Our designer, Karin Jeske, shares some of her favorite random tile patterns from the exclusive Tesselle Cement Tile Collection.
At Tesselle, we have a special interest in making cement tiles that can be laid out in random patterns that can create magical, non-repeating designs across your surface. Sometimes the purpose is to create an unexpected effect, other times this technique is used to mimic nature.
We also find that when we start with the idea of randomness, the resulting tile will create a better design when laid out in a repeating fashion. As we travel the world, we are excited to see the use of randomness in many applications in interiors and architecture. Below, we share some of our favorite Tesselle cement tile designs from our exclusive collection in creative, random layouts - each of these covers a 32"x32" area.
Above: Geometricks Biscayne Cement Tiles in a random layout. We love the varied shapes and and serpentine lines created when a random layout is chosen. Architect Michael Hsu chose this pattern in a random layout when he designed the Oporto Restaurant in Houston. Order a sample.
Above: Baskerville Cashmere Cement Tiles in a random layout. This design can also be laid out in a classic houndstooth pattern, or in layouts that create a variety of different geometric patterns. Order a sample.
Above: Facets Reflection Hexagonal Cement Tiles in a random layout was inspired by the a sparkling cut diamond, and the pattern matches up regardless of how the tiles are oriented with respect to one another. Order a sample.
Above: Nature's Net Classico Cement Tiles in a random layout create a design with an organic feel.
Above: Triaxial Oasis Hexagonal Cement Tiles in a random layout tosses diamonds and triangles across your floor or wall - this is in addition to many repeating patterns that can be created with these tiles. Order a sample.
Interested in working with us? Check out our selection of in-stock tiles, look at our entire collection, or talk to us about your custom project! Please give is a call at 951-781-3000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.