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HGTV's Erin Napier Falls in Love with Tesselle Cement Tiles in the Season 2 Premiere of Home Town

Karin Jeske Cement Tile Erin Napier HGTV Home Town Sancerre Tiles

Erin Napier specifies Teselle's Sancerre Mineral Cement Tiles in her clients' master bathroom.

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Tendergreens Restaurant in El Segundo Features Tesselle's Barcode Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske Barcode Cement Tile Tendergreens Tesselle

Visit Tendergreens Restaurant in El Segundo, CA, which features Tesselle's Barcode Cement Tiles in the outdoor patio area.

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Belle Maison Features Tesselle Cement Tiles from Dwell on Design

Karin Jeske Cement Tile dwell on design 2017

Belle Maison's editor, Julie Thigpen, put together a lovely collage of the Tesselle Cement Tiles that we featured at Dwell on Design, Los Angeles, 2017: Featured above - First column:  Facets Reflection, Safari Jasper, Shannon Homespun, Surfside Isle. Second column:  Modda Cinder  

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Tileometry Features Infinite Loop

Karin Jeske Cement Tile Design Infinite Loop Interior Design Pattern Random Tile Patterns Tile

Infinite Loop in the Agave/Java color combination, one of Tesselle's Original Designs, has been featured in Tileometry!  Infinite Loop from Tesselle features cement tile designed to create a random design across the surface.  Read More >>    

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Make a Color Commitment to Grey!

Karin Jeske Cement Tile Cement Tiles Classic Design Color Trends Design Gray Grey Interior Design

I have been a member of Color Marketing Group (CMG), a color forecasting organization, since 1990, and have closely watched colors trends for interiors evolve over the years.  When I joined CMG, the "Ralph Lauren" color palette that featured hunter green, burgundy and gold was being replaced by the "Southwest" color palette that featured coral, seafoam green and dusty blue.  In the mid-90s, the "Pottery Barn" palette that embraced muted shades of red, olive green, gold and beige became dominant, and proved to have a lot of staying power.  Since then, shifts in color have evolved slowly, with blues, turquoises and yellows entering the palette over...

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