate, travertine, limestone, and marble natural stone, as well as glass and porcelain, and specialty tile and edging. Find the perfect width for your design, from pencil-thin to finger-thick in gloss and matte finishes. Select a style that blends perfectly with tile, or add visual interest with a contrasting trim style.
Achieve beautiful, finished project results. Contact PetraSlate to learn more about our natural stone tile and edging options today.