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Design Inspiration Blog — Random Tile Patterns

The Magic of Geometricks Cement Tiles by Tesselle

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Karin Jeske demonstrates how Geometricks Cement Tiles create a continuous random pattern.

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Materials & Products Blog Features Mosaic Montage

Karin Jeske Cement Tile Mosaic Montage Random Tile Patterns Tile

Mosaic Montage is the newest addition to the Tesselle Cement Tile Collection. Providing years of lasting beauty, the patchwork cement tile designs will provide a charming crazy-quilt of color and pattern across any surface. Read more >>

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Terry's Fabrics Shines the Spotlight on our Designer, Karin Jeske

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Terry's Fabrics recognizes Tesselle's designer, Karin Jeske in an article that provides insight into her work style and top seasonal picks!  Featured in this article are Geometricks and Circuit cement tiles, available exclusively from Tesselle.

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Design Milk's Favorites from Dwell on Design 2015 features Tesselle's A-Frame Cement Tiles

Karin Jeske A-Frame Design Pattern Random Tile Patterns Tile

Top design blog, Design Milk features an article by Jaime Derringer that shares top product picks, including Tesselle's A-Frame Cement Tiles.

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Karin Jeske Cement Tile Pattern Random Tile Patterns

Encaustic cement tiles originated in Catalonia in the 1850s, and the process is popular in Latin America today. These examples, created by Tesselle, are produced near Mexico City and run $15-$18 per square foot. The cement tiles are not fired or glazed. Instead, mineral pigments are hydraulically pressed into the surface of cement. Being handmade, the patterns have slight imperfections, which is part of their character, but dimensions are fairly precise, allowing for finer grout lines.  Read More>>  

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