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Kitchen and Bath Design News Features Tesselle Facets Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske Pattern Random Tile Patterns Tile

We are thrilled that Kitchen and Bath Design News featured Tesselle's Facets Cement Tiles in their September 2017 issue!

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A Star of David Pattern Using Triaxial Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske In-Stock Cement Tiles Pattern Star of David Tile Pattern Triaxial Cement Tiles

We created a beautiful Star of David Design using a combination of Trixial Cement Tiles, and solid color hexagons. Triaxial is available in-stock in 2 color color combinations, and can be customized with any colors in our palette with a minimum order of 100 square feet. The above layout covers a 28" x 38" surface.

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Kitchen & Bath Business Features Shasta Winter Hexagonal Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske Cement Tiles Pattern Random Tile Patterns Shasta Winter

Thank you Kitchen and Bath Business, for featuring our Shasta Winter Hexagonal Cement Tiles in your publication and on your website!  

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Creating Random Tile Patterns on Floors or Walls

Karin Jeske Cement Tiles Design Pattern Random Tile Patterns

Our designer, Karin Jeske, shares some of her favorite random tile patterns from the exclusive Tesselle Cement Tile Collection. Author's note:  this article is updated periodically as we add new random patterns to our collections. 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.  This is accomplished by rotating the tiles randomly across the surface with respect to their orientation toward one another as...

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Santa Fe Style

Karin Jeske #CMGSummit16 Design Interior Design Pattern Santa Fe Tile

Santa Fe, NM is a city with a unique aesthetic that has strong influences from many cultures, including Native American, Spanish/Mexican, Cowboy and Catholic.  Naturally beautiful, Santa Fe is situated at 7000 feet with fantastic light, desert landscapes, big sky and snow-capped mountains in the backdrop. A mecca for artists and designers, there is virtually no surface that is not embellished with texture or pattern. Filled with independent boutiques, you'll find eclectic assortments curated with a flair for fashion. Good design and great, unique color combinations, often with a touch of turquoise are everywhere. Traditional tiles are seen throughout the city....

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